Solo Point

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AVERAGE RATING
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4.14 out of 5
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Beginner
40.0
miles

Singletrack
↑ 2,000 ft
↓ 1,900 ft
314
elevation (ft)

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Trail Description
About this trail
There is a whole network of trails you can ride. Be aware of soldier training and if there are it is recommended not to ride. Otherwise a sweet single track goldmine. I have rarely found its equal.
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Granny Gear

September 23, 2018
apeercy Granny Gear  
 
Review: Per JBLM MWR, Solo point is closed for recreational use as of July 2018

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Granny Gear

July 19, 2018
Chris H Granny Gear  
 
Review: It is a good trail. I'm glad I found it. It has a trespassing sign at the trail head. I was worried when I was riding that my car won't get towed away. Or have to deal with the MP from the base. Is it OK to park your car at the gate and go in side of the trail?

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Bunny Hop

March 11, 2018
 
Review: Are you looking for an adventure? I can't tell you how many side trails you can take. Good for hiking, mountain biking, trail running, rucking/backpacking, you name it you can do it. For biking (what I was doing) the trails can get technical but nothing to bad. Dependent on your ability will dictate your speed and the technicality will go up or down given how fast you go. Everything is started and ended with a motor vehicle path. Sooner or later you will see one, it's the easiest way to figure out the trails. You could spend a whole day here trying to figure this place out, I had a blast doing so. Would advice to not ride after sunset because you could very easliy get stuck and lost. You will enjoy your self coming here.

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Granny Gear

November 20, 2017
Aceshigh Granny Gear  
 
Review: What a surprise to find this hidden gem. Easy ride and many different options through this area.

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Granny Gear

May 28, 2017
Topkick Granny Gear  
 
Review: Fun trail system nothing to difficult. Some roots and a lot of twists and turns perfect for myself and my 11 year old who are new to MTB.

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Bunny Hop

October 30, 2016
MrStClair Bunny Hop  
 
Review: My last review of this area was one of someone that didn't venture off of the double track. A month ago I found the Singletracks, and they are vast and numerous! There may actually be 40 miles of trail at Solo Point. I nearly got lost while riding last week and didn't get out of there until it was nearly dark out. This system is my favorite in this area. It is very lightly used, and most of the times I have been all alone for the entire 2 1/2 hour I ride.

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Bunny Hop

April 1, 2016
MrStClair Bunny Hop  
 
Review: I've been here a couple of times. One very nice thing about this trail is there was no one else there. I had the trail all to myself, both times. It is on JBLM, so you have to watch for military activity. And there is a danger of stray ammunition from the firing range making its way up to the trail during shooting practice. Best to avoid the trail when the Army is doing their thing. This trail has no obstacles, it is really only good for exercise. It Starts in Steilacoom and end in at Solo Point on Fort Lewis. There is one steep climb at the Solo Point end. It is a difficult climb because it is all loose gravel. There is one main trail that goes from one end to the other, it is double track for military vehicles, and many single track and double track off shoots along the way. The description says that it's 40 miles of trails. I doubt that seriously. Maybe 15 - 20 miles.

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Bunny Hop

April 14, 2015
randyfox Bunny Hop  
 
Review: Just found these trails and I am stoked. With them being within riding distance from where I live currently, I couldn't ask for a better local spot. The trails are easy to identify, but not overly groomed. Singletrack seems to branch off in every direction, with a lot of tight switchbacks and small root gardens to keep things interesting. You can easily link the trails in different combinations as well. Haven't found that great down hill blast out here yet as this is largely a XC system, but I feel as though I am just scratching the surface of what is out there. Even with an AM bike, I really had a good time.

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March 16, 2015
Fit4Life28 Singletrack  
 
Review: With this now being my new local trail, I am super excited. I'm not sure if there is any organization to the trails, they just seem to be everywhere and don't ever seem to stop. The neat thing is that there are gravel roads that run through the area so if you get lost or confused on a single track you will eventually come across a gravel road to take yourself back to where ever you parked. I would be very interested in meeting up with any one that knows these trails and rides them or maintains them.

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Gramcounter

June 1, 2014
 
Review: This is a great hidden gem that myself and a friend stumbled upon recently. Its a little tricky to find but here goes nothing... Head down Dupont Rd towards Steilacoom, pass all the ranges on your left, passed the North Fort gate on your right. The road will start to climb a hill and will twist around for a bit. You will see a couple of small gates and some Fort Lewis signs on the left that say something like Danger keep out, you are looking for the one that has a small parking area and the Fort Lewis sign is facing the opposite direction you are going on the left.If you start seeing houses, you have gone to far. Park there and hit the fire break. From there its up to you. There are tons of singletracks spider webbing throughout. Some are easier with rolling hills, minor obstacles and gentle curves. Others are a bit more technical with very narrow stone bridges, tough rooty uphills, sharp blind turns and a few ramps to jump. Right now the trails are very raw and unmarked. Its our goal to explore more and mark out a nice track with more jumps. We have been out there a few times and have only ran into an older gentleman walking his dog on the fire break. Hope to see more riders out there as this trail is pretty fun and this noob would love to share some pointers with others.

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Solo Point MTB Trail 4.14 out of 5 based on 15 ratings. 15 user reviews.
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