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Mountain Bike Routes

The Mountain Bike route category primarily covers routes specifically designated as mountain biking trails—single-track, dirt path, trails, etc. Others are identified as a mountain biking route because they’re entirely or mostly off any paved road surface although some include extensive stretches of graded hard-packed Forest Service or State Trust Land roadways and, in a few cases on the OP, such roadways may be paved.

The most important characteristic of a mountain bike route, though, is that it is best suited for… mountain bikes—your skinny tire road bike is not going to like it at all, your touring bike will object vehemently whenever it’s not on a graded surface (and may protest even when it is), and your recumbent and your trike will flat out refuse to go.

While riding a mountain bike route you may encounter vehicles, including the all-terrain variety (ATVs), but more likely you’ll be sharing the route with either hikers or horse riders.

A key thing to keep in mind on a mountain bike route is that you may be further from readily available assistance, especially in an emergency. Needing help on a well marked, well maintained, and frequently used trail system close to a city or town is one thing; requiring immediate aid on a single-track route 10 miles deep in the forest is something else entirely. If you’re taking on a mountain bike route, ride prepared.

  • Dungeness Trails Perimeter Loop

    Region: Northeast

    The Dungeness Trails Perimeter Loop is a 3.1 mile trail that traces the outer boundary of the main section of the park.  Easily accessed at either gate, it’s overall rating is intermediate because of the technical challenges posed by stretches of twisty single-track with sharp turns, rocks and tree routes.  It Read more [...]

  • Mt. Muller

    Region: Northwest
    Icon Display - Surface Trail: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Advanced: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Loop: Yes
    Notice: Seasonal Availability

    The Mt. Muller mountain bike route starts at the trailhead parking area just north of US Highway 101 west of Lake Crescent.  If you park there, you’ll need to display a Northwest Forest Pass on each vehicle. It is a multi-use trail, so expect to see hikers and horse-back riders. Read more [...]

  • Lower Skokomish River Trail

    Region: Southeast
    Icon Display - Surface Trail: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Advanced: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes

    Description The Lower Skokomish River Trail is a moderate to gradual mountain bike route that climbs 10 miles through old growth forest paralleling the south fork of the Skokomish River, ending at the Skokomish Upper South Fork trailhead before doubling back to the start. A valid Recreation Pass is required Read more [...]

  • Lower Big Quilcene

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Trail: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Intermediate: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes

    Description The Lower Big Quilcene mountain bike route follows a multi-use trail on National Forest land near the small town of Quilcene.  Access to both the upper and lower trailheads is fee based. It’s a popular out-and-back trail that can also be shuttled from the Upper Big Quilcene Trailhead to Read more [...]

  • White Knuckle

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Trail: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Expert: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Point-to-Point: Yes

    Description White Knuckle is part of the Dry Hill mountain bike trail network, located on Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) land and is maintained by the Olympic Dirt Society. Dry Hill is best known for its collection of downhill trails and the Northwest (NW) Cup race series. The trails Read more [...]

  • Robin Hill MTB Ramble

    Region: Northeast
    Icon Display - Surface Trail: Yes
    Icon Display - Difficulty Easy: Yes
    Icon Display - Route Style Loop: Yes

    Description The Robin Hill MTB Ramble is located in an easy mountain biking area that can entertain you with numerous loops of varying lengths in a mostly wooded park in rural Clallam County. The trails are single- and double-track width, typically on hard-packed dirt, but short, muddier sections can occur, Read more [...]

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