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05 | 19 | '18

It rained the whole way up. I rode 3/4 of the way to Mt. Washington crossing. The trail was very wet and had small puddles, which caused me to fall going uphill (In a small downhill section). Once you complete the switchbacks in the forest area, t...

Submitted by cyansquash on 05/20/2018
Who dug out the nurse stump that started this?

Spent the morning exploring the trails I haven't done before at Black Diamond. I've been away for 2 1/2 years so a lot is new to me here. It was a great time. I started on the west side of hwy 169 then came across and went East then North for a ni...

Submitted by tomvale on 05/19/2018
05 | 11 | '18

It was all good, and in great condition - but watch out for ticks!  My riding partner picked up a couple of them on this trail.  Some repellent might be a good idea.

Submitted by mdfrancisco on 05/18/2018
Heading up
05 | 07 | '18

Fun twisties working our way up and around. Great day. Trail is in great shape, just a few wet spots from some rain the night before.

Submitted by Chuckski on 05/09/2018
05 | 08 | '18

Attempted to take my 11 year old up for the first time on the loop out of the parking lot (logging road to trail at watershed). Got about 3/4 up FS 5510 and reached impassible (12"+) snow on the road. We got through a few patches but they got long...

Submitted by DKeithly820 on 05/08/2018
05 | 08 | '18

Hadn’t been to Duthie since some of the last cleanups were made on HLC. VooDoo, HLC, and Gravy Train are in perfect condition - clean and smooth as velvet. 🏄🏿‍♂️ Nothing like a Tuesday morning for crowds, either. 👍🏼

Submitted by r1de on 05/08/2018

Skookum/White River Loop is all rideable.  1 or 2 easy trees down on the Skookum side.  WR totally clear.

Submitted by jackd49 on 05/07/2018
The bike stops here

Trail is open and clear up to mile 3.5(4 miles from Buck Creek Parking Lot).  Then I hit the burn zone and trail obstacles abound.  Trees down, undercut trail, debris etc. Left the bike there and hiked a ways - snow still on the trail hi...

Submitted by jackd49 on 05/07/2018
View from the west ridge south to the convergence.
05 | 06 | '18

Went up from the west access and got up to the top of the Ridge's west side, 2900', but at the base of the hill to the tower, the road was still shaded and full of snow. I turned around at the snow and returned along the reservoir infrastructure a...

Submitted by tomvale on 05/06/2018
05 | 05 | '18

Did a couple rounds on the east side and then drove away. The trails are in good shape and only a couple mud troughs. Report on the west side said there were a couple small washouts but don't know exactly where to tell you. Probably the usual drop...

Submitted by tomvale on 05/05/2018
05 | 05 | '18

Snow at 3200' just after the campground.  It's partially rideable, but would be an unpleasant uphill slog, so that's where I stopped and turned around.  Otherwise, trail is in impeccable condition.  Go for it!

Submitted by r1de on 05/05/2018
05 | 03 | '18

Stopped by snow just past the campsite (7.3 miles from the parking lot, 3250' elevation). 

Submitted by jt on 05/03/2018
05 | 23 | '18

Trails are riding great and the Balsalm roots are still going strong.  Everything on the north side is riding better than ever thanks to the work of the Kittitas Chapter.  Nice work Kittitas Chapter!  The backside trails are also ri...

Submitted by mikepeas on 05/03/2018
05 | 02 | '18

Everything closed until May 19th.  Nothing posted on Evergreen, Trail Forks or DNR etc about closure.  I drove almost 2 hrs to ride the road up and DOWN!!  Typical DNR unprofessionalism. DNR and their cronies have zero regard. ...

Submitted by rsmallfoot on 05/02/2018
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04 | 26 | '18

Thanks to April snows, we have a little more time to wait before we can enjoy the Raging River loop unimpeded. I started from SR-18 on the Rattlesnake Rd to use the road instead of the shaded snowy  upper trails. The road and its climb are a...

Submitted by tomvale on 04/28/2018
04 | 25 | '18

Spent an evening riding to the towers, and then doing the Springboards, Meetcutter, Goldeneye, Wishbone, Redline, the summit, and then returned along the pond trails. The new trail contours on Goldeneye and a repair of its long, sweeping, left tur...

Submitted by tomvale on 04/28/2018
04 | 25 | '18

The scenery was simply amazing and the weather a little on the warm side since this was my 2nd MTB ride after surviving another Seattle Winter.  Techy double track is a very apt description.  Loose rocks over hard pack makes for challeng...

Submitted by paulsinbc on 04/26/2018
04 | 24 | '18

Did a West to East circumnavigation yesterday. Found the west end trails in perfect condition. Golden Spike still has some elephant traps, more so on the west end.  East is in decent shape, but definitely more face whippers (FT3K) and atomize...

Submitted by r1de on 04/25/2018
04 | 24 | '18

Ran into unridable (soft and melting though) snow at 6.9 miles in (as measured from the parking lot); at a altitude of 3170 feet.  A couple of trees across the trail.  My guess is that it'll be snow free in perhaps a couple of weeks (ear...

Submitted by jt on 04/24/2018
04 | 17 | '18

Rideable to the top; some remaining snow on the last bit of fire road to the summit, but that's probably gone by now.  Off the Grid is in great condition.  Preston has one major tree fall blocking the trail, and is super super wet. ...

Submitted by jt on 04/22/2018
04 | 21 | '18

Trail conditions were great and weather was good.   BUT, be aware a WA Dept of Fish and Wildlife officer (contracted by CambellGlobal) was checking for permits.  I had mine, but apparently 90% don't.  First offense is a warning and...

Submitted by DirtFish on 04/21/2018
04 | 15 | '18

Snow at top of the canyon route but lower section where ski hill connector trail meets rosy was fun as hell this weekend. Met a trail crew today, thanks you two for the good work. 

Submitted by dirkmulh on 04/15/2018
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I was following the weather pattern the last half of the week looking for a dry place to enjoy a ride. The rain shadow developed over Anacortes overnight and I started off of the 23rd trailhead around 8am. The trails were solid with only a couple...

Submitted by tomvale on 04/15/2018
04 | 03 | '18

I am relatively new to mountain biking and this is my home course.  It is fantastic.  Lots of variety with some easier trails (Mainline), some moderate trails (Cascara, Southern Traverse), and some harder trails (Red Alder, Cedar). ...

Submitted by rcd on 04/04/2018
03 | 31 | '18

New trail is open, great add on. Only bummer is that horses have made it pretty rough as the dirt is still soft. Everywhere else is consistent and great. Still a small mud pit on the east side of the area.

Submitted by vhiggins on 03/31/2018