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Level: Beginner
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +312/ -273 ft
Total: 105 riders

Mountain Biking St. Edwards State Park

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#44 of 1,207 mountain bike trails in Washington
#2,419 in the world

Excellent single track. Lots of variety. Quite technical in places.
A good place to spend an hour or two. The trails are well maintained
by the Backcountry Bicycle Trails Club. Caution: The trails are multi-use
and can be somewhat busy at times. Watch out for hikers!

First added by mtnmojo on Sep 18, 2004. Last updated Apr 30, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • 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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Getting there
Take 522 north towards Bothell. Make a right on 68 NE (which turns into Juanita Drive). 2-3 miles, turn right into St. Eds park. Park near rec center.
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  • Doraine

    Spots of mud, but otherwise very good conditions!

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  • mtnbikematt

    Some nice mixed use trails with lots of restrictions on what trails you can and can ride on. You can ride all of them in less than a half day. Between the dog walkers and the really fun trails being off limits I give it a 3 rating.

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  • Cwcolvin

    Some good trails especially if you link it with big Finn hill park, I'm a beginner and it is just the right amount of difficulty for me

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  • Josh L

    I think this would be very good for beginners. Most of the trails here are for walking/hiking only, there is only one trail that allows bikes, however there is a trail that connects to Big Finn Park where there are many more trails to ride. With St Edwards being a State Park you will have to pay to park here so unless you have a year pass I would save my money and park at Big Finn Park and ride the connecting trail to get to St Edwards if you feel that you have to ride this trail. The trail is well maintained and easy enough for a beginner or for smaller kids, if you live in the area or are passing through definitely check it out.

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  • systemattic206

    Good trail! Fun ride for a couple hours. Good location to add some more trail to Big Finn. Well maintained. Some fun quick corners.

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    Loved this little ride. Some fun stuff. Save the big climb from the lake until the end and then tell me it's a "Beginner" trail!

    Signage could be improved, but had a blast.

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  • Seattle_Roller

    The single-track is really great. I especially enjoyed Volunteer trail. There aren't that many trails open to mountain bikes, though. But the trails that are open to mountain bikes are really fun. The trails are pretty easy but fun too.

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  • championstuff

    Fun and easy ride, perfect for newbies like myself. Ride the single track for a while before hitting big Finn which was much more technical. Still very fun.

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  • berd14

    pretty cake of a ride. take it to big finn and you'll enjoy it a little more. st. edwards isn't tough though.

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  • gorlyfuzz

    Just rode the st. edwards state park trails. There isn't alot of trails that connect to eachother. Not a big fan of that. But if you take the trail to Big Finn it's alot of fun and worth doing. Ride it!!!!!!!!

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  • jmarshall

    Rode it today, 2 of the 3 bike trails listed were in great shape, we didn't ride the 3rd, most of the trails seem to be listed as hiking only so we stuck to the front trail. After riding around the park, we rode the trail back up to Janita way and took the trail to Big Finn. Highly recomend it. The two trails we rode were in great shape, good warm up, and very good for fellow newbies like myself. Would like to see beter trail markings and what is bike-able and hike only but still a fun ride!

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  • AK_Dan

    Great beginner area. If you like swooping, sticky, S curves try the .6 mile volunteer tr as a warm up. Near the entrance to the park take the single track parallel to Juanita Dr to the Big Finn Hill park a couple miles to the north.

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  • DavidWald

    Road St Edwards again on the 19 of February. It was fast an dry with a few patches of ice. The old technical ladders have been removed, too bad.

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