Tokul Creek For Mountain Biking
The 44th most popular mountain bike trail in Washington.
Monday 18 July 2016 06:20 GMT
East of Seattle, the Tokul Creek mountain biking area in Snoqualmie Forest has a vast trail network of easy cross country style routes to explore. The Tokul Creek section of the forest is generally divided into two riding areas, Tokul Creek East and Tokul Creek West, with the latter being the preferred riding area. It also connects to the north with the Griffin Creek riding area.
To reach the mountain bike trails at Tokul Creek from Seattle, head east on US90 to Exit #22. Head north on Preston-Fall City Road into Fall City. Cross the river and park on the left. Starting January 2012, the Hancock Timber Resource Group now charges a $75 annual permit fee for trail users on the Tokul East and Tokul West trail systems.
Note: the Tokul Creek riding area can be periodically closed if there is high fire danger. When in doubt, call ahead -- it is managed by Hancock Timber Resource Group and King County.
Overall, Tokul Creek is the 44th most popular mountain bike trail of all 59 mountain biking rides in Washington. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Tokul Creek including Tiger Mountain, Duthie Hill MTB Skills Park, Grand Ridge Park, Snoqualmie Valley Trail and I-5 Colonnade Mountain Bike Skills Park.