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    Looking for the best mountain biking in Washington? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Washington. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

    Top Mountain Biking Spots in and near Washington

    • Amboy, Washington

      Siouxon Trail to 14 Mile Falls

      5.0
      13.03 mi / 2310 ft gain
      When you park at the top of the trail, all you see is layers and layers of emerald trees and ground clear of any underbrush. Once on the trail, you start on a rapid decline that brings you to the first of the many streams along this hike. Cross the bridge made out of logs and head towards the ma...
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    • Ashford, Washington

      Hike to Rainier NP's Ranger Falls

      4.5
      7 mi
      When heading to the adventure, stopped at the ranger station in Carbon to get your day pass ($5.00) and then continue on to the trailhead. Park on the road next to the Carbon river around. Start the hike down an old paved road that eventually leads through some trails and then to a gravel road. T...
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    • Issaquah, Washington

      Mountain Bike Duthie Hill

      4.7
      6 mi / 130 ft gain
      Duthie Hill is a premier and beautifully designed mountain bike park set in lush douglas firs and western hemlock forests . Created and maintained by the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance (evergreenmtb.org) with the help of King County and volunteers, Duthie Hill although open to hikers, is 100% s...
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    • Eatonville, Washington

      Hike to Gobbler's Knob

      4.0
      5 mi / 1500 ft gain
      Entering the Park from the Southwest Entrance, bear left when you approach the forking Westside Rd. This road has been closed a few miles in due to massive rockfall. When you reach the road closure, just park along the side of the road. In Spring and Summer, you should be able to see plenty of ot...
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    • Bremerton, Washington

      Hike the Gold Creek Trail at Green Mountain

      4.0
      5 mi / 1000 ft gain
      The Gold Creek Trail is one of several trails in the Green Mountain region. Although the trail is intertwined with others, it is almost impossible to start down the wrong path. The trail is well-marked and well-maintained, making this an excellent option for the family.  The trail begins at the e...
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    • Issaquah, Washington

      Grand Ridge Trail

      4.0
      7.51 mi / 1125 ft gain
      The trail system in the 1,300 acre Grand Ridge Park can currently can be accessed from two lots: High Point and Central Park, with a new lot at Duthie Hill still under construction. To get to the High Point lot take exit 20 off of I-90 (coming from Seattle), take a left and pass under the freewa...
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    • White Salmon, Washington

      Hike Coyote Wall

      3.5
      7.5 mi / 800 ft gain
      Coyote Wall is a relatively uncrowded trail system in the Columbia River Gorge that provides outstanding views of the Columbia River. The trail system is made up primarily of user-created mountain biking trails, allowing hikers a choose-your-own-adventure approach to exploring the area.Start out...
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    • Deming, Washington

      Bike to Wells Creek Falls

      Wells Creek Falls is an incredible waterfall nestled in a tight canyon below Mt. Baker. The falls plunges 93-ft. over a volcanic cliff face and envelops the small amphitheater below in a cloud of mist. From there, Wells Creeks snakes through the canyon and enters Bar Creek on the opposite side of...
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    • Cougar, Washington

      Hike to Ape Canyon

      9.6 mi / 1650 ft gain
      Not to be confused with the ever so popular Ape Caves, the Ape Canyon is a moderately challenging hike that remains above ground, climbing a total of 1650 feet in elevation parallel to the Muddy River.  Although originally designed as a hiking trail, this route has become increasingly popular wit...
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    • Chelan, Washington

      Mountain Bike Echo Ridge

      Designed for cross country skiing, this trail system brings together the perfect amount of ups and downs for summer mountain biking. Generally flowy with a handful of steeper pitches, the area can be ridden in any number of loops or connections.Looking for an epic ride? Bike to the trailhead from...
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    • Moran State Park, Washington

      Camp at Moran State Park

      Moran State Park is an true gem within the beautiful San Juan Islands. The park takes up a large portion of the East side of Orcas Island, the largest of all the San Juans. There are multiple campgrounds within the park along the shores of Cascade Lake and Mountain Lake. For the most relaxing exp...
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    • Spokane County, Washington

      Hike the Saltese Uplands Conservation Area

      3.0
      3.6 mi / 649 ft gain
      Saltese Uplands Conservation Area is one of the conservation areas owned by Spokane County. Only a short drive from I-90, it's popular for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding, though I have only hiked it so far. The outer loop of the trail is about a 3.6 mile loop, with ~649 feet of ele...
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    • 498 Old Highway 8, Washington

      Hike the Labyrinth-Coyote Wall Loop

      Sadly because of the devastating Eagle Creek fire on the Oregon side of the Gorge, most of the trails are closed for restoration. As a result more hikers are heading to the Washington side and heading further east for Gorge day hikes. Heading east gets you some sunnier skies and prime wildflower ...
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    • Cheney, Washington

      Stubblefield Lake Loop

      5.0
      6.03 mi / 289 ft gain
      Stubblefield Lake Loop is a loop trail that takes you by a lake located near Cheney, Washington.
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    • Winthrop, Washington

      The Winthrop Trail

      5.0
      12.27 mi / 1204 ft gain
      The Winthrop Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a river located near Winthrop, Washington.
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    • Port Angeles, Washington

      Olympic National Park Foothills Trail

      6.23 mi / 1772 ft gain
      Olympic National Park Foothills Trail is an out-and-back trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near Port Angeles, Washington.
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