Duthie Hill - Trail, Issaquah, Washington

Duthie Hill - Trail, Issaquah, Washington

DESCRIPTION

Duthie Hill Park is 120 acres of dense evergreen forest located on the Sammamish Plateau. It is connected to more than 2,000 acres of public open space that includes Grand Ridge Park, Mitchell Hill Forest and Preston Ridge Park.

The lush forest of Douglas firs and western hemlocks provides an excellent backdrop for a mountain bike park, which is a CPG project currently under development by Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance.

USER REVIEWS

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[Oct 16, 2014]
ben
Weekend Warrior

best all around trails for all experience levels and riding types! can safely learn to go bigger on jumps and drops or just go explore some awesome single trail

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5
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2
[May 26, 2013]
pressingonward

OVERALL
RATING
5
[Jul 31, 2011]
snowpunk
Weekend Warrior

There Is truly something for everyone at Duthie. Four XC loops from the beginner friendly Boot Camp to the pretty tech Braveheart, then their are beginner to advanced freeride lines with big gaps, ladders, skinnies and everything else in between. All the XC loops all start and loop back to end at the central clearing which is a nice big open area with various drops to practice on and quite a few skinnies that are from a few inches to about a foot off the ground to practice on. Theirs also two pump tracks. One great thing about the place is that all the trails are One Way which really makes great sense.

Customer Service

The downhill at the end of Boot Camp is a blast and Ryan's Eternal Flow Is awesome! Just keep your speed up and don't stop anywhere on them Because a lot of riders are coming through with a lot of speed. Pretty much everything in their is worth riding. Its an amazimg place to progress your skills.

Similar Products Used:

Grand Ridge and Soaring Eagle

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
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2
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