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Inversion (sky) Blues
12 | 11 | '17

Took advantage of the inversion and rode to The Wheel at Raging today. The trail tread was in awesome shape, no mud or puddles anywhere, and no snow until reaching the clear cut. The snow there was largely rideable, with only a couple short pushes...

Submitted by r1de on 12/11/2017
12 | 10 | '17

Trails are in great condition. Aside from some down trees here & there. Many hours of recent volunteer trail maintenance visible in the clear cut and North side. Thanks!!!            

Submitted by BDazey on 12/10/2017
12 | 08 | '17

Bit of leftover snow at the top,  otherwise great shape for December. 

Submitted by rhin0rj on 12/10/2017
Campsite pad location. All bikes have stopped here.
12 | 07 | '17

Trail is great for about 4.5 miles from the JWT. There were various patches of compact snow and ice all the way up to the viewpoint before the steep tight switchback section. I was lucky enough that the inversion brought temps upove freezing to ma...

Submitted by KenB. on 12/08/2017
Just above first treeline.
12 | 03 | '17

Olallie is holding up great, very little standing water or mud, no windfall, really good traction! Ran into snow at approx 2500ft.(6 miles away from Cedar Falls Trailhead)  Turned around just past the double log bench viewpoint.

Submitted by BDazey on 12/03/2017
11 | 26 | '17

Tokul East intermediate/advanced Crank Sisters ride.  This was my first time leading on a Cranksisters Group Ride through EMBA. The rain was coming down pretty strong, however we got a window of sunshine starting around 10am.  We rode on...

Submitted by jeshat on 11/26/2017
Haystack route looking south
11 | 25 | '17

I actually rode to the peak just west of Haystack Mountain, just to the South of Sultan and the Blue Mountain Ridge but  I can report that the recent warm fronts have washed the snows away below 3500'. I summited (4100') and there was only 6...

Submitted by tomvale on 11/26/2017

After parking at Cedar Falls trailhead in Iron Horse SP, and after finishing a ride on the trial, I headed over to take a look at the lake. The water level on Rattlesnake Lake is really low, so a trip around the lake at shoreline is possible. Lots...

Submitted by jimpiav on 11/24/2017
11 | 11 | '17

Since the Blue Mtn loop is snowed in for the season, here is another twenty miler nearby you can do below the snowline and even ride to the top of Wallace Falls. The loop takes you to about 2000'. It is all logging road but you can hike the Greg B...

Submitted by tomvale on 11/18/2017
Last winters snowbike trail NE side
11 | 17 | '17

The NE side of the first metal bridge is maintained for winter biking

Submitted by danmay on 11/17/2017
Great Condition
11 | 17 | '17

Trail is cleaned out. New east and west added singletrack. Lots of fresh benched trail. Best trail is a little bit past the third wood bridge. I like to do laps in the upper area. New trail on the left side of the first metal bridge across from th...

Submitted by danmay on 11/17/2017
11 | 04 | '17

Got out early at first light in between the snow falls. The road was bare until about 2700' when some trace accumulations began. The full loop was accomplished but the snows the rest of the weekend will probably shut down the loop unless we get a...

Submitted by tomvale on 11/05/2017
11 | 04 | '17

Snow on the top 25% of the trail but still able to ride, dirt lower down is excellent lots of grip and no standing water. Evergeen knocked it out of the park with this trail so good

Submitted by Jata on 11/04/2017
10 | 31 | '17

First time out here.  Perfect weather, but had only 2 hours to spare, so I didn't make it to the lollipop loop.  Overall, I'm very impressed with the quality of the build - getting back to the car with a clean bike after 2 hours of ridin...

Submitted by r1de on 10/31/2017
Rat Pac Teanaway Loop Track
10 | 29 | '17

Joined a ride advertised on the Evergreen Calendar, and so did some 12 other riders - despite being a large group, we were going strong, which was much needed on this loop. We took off from the Rat Pac bike park around 10am,...

Submitted by MtnPavlas on 10/31/2017
10 | 15 | '17

Banner is one of my favorites. It's not particularly difficult, although you'll find enough to challeng you. It's easilly accessible from the ferry - if you're coming from Seattle, park (or bus...or ride!) at the west Seattle ferry and just ride o...

Submitted by andthedevilis6 on 10/30/2017
Cool waterfall near the top
10 | 21 | '17

Got up to the trail early on a Friday morning, we had planned to go out and were determined to ride despite the weather. It was raining and in the mid 40s at the Rattlesnake Ridge parking lot. 

The trail wasn't slippery even though...

Submitted by andthedevilis6 on 10/30/2017
Some derelict infrastructure near the start of the trail
10 | 29 | '17

My only regret is that we made the mistake of going out here on the opening weekend of elk season! We had planned to do the 20ish mile short l...

Submitted by andthedevilis6 on 10/30/2017

Kind of moot now as the trail closes for bikes tomorrow, but the big tree crossing downstream form Goldmeyer hot springs has been substantially damamged by a tree fall. We looked at it and decided that is was too dangerous to cross.  A photo...

Submitted by roberth1970 on 10/30/2017

Took the day off to make a nice epic at North Mountain. If you haven't done the park yet, come enjoy those trails. On this trip, I started early, parking at Whitehorse Park and rode the road up to the summit, had lunch at the lookout, and then cam...

Submitted by tomvale on 10/28/2017
10 | 27 | '17

Sunny day - check. Perfect temp - check. Fall colors - check. Beautiful views - check. Hero dirt - check. All the boxes checked. Been riding since 1986 and today was the best. Not many warm sunny days left. Go get some.


Submitted by badbie on 10/27/2017
10 | 23 | '17

I wasn't prepared for the sheer tranquility and breathtaking views of this trail, nor its virtually relentless ascent.  It is an instant classic and a new personal favorite.  The routing is expertly contoured to maximize pedaling efficie...

Submitted by r1de on 10/24/2017
10 | 21 | '17

I rode the blue lines this morning; Dueces, Movin'on, Breavehart, StepItUp, and Bootcamp in that order.   These trails are clear from the Wed night windstorm with one exception. There is a tree near the end of bootcamp. Someone stacked some b...

Submitted by jedison on 10/21/2017
10 | 06 | '17

Manastash area trails are riding well.  Brush and grasses are falling back so trails are well exposed and open.  KOM time of year.



Submitted by salspa on 10/07/2017
How to get to the top
10 | 05 | '17

I rode the main Olallie trail to the camp (the flat pad above the second set of switchbacks shown on the annotated map) and then continued on as many others have done to the top of Mt WA.

Here are directions and a map for anyone who wants...

Submitted by hardtail on 10/06/2017