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Looking for good directions to Lower Big Quilcene from Bremerton. I know to go across Hood Canal Bridge to 101 and head south but where do I go from there? I may have some free time to ride on Thursday and want to check this one out.
 

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Guess my google isn't as good as yours. For some reason I wasn't bringing up the right link. Thanks for this one though.
 

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Muddy Toe Joe said:
Guess my google isn't as good as yours. For some reason I wasn't bringing up the right link. Thanks for this one though.
Did you know that if you google "Google" your internet implodes?
 

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Golly garsh guys!

The first rule of Quilcene club, is that you don't talk about Quilcene club. :nono:

Everyone knows it's the worst trail in the state, ran over by a constant train of motor bikes and hippies. Don't go there It sucks balls. ;) ;)
The surf is horrible too.

If you can get to the ranger station in quilcene, they will be more than happy to help you out.

Watch out though, it's easy for people to get lost in dem hills. :D
 

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Did you make it up today? Was there any snow? I've seen that trail buried near the top for a while into the summer before.

Got any pics of it?
 

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Didn't get a chance to head out there today. I'll probably go next weekend. It'll be my first time so I'm looking forward to it.
 

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Didn't get a chance to head out there today. I'll probably go next weekend. It'll be my first time so I'm looking forward to it.
The upper half of Quilcene is what all singletrack should aspire to be...
 

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I agree with Skookum,the upper part is sweet. The trail is soo smooth and swoopy that you want to fly down the trail,but the old growth trees and the moss carpet is so nice you want to go slow. I have hit that trail for about 10 years and I still spend all my climbing time looking aroud so much I often ride off the trail:)
 
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