• Activities:

    Mountain Biking

  • Skill Level:

    Beginner

  • Season:

    Year Round

  • Trail Type:

    Loop

  • RT Distance:

    6 Miles

  • Elevation Gain:

    130 Feet

Bathrooms
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Forest

6 miles of well maintained singletrack. Trails for Beginners, Intermediate & Advanced riders. Flow lines, pump tracks, berms & skill building features. Rideable 365 days a year.

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% singletrack and is a mountain bike rider's paradise.

By parking at the lot listed on the map below, follow the rocky access trail to get to the 2.5 acre clearing in the middle of the park. Here you can find maps of all of the trails with varying difficulties. All trails are clearly marked with names and level of difficulty. So you shouldn't have any trouble finding yourself on the wrong trail! The levels range from beginner all the way to expert and everything in between. On any given day you will see riders of all levels- little kids just learning to ride (boys & girls) & men and women of all ages, so you will never feel out of place no matter what level you are!

The park has flowing trails complete with berms, jumps, flow lines, and pump tracks. On all trails you will find options to take paths with more difficult technical endeavors such as logrides, drop offs, and skinnies. In the clearing there are plenty of options for improving your mtb skills: drops of varying heights, skinnies, log rides, step-downs, and tables.

Duthie Hill really has something for everyone, whether you've been mountain biking ever since you can remember, or are just getting into the sport- it's the perfect place to ride! Trails were designed and maintained to have access to riding them throughout all seasons of the year, so take advantage!

Afterwards, Evergreen recommends stopping in to family friendly Hop Jack's in Klahanie for some well deserved burgers and beers to hit the spot!

Pack List

  • Bike
  • Helmet
  • Knee-pads/Elbow-pads if hitting the jumps
  • Water
  • Snacks
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Great mtb action for everyone. Just be smart and not get in over your head on some of the larger features.

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