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get a new map at trail head, some overgrown parts, young hill and trail leading into it good single track.

Submitted by Ellsa on 07/05/2015
07 | 01 | '15

I hadn't been riding at PVCA in a couple years, maybe longer.  I was in the area this morning and brought my bike.  What a great spot, brought back some old memories and made a few new ones.  I really like the new trail "Rogue Fern"...

Submitted by r1de on 07/01/2015
06 | 28 | '15

Rode the regular Freund descent on Saturday and Rosy Boa descent on Sunday.  Some of the Switchbacks on Boa were a little steep and tight on a 29er but great fun and kept my attention.  Getting loose and sandy in some areas.  The cl...

Submitted by Bronco on 06/29/2015
06 | 29 | '15

Just a response to DefJuice, the property west of the Railroad is now owned by the City of Mukilteo.  They conducted some public meetings earlier this year and taken the position that it is illegal for unauthorized individuals (non-city perso...

Submitted by Bronco on 06/29/2015

The entire trail is in great shape. No fallen trees, substantial recent brushing, and nice tread.

Twenty riders were bused to the trailhead on Saturday and r...

Submitted by Kelley on 06/29/2015
06 | 26 | '15

The West side of the gulch needs some work, there are some broken bridges and mud pits, some hike a bike areas, there are also a few uncrossable fallen trees deep in the spinach.  

Sadly, the amazing dirt jumps at the top of the platea...

Submitted by DefJuice on 06/26/2015
Toklul falls?
06 | 25 | '15

Set out in search of the briefly mentioned trail from the Snoqualmie Falls parking lot and found it without too much effort. Then moved on to seeing if I could find a way to connect back to the Tokul East trail system without riding the SVT and I...

Submitted by pawnshopjoshua on 06/25/2015
06 | 20 | '15

This was my first ride here.  Area is small, well maintained and well marked so its hard to get lost.  I have family and friends nearby, so wish I knew about this place sooner, but better late than never! 

I wouldn...

Submitted by conomcdo on 06/25/2015
06 | 21 | '15

Went out here for the first time, after visiting the 'rents in Gig Harbor. I will definitley be back whenever I visit them! However, there were a LOT of hikers on a sunny Sunday. I would definitely recommend mid-week, or morning on Weekends to bea...

Submitted by conomcdo on 06/25/2015
06 | 22 | '15

No water anywhere - no puddles, no mud - even the streams are dry. Corners are loose and dusty in places. Beautiful ride though. Nettles? No big deal.

Submitted by r1de on 06/22/2015

Rode Skookum S-to-N as part of the CCW Suntop-Skookum loop. Trail is in excellent shape at the moment. Hero dirt all the way.

Submitted by sproqitman on 06/22/2015
tough and then smooth
06 | 21 | '15

did this clockwise from trailhead. 2hrs up to first junction at approx 2.7miles.   50/50 pushing and pedaling.  it's a very tough climb. no view at first junction, you gotta go to top of muller to get the amazing views. down from muller...

Submitted by rsmallfoot on 06/22/2015

Rode the Suntop-Skookum loop starting from the lower Skookum parking lot. Suntop is in great shape now, but will be getting dusty soon if we don't any rain. Just a couple of sandy patches on the way down. Only two wet stream crossings: the usual y...

Submitted by sproqitman on 06/22/2015
06 | 21 | '15

Started from the discribed trailhead and turned left. Very wrong option... Got lost on non-trails and fire roads with significant stinging nettles. Finally worked our way back to the start and then went to the Right and we finally found trails! De...

Submitted by novedevon on 06/21/2015
06 | 18 | '15

I rode the trails at O'Grady Park today. O'Grady is a King County Park on the Green River just down from Flaming Geyser state park. Mostly downhill and cross country riding. Th...

Submitted by lead mosquito on 06/18/2015

We rode the Methow trail from Mazama to the bridge and back.  It's a very easy, fun and beautiful 6 mile ride.  Kids love this ride because he trail is wide and flat.  You can stop by the Methow and get some fresh moutain water for...

Submitted by krammet on 06/17/2015
06 | 14 | '15

This was a wonderful steady climb (but not a crazy climb).  You can bite off as much as you want but we road for a couple hours up and had an amazingly fun and fast ride down.  It's very hot in the afternoon so bring plenty of water. &nb...

Submitted by krammet on 06/17/2015

Reminder that it's fee parking if you drive all the way in but if you park before the sign on the side of the road it's not.  Trail was in great shape but in the dryer weather it's a little dusty so no big deal.  Very fun!

Submitted by krammet on 06/17/2015
06 | 07 | '15

King County Parks, has subcontracted...and will start in a few weeks / early summer to enlarge the parking lot.  It will be closed approximately 2 months.  Tahoma chapter BCHW cleared Holder creek trail on National Trails Day

Submitted by LNM on 06/16/2015
Obligatory crappy iphone pic
06 | 13 | '15

Rode solo with drop-off shuttle from Devil's Backbone TH near Handy Springs. Note that as of 6/13/2015, FS5900 (aka Shady Pass Rd) is closed at Shady Pass so the TH is not accessible from the Entiat side -- you must drive up 5900 from 25-Mile Cree...

Submitted by geoffroh on 06/15/2015
06 | 13 | '15

Hey guys!

Just another update, a few riders and I have put in some new jumps out here in the area West of SCORE access road. We brought some life back into old features and the trials should be all clear to ride! There are still some issue...

Submitted by codystreeter on 06/14/2015
06 | 12 | '15

Video of the fun bits:


The new "advanced" line:


Submitted by Scott-XT on 06/13/2015
view to south from phase 1
06 | 11 | '15

Rode Hansen Ridge solo today. Pretty exposed but nice cool breeze kept it comfortable. Rode out clockwise onto lollipop and then into phase 2 until a bear told me to go back (near beginning of the double track, where single track goes back into fo...

Submitted by thijssen on 06/12/2015
hansen map
06 | 09 | '15

Did the ride out to the lake, starting in a clockwise direction (so up the road to Seattle water gate and onto single track from there) on what turned out to be a very hot day.  I'd say it was a good thing the lake was there and it was the pe...

Submitted by hardtail on 06/10/2015

Great day in the Gulch. Took the fire road up past the Devils Gulch Trail to Mission Ridge Trail. Temps were in the 90's so a bit of a grunt on the way up. But trail was in great shape all the way down. Rivers were all passable and rideable except...

Submitted by Santa_Cruz_Chris on 06/08/2015