Trail difficulty
Elevation Gain
130.00 ft (39.62 m)
Trail type
8.00 mi (12.87 km)
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Whether you are looking for a challenging set of trails to test your skills or somewhere to bring the kids mountain biking, Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park is the place to go. Set in a beautiful, mossy second-growth forest, the park offers a network of flowy cross-country trails, as well as a variety of man-made technical features for both skill-building beginners and expert bikers.

Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance dreamed up Duthie Hill and worked with King County, as well as countless donors and volunteers, to put it together in 2010. It covers 120 acres and includes 5 miles of flowy cross-country trails and 3 miles of technical freeride singletrack with varying levels of difficulty. In the center of the park is a 2.5-acre clearing with progressive drop lines, mini-trails for practicing tight turns, and a picnic shelter for break time.

The park plays host to a multitude of races, events, and mountain bike classes throughout the year, all organized by Evergreen MTB Alliance, g.h.y. bikes, and They work hard to foster a real bike community, and it is very apparent in the high quality of Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)




Parking Pass

Not Required


Challenging technical features. 5 miles of flowy trails. All-levels.


Big crowds.

Pets allowed

Not Allowed

Trailhead Elevation

430.00 ft (131.06 m)




Nearby Lodging + Camping


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