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Level: Intermediate
Length: 1 mi (1.6 km)
Surface: Other
Configuration: Other
Elevation: +148/123 ft
Total: 24 riders
 

Mountain Biking Greenlake

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#119 of 1,221 mountain bike trails in Washington
#11,240 in the world

dirt jumps not for faint hearted, skatepark, fields, a little single track

First added by on Jun 20, 2012. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
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  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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145 th & stone way, soccer fields
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  • Josh L
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    I wouldn't really classify this place as "MTB trails", more of a park with some random trails through it. I had the pleasure to ride circles around the park as my wife was competing in a Cyclocross race here. There's definitely some areas were you could have some fun but it looks like the paved path is the real attraction here. Good for families with small kids.

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  • esc
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    To be clear we aren't discussing the paved jogging trail that goes around greenlake!

    Just to the west of greenlake, west of the soccer fields are some woods with little trails all through them. The best riding is in the woods on the steep slope. It is a pretty small area to ride but some of the trails on the hill are steep narrow single track and are actually pretty fun.

    To the east between the woods and greenlake are some dirtjumps. I've only rolled over them but the folks that practice here are skilled and get big air. Cool to watch the jumpers.

    I used to detour through these woods as part of my commute but would never go here to get some mountain biking in. Honestly I'd rather spend time on my trainer than ride here, but it is a great place for kids and beginners to get comfortable before heading out into the real woods.

    SAFETY:
    If you do ride or take beginners here tell them to be cautious of cross trails as there is no clear right of way and you can get going pretty fast. Its urban so there are folks riding through that don't have a lot of sense. Be especially courteous of people walking as they have right of way. The trails sometimes cross narrow paved road with traffic so be careful there too.

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  • I.Am.Hitch.
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    Great loop! 3 mile paved path around the lake. Gravel path around the park. Nice dirt jump area by the fields. Its a very popular area and the path is usually busy.

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  • grm
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    It has nothing that I would call single track. It consists of a roughly 6' wide 3 mile long paved path around the periphery of Green Lake with about 10' of elevation gain.

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