Unknown - TRAIL

Unknown - Trail, Poulsbo, Washington

Both open crosscountry and technical single track in the forests of the area.

User Reviews (5)

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adorkxi   Cross Country Rider [Mar 21, 2009]

This trail system is called port gamble has some real good single track good downhill sections you can get maps of area at local bike shops in silverdale. You will have to ride fire roads thou.

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any

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Jim Morrison   Weekend Warrior [Mar 12, 2007]

This is called the Pope Resources Port Gamble Block and is a forestland managed by Olympic Resource Management, a Pope Resources company. It covers all the wooded are South of Port Gamble more than 3 miles between Port Gamble road (SR 104) and SR 3. There are many logging roads that connect and loop and dead end. There are gates that disallow automobiles. There is also extensive single track connecting the major roads. Some hills. There is a map at Port Gamble next to the coffee stand/antique store. Also maps showing the various trails and entry points can be found on line. Bicycles must yield to horses, they say.

Customer Service

If you enter from the city of Port Gamble follow G1100 signs to G1000 and continue south to G1200. all junctions are signed with white on brown signs, you may have to look a little to find them. G1200 then "t's" with G100 and you go right (west) on G1000 and it will turn up north (ignore two other junctions on the way). Long flat, but pretty ride here for a mile or so and finally a sharp turn right (south), still on G1000,takes you back to a the junction with G1200 you took earlier. Turn left, stay on G1000, then G1100 to get back to where you started.

Similar Products Used: Sandy Shore Lake south of SR 104 6 or 7 miles past the Hood Canal bridge is a vast complex of logging roads closed to motorized vehicles. Some clear cuts, some woods, several lakes.
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Ben   [Oct 09, 2001]

Great riding for whatever type your up for. But it is recommened to take a map(availible at the local bike shops) or a GPS, to keep from getting lost, although, you won't be lost to long. All trails lead back to roads.

Customer Service

I have no recommended route, there are trails all over the place. Although, in the deep woods, also known as Never Never Land, is a very technical section.

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John   [Oct 16, 2001]

This is a good place to get in a quick ride of 1 to 3 hours. If you want a longer ride, you'll have to ride some fireroad to do it. On the weekends, there are usually a couple horse trailers at the trail head, but you don't often run into horses on the trail. There are also a few hikers and dog walkers.

The singletrack is good for intermediate to expert riders although not long enough climbs (or overall) for hammerheads. There is enough fireroad for beginners too.

If you want a little tour, let me know. I'm out here a couple times a week, since it's so close to my house.

Customer Service

Start at the gated trailhead, not the parking place. There is a good 90% singletrack route that lasts about 7 miles, which you can stretch to 9 or 10 miles by criss crossing in a couple places. If you add fire roads, you can easily go for 25 or more miles out here. I've been lost and ended up near Lofal by Hood Canal, and I've ended up at Port Gamble.

Similar Products Used: Green Mt. near Silverdale & Lower Big Quilcene accross the Hood Canal Bridge.
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KC Baker   [Aug 25, 2002]

Challenging, but not too hard. Uphill some of the way, and downhill most. And man, when you go downhill, you downhill. I mtalking like five minutes at a time. My brother broke his speed record. Oh yeah, i brought my GPS . IT was very helpful to get back to road. The trail Is pretty hard to find, but keep going and youll see it on the left. It is a very small entrance. This trail has forest, sand, gravel, very fun.

Customer Service

many, many ways to choose from. Very good trails anyway you go.

Similar Products Used: dont know, if u know any, email me.
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Charlie   [Mar 14, 2003]

This is on Stottlemeyer for those bikers out there who didn,t know. awesome trails , only bad when they get really muddy . Only a few dh runs, but there is loads of xc stuff and singletrack. Old fireroads at Pope&Talbott are also fun to ride. Trails for all skill levels.Fun stuff!
P.S.- don't go in the rain.

Customer Service

all routes are great!

Similar Products Used: Green Mountain in Silverdale is also a good 2-3 hopur trail ride xc all uphill on the way up, but rewarding dh
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