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Trail Guide - Where to Ride


Try Our Favorite Trails

Want to discover great local mountain and gravel bike trails?  

>>Follow Evergreen MTB for trail guides and ride reports, and join them for trail dig parties!

>>You can also follow other riders on Strava, like our CEO, Mike.

>>Riders near our North Bend location can get trail updates for Tiger Mtn, Raging River, Ollalie, and Tennant by joining this Facebook group.

>>Explore some of our favorites on TrailForks at  Trailforks syncs with Garmin Maps, and there's even a TrailTinder app to swipe right on rides that interest you, or check 'em off if you've been there, done that!

Gravel Trails (map)

Great family outing: Snoqualmie Valley Trail to Rattlesnake Lake 
Unique experience: Palouse to Cascades - Rattlesnake Lake to the  Snoqualmie Tunnel 
Scenic, something for everyone: Middle Fork 

Mountain Bike Trails  (map)

Flowy: Flow State and Poppin' Tops - Raging River
Bumpy: NOTG - Tiger Mtn
Jumpy:  Gravy Train - Duthie Park

E-Bike  (map)  and  Adaptive Bike Trails  (map)

Everyone should be able to enjoy public lands. Here are trails that are friendly for adaptive bikes and e-bike legal.

Parking Passes

To park your car at certain trailheads, you may need the proper permit/pass. Check out Evergreen's trail pages to see if a pass is required for where you're going.

Riding in a Washington State Park? Purchase a Discover Pass.

Riding on U.S. Forest Service land? Purchase a National Forest Recreation ePass.

Sno-Park permits are required on free days at designated Sno-Parks between Dec. 1 and March 31. Learn more.

We are lucky to be able to access our world class public lands with mountain bikes. While on the trail, please be respectful of other user groups, such as hikers and equestrians, and cooperate with restrictions on private property. E-bike use is restricted to certain trails, so know before you go!

Traditionally Indigenous Territory

We encourage respectful recreation and responsible riding on ancestral lands so they continue to be a natural resource for all to enjoy.   Learn more:   Coast Salish  |  sduk?albix? (Snoqualmie)  |  Tulalip