Wynoochee Lakeshore Trail For Mountain Biking

The 7th most popular mountain bike trail in Washington.

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The Wynoochee Lakeshore Trail is an 13 mile singletrack loop around Wynoochee Lake through dense forests of western hemlock and douglas fir. Theres no bridge over the Wynoochee River at the north end, so be prepared to ford -- It can get seriously deep.

The mountain bike trailhead is located at the Wynoochee Lake Picnic Area. From Route 12 in Montesano, turn north on Wynoochee Valley Road (1 mi. west of Montesano) and drive approximately 35 miles on the Wynoochee Valley Road (FS Rd #22) to a major intersection. Turn left. Staying on FS Rd. #22, drive a short distance and turn right on FS Rd. #2294. Drive approximately one mile to the entrance of the Coho Campground. The Wynoochee Lake Shore Trail starts on the north side of Coho Campground.

Overall, Wynoochee Lakeshore Trail is the 7th most popular mountain bike trail of all 59 mountain biking rides in Washington. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Wynoochee Lakeshore Trail including Dungeness / Gold Creek Loop, Lower Big Quilcene Trail, Lower South Fork Skokomish Trail, Dry Creek Trail, Graves Creek Road and Mount Muller TrailHumptulips Trail.

Wynoochee Lakeshore Trail Mountain Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  ONF (360) 877-5254; WA Tourism (800) 544-1800.

Best Season:  Any

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  NFS Coho CG; NFS Chetwoot CG

Luxury Loding:  Lake Quinault Lodge (360) 288-2900

Breakfast Restaurant:  None

Reference Source:  click here http://www.fs.usda.gov/olympic/

GPS:  47.3895, -123.6058

Date Published:  12/31/2015

Date Updated:  7/31/2016

ID:  6562

Wynoochee Lakeshore Trail Mountain Biking Map


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