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Level: Advanced
Length: 20 mi (32.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +811/ -808 ft
Total: 49 riders

Mountain Biking Tokul - East

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#45 of 1,207 mountain bike trails in Washington
#2,503 in the world

Lots of single track and service roads to explore. Snoqualmie Falls can be accessed via trails and roads.

First added by mtnmojo on Feb 5, 2005. Last updated Apr 30, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
I-90 East to the Preston/Fall City Exit (#22). Turn left off the exit, then right at the T, through Preston and Fall City.In Fall City at T with 202, turn right into 202 towards Snoqualmie. (Alternately, Hwy 520 to Hwy 202 South to Fall City.) After about 2 miles, you will come to 356th Ave NE. Turn left and head up the hill to the trailhead parking on the Snoqualmie Valley trail. To access the trails, head East on the RR grade for about 3/4th mile or so until you come to a well used uphill trail veering off on your left. If you ride under the powerlines, you have gone too far. The trail to your left will take you on a gradual climb up to the powerline road. Zigzag to the right under the powerlines to find a first trail. There are several easy trails in that flat, lower area and more on the hillside (not necessarily for beginners).
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Goosechase, Tokul East... Fall City Washington
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  • Josh L

    Ride up the forest service roads then bomb down the fun trails. Great concept of trails to work on your downhill/endure skills with some nice flowy trails and some techy trails to keep things interesting. Could maybe use some vegetation trimming though, things can get a little overgrown.

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  • Lance Leasure

    Rutted, overgrown, gravelly and loose. This was my first time at Tokul - East. No trail markers, few signs of maintenance, and the occasional sign of intentionally blocking trails... Two other riders stopped me asking for directions. It's fitting that there's supposedly a run called "Goosechase" that I may or may not have ridden. Evergreenmtb.org description says it drains well, so maybe it's a good option for winter??? Not really worth the $8 access day pass, IMO.

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  • [email protected]

    The singletracks all begin off the SVT. There are several ways in all are fun. The area is really 3 plateaus stacked up. The lower bench has some excellent flat beginner singletrack. Bench two is a bit more technical but nothing more than intermediate level (like me). The top is ROCKIN fun! The highlight is Flotron. Go with someone who knows the area or plan to hunt and peck between fire roads and singletrack. Tokul East is never as crowded as Tiger.* Review edited 5/18/2011

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