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2019 New Years Ride

01 | 01 | '19

Great way to start off 2019. The only snow/ice was on the last bit of fire road off of Master Link. Trail was in good condition with just a few puddles.

Submitted by gkubis on 01/01/2019
Recently completed work on No Name

Come check it out!

12 | 18 | '18

Relative to other Evergreen-supported trails, not many people ride Moss Lake. But it’s a great area with a small, dedicated group of unsanctioned folks who work hard to quietly maintain the trails (most notably is the infamous trail gnome, Bev). I...

Submitted by Unaccomplished Angler on 12/18/2018

I ride this trail frequently. The snow starts at the makeshift campground clearing and was about a 1/4 inch. The lower half is clear and is main reason why most people ride it. 

Cheers! and Merry Christmas!!! 

Submitted by trek4fun on 12/18/2018

Multiple trees down across trails in Big Finn Hill Park after the windstorm on Friday. Trees and branches are blocking trails east and west of Juanita Drive. Smaller branches were moveable with 1-2 people. Larger branches and trees will need a cha...

Submitted by dorainer on 12/16/2018

Trails with raised frost

12 | 08 | '18

Took a friend to the skills park today and had a good time showing him the area. We toured the trails and then out to the Whitehorse and back. Trails had about an inch of frost but the traction otherwise was solid. I took my buddy up to the summit...

Submitted by tomvale on 12/08/2018
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Favorite new trails

12 | 02 | '18

Rode upward mobility to Poppin Tops (Upper) last weekend. Trail quality was excellent for the time of year. A few muddy spots on the way up but easy to ride through or around. No snow.

Upward Mobility is a very well made climbing trail...1...

Submitted by jcurto85 on 12/05/2018

Warning

11 | 20 | '18

Saw a cougar 0.4 miles from the parking lot  on Iron Horse Trail. This was on the way back from Olallie trail head around 3:30p. Cougar saw me as I was riding towards him/her and it started to run away from me, then took a right turn into the...

Submitted by mattlevi on 11/20/2018

CS Grand Ridge

11 | 18 | '18

Rode from Duthie parking to grand ridge to water tower loop.  Completed the loop then back to duthie and rode moving on and step it up.  about 14 miles and 1.6K elevation gain. 4 riders total. Really nice weather and great trail conditio...

Submitted by jessij on 11/18/2018
Google Earth view from the Northeast

Started at the Cedar Falls trailhead and took a side trail to get to the iron horse for the 2 mile intro. I did Olallie about a year ago and my command post failed so I could not get all the way to the top comfortably. This time was different. I s...

Submitted by tomvale on 11/18/2018
Newest upper trail is in orange, purple is the fall line of a zig zag trail still being cut

Took the dog for a walk on this trail to see how it has matured over the last couple of years. The newest trail starting at the lookout gate is a really challenging, "black diamond" personality that will be a challenge for everyone. I just walked...

Submitted by tomvale on 11/05/2018

Multiple windows broken on my friend‘s Syncro between 1PM and 3PM. Due to after-market locks the f****rs couldn’t open the doors and weren't willing to mar their anterior scales by slithering into the van over the glass left behind. Post info if y...

Submitted by ssherotsky on 10/26/2018
There used to be a nice decorative accent up here!

After a 7 person work party on the Ridge Trail clearing drainages and puddling spots before the winter rains and spring melt, I rode up to the trail system summit to the bench area where there used to be a front wheel nailed to a tree. It is gone...

Submitted by tomvale on 10/23/2018

Kiss them goodbye

10 | 20 | '18

King County have started what they call Forest Stewardship work  ( logging ) on Henry"s Ridge & have closed access into the all trails north of the ponds & east of the water tanks while they do the work .Effectively , though, all the trails i...

Submitted by jimnich on 10/21/2018
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For explorers only

10 | 13 | '18

I've been looking for more Stevens Pass rides and tried this one for the advertised views and fall colors. The trail starts with a 1/2 or 3/4 mile grunt or hike and then continues with a slightly less steep trail. It is tough to maintain a consist...

Submitted by tomvale on 10/14/2018
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Pretty but won't repeat

10 | 05 | '18

This trail was on my wish list for sometime and just got a chance to do it this week and see the fall colors.

I must say this trail was a little bit of a disappointment. Usually with an epic ride you get long climbs followed by long descen...

Submitted by andrewbowerman on 10/09/2018
Burned trees on the way up 7174.

Rode corral pass/dalles ridge/palisades alone on a lovely day in late september. I parked at the Ranger Creek parking lot, across 410 then up to white river trail. White river trail was in very good shape, lovely duff. Can see some places where fi...

Submitted by ericchri on 09/27/2018
Blueberry and fern meadow at the end of the trail.

No signage yet at the parking lot, which is shared with the Jennifer Dunn trail (posted No Bikes).  The first mile or so is under constructio, diligently being converted/improved from abandoned forrest road to singlettack, but is very ridable...

Submitted by Blearned on 09/24/2018

twisty rooty FUN!

09 | 18 | '18

After learning to ride on Galbraith in the 90's, I've finally found a home down here in the Sound. So old school - so fun. Lots of really twisty, technical trails with many many off angle roots. Not much up and down but enough to keep it interesti...

Submitted by SHindman on 09/19/2018

my favorite loop

09 | 02 | '18

Fun ride did the loop.  Starts out with a lot of climbing but its not to loose so its rideable.  Beautiful views no matter what direction you look.  The trail seemed to handle the traffic pretty good, it did not seem packed for holi...

Submitted by Troysteigman on 09/19/2018

A real hoof

09 | 18 | '18

Made it to the very end.  About a mile and a half from the turnaround where nf-350 connects I had a close encounter with a large mountain goat who was not super excited about letting me by. Be aware  Curred me of riding this trail solo.<...

Submitted by ericlee on 09/18/2018
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"Dropped one car at the bottom of Alder Ridge and shuttled up to the top of road 6210 in hopes of adding an OAB to Klone Peak and concerns about fickle weather so didn't want to spend time and energy capital climbing Minnow Ridge.

Road 621...

Submitted by pawnshopjoshua on 09/17/2018
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WOW-SS Heaven

09 | 14 | '18

Fantastic trail. Conditions were pefrect.

Was on my singlespeed running 32x22 and cleared everything.

Needs better signage but Trailforks helped.

Highly recommend if you ae looking for a good XC ride that is not very techni...

Submitted by lawrjobe on 09/14/2018

Better for hiking

08 | 25 | '18

Pushed the bike most of the way. Even on the downhill, the corners are too sharp for a bike to go. Sides of the trail are loose, I fell twice. 

There are better trails near the ski hill, Read more

Watch for brambles!

09 | 04 | '18

First trip to South Seatac park today, to check it out and try out my new tubeless tire setup. I think I'm glad I went tubeless on this ride, because I had a lot of thorns stuck in my tires (and in my arms!) when I got home.

The trails are...

Submitted by parejkoj on 09/04/2018

Went up to the towers and then down the Springboards. Then I did some clearing of Meetcutter and finding a freshly fallen tree half way down (chainsaw folks see GPS/Picture). Then I went all the way down to the river and rode a ways down the river...

Submitted by tomvale on 09/04/2018