Miller Peninsula - TRAIL

Miller Peninsula - Trail, sequim, Washington

winding singletrack and doubletrack

User Reviews (7)

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PoJo   Weekend Warrior [Oct 06, 2008]

This is one of those trail systems that is as good as you make it. Many of the reviews on here did not ride far enough or in the right places. This is great trail network because you can ride it year round. There are over twenty miles of trails within the park waiting to be discovered. Most of the single track along the bluffs stays dry all year, these trails are in the rainshadow after all. A group of us Night ride here during the Winter because of its location and the trails aren't to technical.

Customer Service

Explore and you will be rewarded, or hook up for a night ride if you have the gear! Definitely try to ride the trails on or near the bluffs!

Similar Products Used: Lower Dungeness and Gold Creek Loop
Lower Big Quilcene
Dry Hill
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4
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2
bmush22   Weekend Warrior [Jul 23, 2007]

Those of you that wrote bad reviews did not look hard enough or ride long enough! I found some new trails that look amazing, unfortunately we rode them UP. Might call in sick tomorrow and find that gem! On the way back found others worth riding but nothing as promising as the Bluff. Good job to those who care for the trails.

Customer Service

Look hard.

Similar Products Used: Gibbs lake, Anderson lake.
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4
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3
Stumoney   Weekend Warrior [Feb 28, 2005]

The single track here is intermediate , windy and fun. Unfortunately to ride it you have to navigate often muddy ( tire clogging) and at times, extremely waterlogged forest roads. The whole loop is about 7.5 miles with great beach views midway. Still, being a mountain biker you shouldn't let the mud deter you . I believe there are other ways to return from the beach and maybe more trail that I haven't discovered.

Customer Service

Starts with a climb on dry double track until a left turn marked beach . Short stretch of single track takes you back to wet double track . Follow signs for beach. At about a mile and a half you reach the bluff trail which is intermediate windy single track for about two miles. Watch for the left turn midway. Eventually desends to muddy gully to beach. Great view of Protection Island. There are several ways back . I have always taken the forest roads, which are pretty wet. Download pdf at http://homepage.mac.com/stuart_macrae/FileSharing33.html Double track ( in Blue ) is often water logged. Single track ( in Red ) is intermediate

Similar Products Used: Gold Creek, many and varied Trails in & around Port Townsend
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4
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3
local guy   [Jul 08, 2001]

this trail system is still being built on Clallam County parks land. Only ride the trails which are ready to go (Beach trail and Diamond Point Rd. Trail). They are already well marked but there is only about 8 miles miles of trail so far. It is going to be a great trail system when finished. Right now it's limited though. Special thanks to those who are building the trail...good job.

Customer Service

from trailhead

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4
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tosober   [Apr 27, 2002]

This has to be the most wheel chair accessible trail my buddies and I have ever had the privelege of riding if you happen to be in the area and its your sons first time riding without training wheels I would recommend this trail without even a second thought.
Even the rocks have been courtesly removed and placed off to the side for you. Ya I give 2 thumbs up to the master trail maker that made this the safest trail I have ever ridden in my life!

Customer Service

Any route but the route to this trailhead!

Similar Products Used: The highway heading away from this trail!
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1
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norman   [Jun 19, 2002]

for sure the 1st reviewer didn't take this route.the bluff trail is not for beginners.intrmd.& advanced will
be challenged.there are short stretches of downhill
speed in the 20's on other secs. away from bluffs and
good climbs also.bluff trail is semi-tech. tightly winding through trees w/ rolly terrain. last bit to beach is steeper w/ speed & switchbacks. you end up @ a great beach.you take the bluffs trail back & you will
definately be burning the lungs & legs.i didn't since
it was my 1st time & i was exploring.apprx. 8+ mi.

Customer Service

park 1/10th m. past burling rd. take single track up hill & stay left as you head to bluff edge single track
make your way to beach.go back up past bluff route on
right & follow rights till back on bluff single track
making your way back to car.

Similar Products Used: gold creek
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5
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jim   [May 06, 2003]

good place to put in some miles.mostly old fire roads. the good trails are kind of hard to find. the best trail has lots of roots and switchbacks.the road up from the beach is a leg burner when muddy.

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3
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