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10 | 19 | '19
ALways fun. Loads of puddles and deep soft mud. Tree down across the trail at the bottom of duces wild. All in all a fun day in the mud
Submitted by eb on 10/20/2019
10 | 11 | '19
Biked Cooper River and Pete Lake to the wilderness boundary & hiked to Pete Lake. The Cooper River trail had some crunchy snow in places but it's not bad. When you reach the Owhi Campground, the trail does not have a Cooper River trail sign, it just...
Submitted by msteingrebe on 10/12/2019
First time riding here, it was a blast.  The trails are in great condition for fast riding.  There are some areas with mud puddles, but nothing that stops you in your tracks.  Not very crowded, some pedestrians, a few other bikers and...
Submitted by vee on 10/02/2019
09 | 22 | '19
As others have mentioned, extensively logged. There are a bunch of logs on Its A Bitch that you have to basically crawl under. They are high enough so you can slide your bike through, but not so you can walk, and the ground is covered with branches s...
Submitted by Jesperj on 09/22/2019
Large fallen tree top across trail between cedar falls and Olallie trailhead. Needs a chain saw. Also one bare log across Olallie not too far from the entrance.
Submitted by heathuit on 09/14/2019
Rode Tapeworm day after a storm rolled through. No wasps that I found on the last bridge as previously reported, but maybe they were still subdued by the rain. Trail was in great condition. No standing water and the rain gave everything some much ne...
Submitted by dskinner17 on 09/08/2019
Had a great ride until the end. I went up to the towers, down the Springboards, had my best run down Meetcutter, and then all the way down to the river. There was about 30 feet of beach with the low water level and I even grabbed a salmon. But on the...
Submitted by tomvale on 09/08/2019
09 | 04 | '19
Rode Esmeralda yesterday, 9/4/19 with a friend. Didn't see a single person the whole route. Glad that I brought my full suspension bike this time because it is a pretty loose, rocky climb. (the first time I rode this on my hardtail) The trail is pre...
Submitted by msteingrebe on 09/05/2019
08 | 28 | '19
The trail would be pretty fun if the nettles weren't there. It would be great to get a work party going for this.
Submitted by alexggreen on 09/01/2019
08 | 31 | '19
Been in Northern Europe for a month and needed a couple rides in the NW to acclimate to the NW again. I did them at Japanese Gulch with the limited time I had. On the Boeing side, 2/3 the way down, at the doubles there is a new trail that heads towar...
Submitted by tomvale on 08/31/2019
08 | 22 | '19
Rode it the day after a good rain as a stubborn mist tapered off: Ascended Bobsled which is in great shape (love that trail except for the bottom section, which begs to be rerouted so that it carries the rhythm and flow of the upper section). Then to...
Submitted by Unaccomplished Angler on 08/30/2019
08 | 24 | '19
Great ride! Steep climb either direction though. Climbed it the counterclockwise direction due to recommendation from the park ranger. It’s a little more gradual of a climb with more flat sections to rest than riding up the clockwise route. But, the...
Submitted by msteingrebe on 08/25/2019
For those of you in the know, Gold Creek in the Olympics is an awesome trail!  But, unfortunately, it had fallen into disrepair recently due to lack of love and maintenance with downed trees and brush taking over the trail.  NOT ANY MORE!&n...
Submitted by ScMort on 08/21/2019
08 | 17 | '19
This is one of my favorite backcountry rides; I love rocky rides. It was cooler on this day than other times I rode it, and that helps a lot in this part of WA. The initial rocky grunt gets done fast (watch for hikers) then it's much easier. Creeks n...
Submitted by dirtluv on 08/18/2019
2nd time out here to ride and ended up with about 6 miles. Parked at the "Main Line" trailhead just off the highway and did it as a "see where I end up kinda day." Got incredibly lost & turned around due to my lack of planning and/or memory. TAKE A M...
Submitted by timphil on 08/12/2019
The ground was bone dry. Only saw 3 hikers. There must have been a very busy trail gnome at work because all the vegetation was cut back resulting in some fast singletrack. My usual spot (when I ride with my wife) is Grand Ridge in Issaquah. I would...
Submitted by jamesc on 08/08/2019
The overview is a little misleading. None of the trails start from the campground. You have to exit the campground and follow the paved road west to the end and go around the yellow gate. The river run trail is a little hard to find but starts right...
Submitted by davpar on 08/04/2019
07 | 31 | '19
We tried to ride it, but the access road 6066 was closed for re-construction for 2 weeks. Explored local FS roads instead.
Submitted by liscoy on 07/31/2019
Parked up at the base of the downhill and the two of us began the climb to the top. About halfway up, a full Landcruiser offered to tow us up the rest of the way, and we said YES! Thanks Devin. With straps pivoting around the stem and gripped at the...
Submitted by tomvale on 07/22/2019
07 | 20 | '19
Drove in from out of town with our kids to check out Tokul and were very disappointed that trails were almost impassable and unmaintained.  Maybe we rode the wrong ones, but felt like a pretty standard blue trail lap.  Road 30340 had multip...
Submitted by karyou on 07/22/2019