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Horse Lake
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 a...

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 conn...

Submitted by BrownietheDestroyer on 06/06/2019
Options to the top from the South side
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. Wh...

Submitted by tomvale on 05/26/2019
05 | 24 | '19

Heads up to riders and trail team***

just before breaking bad hooks back up with hustle and flow there’s a tree right over the trail that is going to fall if it’s not cut. Right now it’s being held by on branch. Making a lot of noise as th...

Submitted by Wardog13 on 05/24/2019
Manastash Evenings
05 | 21 | '19

Hippies, Frisky Donkey, Pine Oasis and Couger Bait are all riding well. Chin Biter is still wet in several places. Avoid this trail if you can since you will be causing trail damage if you ride sections of it. Wild flowers and sage are in full blo...

Submitted by bgasawski on 05/22/2019
05 | 21 | '19

All Trails are OPEN and riding well. Make sure to hit the newest flowy trail, Bob's Trail, on your next ride. We are finishing the final descent but its certainly rideable now. Best information for Echo Ridge trails is on Trailforks.com. It has a...

Submitted by paulwill on 05/22/2019
Google Earth of the loop.
05 | 19 | '19

Rode this trail this morning. I parked off of SR-410 and climbed (snow free) to the intesection of the Divide Trail and FS road 7125. Moto's have chewed the Divide Trail up a bit and snow is still over 40% of the trail on your way to the peak. The...

Submitted by tomvale on 05/19/2019
05 | 14 | '19

Trails are all in great condition. No mud. Saw a very, very large black bear today hanging around Cedar Run. Just beware. I ride here a few times a week and have never seen a bear here before.

Submitted by morganhferry on 05/14/2019
hansen ridge
05 | 11 | '19

We HIKED this on the 11th. The road is fine until about 0.5 miles from the Harris lake (shooting range) trailhead. We high centered a sedan on snow and parked there. We passed one (dissapointed looking ) rider coming down from the trailh...

Submitted by haqueja on 05/11/2019
Culmback Dam as seen from the North rec site.
05 | 05 | '19

Spent Saturday morning riding out to the Diversion Dam location on the Sultan River and enjoyed the river while relaxing in the peace and quiet of...

Submitted by tomvale on 05/06/2019
Wildflowers for days.
04 | 28 | '19

Just perfect trail conditios and surroundings, get out and enjoy.

Submitted by kcandkc23 on 04/28/2019
View from the upper parking lot at the park summit.
04 | 28 | '19

Parked at the Lost Lake trailhead and started up the road for the first time. Took about an hour to get up to the top with stops for pictures and then a little rest while enjoying the upper lot view. While recharging the phone for the rest of the...

Submitted by tomvale on 04/28/2019
04 | 26 | '19

This was my first trail ride.  I rode Jacks Track from the lower parking lot up to Walter Hoffman.  For a beginner these trails are a challenge due to all the roots.  The trail is in great shape for bikes or hiking.  Looking fo...

Submitted by jamzim on 04/26/2019
04 | 21 | '19

I'm fairly new to Seattle, and wasn't around when I-5 Collonade park was built. It's clear that the park has seen better days, but the bones of a really incredible bicycle skills park are still there. Most of the beginner features are rideable, th...

Submitted by rdwilder on 04/22/2019
Lower Olney Falls above the bridge.
04 | 20 | '19

Since the snow is still melting on the ridge, and Olney and Wallace Falls are at their peaks, I took the DNR road off Kellogg Lake Rd and up to both Falls. It was a foggy cool day but the falls were wonderful. See them soon if those kind of sights...

Submitted by tomvale on 04/21/2019
No Snow to worry about, but fog today..
04 | 14 | '19

Started up Masterlink with the light rain gear on until I got warmed up. At the top of Masterlink I took the road to the summit and then down East Tiger, OTG, Joyride and Fully Rigid and then NW Timber. East Tiger needs our help digging out draina...

Submitted by tomvale on 04/14/2019

Skookum/White River loop is open for business.  No more snow.  A few step over trees on the Skookum side.  Nice and dry, no mud, no standing water.  White River is clear and snow free all the way(Corral Pass Rd to the Palisades...

Submitted by jackd49 on 04/04/2019
04 | 03 | '19

New logging project that extensively impacts the trails that were left and even some of the resurrected ones. There is a lot of machinery back there and they have run tracks part way down IAB from the 5 way and also out by South Hill there are new...

Submitted by Michael on 04/03/2019
03 | 31 | '19

The last mile of dirt road, after Quick Link/Master Link is a hike and bike because the snow is too deep and is really icy and rutted. There was an insignificant amount of snow on the trail itself, so snow shouldn’t be a factor in your decision to...

Submitted by trek4fun on 03/31/2019
Cherry Valley Road up to the summit of Mt. Stohr.

It has been 4 years since I first explored this area. This time, I started at the Cherry Falls trailhead and took the road to the Falls trail and then the Falls trail to the falls, and then started north on the lesser travelled roads. After some e...

Submitted by tomvale on 03/31/2019
09 | 18 | '18

This can be an amazing! ride, but on the right bike. The scenery is awesome and you are way out in the back country, wilderness mountain biking on somewhat...

Submitted by trek4fun on 03/30/2019
Bambi giving me directions to the Tower climbing trail.
03 | 24 | '19

As I reported last time, the foliage is down due to the February snow and trailwork has drained a lot of puddling. Hero dirt everywhere else, and the best visibility the park has ever had, have made the trails faster then I have seen in years. Gol...

Submitted by tomvale on 03/24/2019
03 | 16 | '19

Did the full Grand Ridge out-and-back starting at Duthie this afternoon. The trail is almost entirely dry (maybe 2-3 spots with enough mud to leave a tire mark). Big thanks to whoever has done trail work there recently: there are new drainage ditc...

Submitted by parejkoj on 03/16/2019
03 | 14 | '19

Got a quick ride in this afternoon and was really amazed that the initial climb to the main road was still coated in an inch or two of packed, warm, snow. Had to hike 50 feet but traction where it was well melted was fine. The record snow has flat...

Submitted by tomvale on 03/14/2019
03 | 13 | '19

Rode up the climbing road past the Jerry Springer trail to Pink Ribbon and Pink Beaver which are now clear cut.  Understand that Small Fries and lower Tokyo Drift also slated to go as well.  Since logging is currently underway advise sta...

Submitted by on 03/14/2019