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Level: Intermediate
Length: 15 mi (24.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +486/456 ft
Total: 54 riders
 

Mountain Biking Tokul - West

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#49 of 647 mountain bike trails in Washington
#3010 in the world

Nice mix of single track and service roads. Follow these up to the top of the power lines at the top of the hill, then work your way back down on the single track.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
I-90 East to the Preston/Fall City Exit (#22). Left off the exit, over the freeway, right at the T, through Preston and Fall City. In Fall City at T with 202, turn right towards Snoqualmie. (Alternately, Hwy 520 to Hwy 202 South to Fall City.) Cross the bridge and immediately turn left towards Carnation (Hwy 203). Parking on the left in unpaved parking lot. Ride north up 202 a short distance to paved road on the right. Follow through gate and head up gravel road to the rail trail. Turn left, ride a short distance to the trail entrance on the right. Singlr track and service roads galore up on the hill. Lost? Just head west, back to the rail trail.
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Q: Apparently there are no more passes for sale this year (although the site did say they were 'unlimited'). Has anyone rode this trail without a pass? Is there an alternate location to park and just ride in?

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  • Peddlin and Smilin
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    I rode these trails with some locals that were familiar with the layout. This would have been a tough trail system to figure out if they hadn't been guiding me along. Overall these trails are lots of fun and quite challenging. Gravel grinding gets you to the tops of the hills, then you get to experience some awesome shredding on some amazing trails. I was hesitant at first to attempt some of the steep drops on some of the trails, but gave it a go anyway and am glad I did. Great job on creating and maintaining these trails. For an east coaster, this was a real treat to experience the pacific northwest in this fashion.

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  • Josh L
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    Great trails, ride up the forsest service roads and flow down the fun and windy trails.

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  • *****

    Super fun trails, easy logging road climbs to intermediate and adv singletrack descents. Check out Mousetrap, Outhouse Ext (flowy goodness), kamikaze and Tokyo drift (more DH). Grab the map from Evergreenmtb.com

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  • themartay@yahoo.com
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    The Evergreen Mountain Bike Association and King County have worked out the access issues mentioned below. You can now park at the Fall City Hwy turn out and ride up the gravel road. Start out on Bra, (look at the tree trunks at every turn on this section of trail) work your way around Sgt. Major up to Steak House and Out House. To return to the SVT, take Pink Ribbon, it's so much fun, your teeth will get bugs in them from the grin on your face. * Review edited 5/18/2011

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  • juancotton
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    Hi, Just wanted to let you know that a landowner has posted a sign that folks are no longer allowed to go through the gate and up the gravel road to the Snoqualmie Valley (RR) trail. They list threats of arrest and prosecution for tresspassing. Most other entrances in this area are off of roads clearly marked, "No Tresspassing", with the exception of NE 8th St a few miles North off Hwy 203.

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  • stempson
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    I have been riding a really nice 10 mile loop in this area lately, mostly singletrack that I have figured out. Can be ridden in many different configurtations though.

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  • mtnmojo
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    Trails are on the hillside and can be accessed from the Snoqualmie Valley trail (rail trail). Lots of service roads and singletrack to explore.

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