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Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails

Seattle + Tacoma Metro Area, Washington

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  • A blue square section along the main trail at Summit Ridge.- Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails
  • Down Roller Derby.- Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails
  • Side trail to Roller Derby and Revival.- Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails
  • Rocky patch down Roller Derby.- Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails
  • Main trail at Summit Ridge.- Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails
  • Sign mentioning the trail's difficulty rating.- Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails
  • Side trail.- Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails
  • Mailbox down a side trail.- Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails
  • Main trail in the Freeride Park.- Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails
  • The climbing trail for the Freeride Park.- Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails
  • Double black diamond trail at Summit Ridge.- Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails
  • - Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails
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Pros: 
Tons of trails. Freeride park.
Cons: 
None.
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Region:
Seattle + Tacoma Metro Area, WA
Congestion: 
Low
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Net Elevation Gain: 
100.00 ft (30.48 m)
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
Trail difficulty: 
Black diamond
Total Distance: 
20.00 mi (32.19 km)
Trail type: 
Loop
Trailhead Elevation: 
668.00 ft (203.61 m)
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Adventure Description

Adventure Description

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The Summit Ridge Mountain Bike Trails include more than 20 miles of of trails with many more unmarked pathways and connection routes. There are trails vary from easy greens to double diamonds with 15-foot jumps. This mountain biking trail network is maintained by Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, and the Freeride Park is maintained and built by Real Life Church. With well drainage and loads of plant life, the trails stay very dry in rainy seasons with only a few puddles along the trails.

From the parking lot, stick to the right and follow the rocky, wide path until it splits off into two directions. To the right is the free ride park with a main pathway up and trails down with little to huge jumps and runs ranging from beginner to double diamonds. To the left is a long pathway with trails branching off left and right. Many are unmarked and are cross-country routes or connecters. The main downhill trails are well marked along with do not enter signs.

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