Length: 18 mi (29 km)
Total: 4 riders
Mountain Biking Armstrong tract
#134 of 1,207 mountain bike trails in Washington
This trail system is run and maintained primarily by equestrian group please use caution and respect around horses, they have the right of way. The Pilchuck Tree Farm is a huge chunk of private land north of Arlington and near the small community of Bryant that is used for logging. The company/land owners have allowed trails and public recreation on their land for over 20 years. Of course patches of trail are going to go away from time to time as various segments gets logged over the years. Despite the obvious bummage of this, the up side is the place is ever changing. There are several tracts to the tree farm; Victoria, Armstrong and the Pilchuck tracts. The Pilchuck and the Victoria tracts are closed during the winter (November 1st - April 30th) due to the wet conditions.
First added by Jeremiah Johnson on Mar 9, 2014. Last updated May 9, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: yes
- Fat bike grooming: yes
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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From I-5 take exit 212 for WA-532. Turn east and travel 4.1 miles. WA-532 turns into Granview Rd at the junction of Hwy 9. Continue for 1.0 miles and turn right onto 272nd street NE. After about 1/10th of a mile turn right into the trailhead/staging areas.
DO NOT CLICK ON THE MAP PART TO GET DIRECTIONS. IT WILL TAKE YOU TO WRONG PLACE. INSTEAD ACTUALLY ENTER IN MANUALLY IN YOUR MAPS/DIRECTION FINDER TO GET TO DESTINATION BY ENTERING IN PILCHUCK TREE FARM TO GET TO CORRECT DESTINATION!!!!Thank |
Most of the trails I have ridden here in the NW drain really well. The trails may be a little wet or boggy at the entrance but once in the woods they are firm and really nice to ride, not here this was wet bog after wet bog of course the lose stuff we got off and walked the bikes around but it was still a mess and we called it after about a mile in. looks like it will be some really awesome riding around mid summer.Thank |