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07 | 14 | '19
Extensively logged, and am told still more logging to come.  Still some singletrack along the North and East perimiters - about an hour to ride it all.  Middle and South trails all gone.  There are a few trails that head into the clear...
Submitted by Spartan1 on 07/19/2019
I spent Saturday and Sunday in Leavenworth to do this ridge and trail system for the first time. On Day 1, I rode the Ranger Road up and continued up further to the Punk Rock Lookout site for the views. I'd love to launch from up there! After my scra...
Submitted by tomvale on 07/15/2019
I came from the South Navarre Campgound side since I was visiting my dad down in Manson. I was hoping to at least take the Summit Trail north to the Uno Peak loop junctions and even the Staircase intersections exploring possibilities for going to Ste...
Submitted by tomvale on 07/15/2019
07 | 13 | '19
  This ride is physically and technically demanding—but so worth it. On technical trails I’m an intermediate rider but this trail pushed my limits at times. And while I’m in good riding shape overall, I ended up hike-a-biking much of the final...
Submitted by rickvans on 07/14/2019
07 | 06 | '19
Trail is running great, top to bottom. Wildflowers galore in the meadows. The trees mentioned in the previous report have been cleared, so you can pin it all the way from the meadows to the bottom. Hero dirt in the singletrack. Signs posted in the pa...
Submitted by sproqitman on 07/07/2019
06 | 30 | '19
Rode up Upward Mobility and Raging Ridge, then down Raging Ridge and Poppin' Tops. Perfect trail conditions: trails have just enough moisture to reduce dust & help traction, not enough to be slippery. Water and mud in only a handful of places, and in...
Submitted by mrc01 on 07/01/2019
Wonderful XC trail system. I did 15 miles of rooty and twisty stuff and probably could have planned routes a little better to reduce my climbing but every trail seemed to have its ups and downs. The weather was comfortable and just a little haze over...
Submitted by tomvale on 06/29/2019
06 | 21 | '19
Friday was a nice cool day to get back in shape, as the limiting factor was my legs and lungs and not overheating. Two interesting cranky old man things happened on the trail: one was a trio of E-bikers who each said a minimum of 5 words or more to m...
Submitted by badbie on 06/23/2019
06 | 23 | '19
It was a damp morning and the light rain gear was the better option. We left the Jennifer Dunn Trailhead and began the climb. There are two trees needing the big saws. One, is a half mile up the double track climb, and the other, is half way up the c...
Submitted by tomvale on 06/23/2019
06 | 23 | '19
People frequently bring their remote control cars out to this trail system and it's becoming a problem: Two grown men were playing around on the black diamond jump lines this afternoon and and damn near caused my husband and I to crash more than once...
Submitted by aachrisman1 on 06/23/2019
Rode the White River/Skookum Flats loop yesterday, 6/22/19. Trails are in great condition overall, but there are 2 downed trees across the trail on the White River just at the top of the hill & another shortly after that on the descent to HWY 410. (h...
Submitted by msteingrebe on 06/23/2019
06 | 15 | '19
At about 8:30 on Saturday June 15, 2019 I rode alone to Stan's Lookout and met two riders there.  They set off down Poppin' Tops; after waiting about 5 seconds, I followed them.  Not long thereafter, I saw a cougar, running down the mi...
Submitted by Oldnslow on 06/21/2019
06 | 13 | '19
Rode this a week ago.  Parked under the Power Lines and rrode clockwise.  All clear to the top of the road climb and the shortdescent  before the last saddle.  Had a bit of a sketchy traverse over a remaining snow field at the bas...
Submitted by scotjone on 06/20/2019
Rode Tapeworm today, planning on bailing before the last bridge with the yellow jacket infestation but found the gnomes have built a detour bypassing the bridge and wasp nest. Thanks gnomes!
Submitted by jonrav on 06/17/2019
06 | 15 | '19
After my last two rides here in the clouds and showers, today's ride was totally different. I parked again at the base of 7125 so the car waits at the lowest point of today's loop. I took off south on hwy 410 to FS road 70, then 7010 all the way up t...
Submitted by tomvale on 06/15/2019
Buddies and I where riding Tapeworm Trail. Warning really big nest on last lower wooden bridge banking left. It’s the last one before the last climb. It has been there for a couple of weeks now. But people have taken the warning sign off. Someone ha...
Submitted by seadal on 06/13/2019
05 | 11 | '19
Rode up the single track and all the way down and around to the parking lot. All the trails were in great condition. A few puddles but not muddy, not too dry or dusty. Perfect conditions!
Submitted by mrc01 on 06/08/2019
06 | 07 | '19
Ride now before the trails open to equestrian use (posted signs say they will open to horses on June 15), while the flowers are still in bloom, and while the trails are dust free and compact.  There is a tree down across upper Apricot crisp and...
Submitted by mdfrancisco on 06/08/2019
06 | 05 | '19
Rode the entire trail network at Seabrook this week. Narnia is in good shape, just needs to be ridden more. Mike and company at Buck's Bikes have done a great job and the shop has current trail maps available for free. The south end of Narnia connect...
Submitted by BrownietheDestroyer on 06/06/2019
05 | 26 | '19
Wanted to get to the top of the Christoff Trail from the Divide Trail South of Christoff Peak. I parked at the bottom of FS7125 and took SR410 to the FS70  junction. Once through that gate, I proceeded up FS7012 to get to the Divide trail. When...
Submitted by tomvale on 05/26/2019