Summit Trail

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  4.2 from 5 votes
blue  Intermediate from 2 votes
Rank: #3 in the Tiger Mountain State Forest area
#44 in WA, #2,690 Overall
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Trail in the area near Mirrormont,
“Fast pump-track feel through the woods.”
Nick Alvey on Jul 15, 2013
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1.52.5 milesKilometers 18’5 m Ascent 2,995’913 m High 7% Avg Grade (4°)
Singletrack Type -510’-155 m Descent 2,503’763 m Low 95% Max Grade (44°)
Restrictions
Tiger Mountain is a multi-use recreation area near Seattle. In recent years, new trails and the continued work of Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance and WA Department of Natural Resources have produced a surge in Tiger Mountain's popularity. Starting in 2014, trails on Tiger Mountain will no longer be closed seasonally although they will be closed as conditions dictate.

The upper parking area requires a Discover Pass.
Description
The Summit Trail's 1.5 miles of pumps and bumps make it a fast, flowy, and fun trail and a great warm-up for the rest of the day. Starting from the top of Tiger Mountain the trail ends at Preston Railroad Trail and also provides access to Off The Grid a little ways past the road crossing.
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PHOTOS of Summit Trail
  3.3 from 3 votes
Intersection with the Fire Road. (Mirrormont, WA)
  2.7 from 3 votes
The moon over Rainier from the top of East Tiger Summit Trail. (Mirrormont, WA)