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Grand Ridge Trail

 3.8 (16)

5.9 Miles 9.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

749' 228 m

Ascent

-695' -212 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

20%

Max Grade (11°)

1,057' 322 m

High

396' 121 m

Low

Shared By Daniel Grillo

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All Clear 68 days ago
Mostly Dry History

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A great singletrack XC ride from Issaquah to Duthie with over 1,000 feet of climbing.

Daniel Grillo

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Description

The Grand Ridge Trail connects the Issaquah-Preston Trail from the south to Duthie Hill Park to the north. The trail can be ridden in either direction. And it's common to follow the Grand Ridge Route if starting in Issaquah.

The bottom of the trail climbs sharply away from the Issaquah-Preston Trail to gain the ridge and then enjoy the rolling terrain up to a road crossing. Cross the road and continue onto the singletrack up a bit further before beginning the descent on the other side. Stay right at a fork after a long, straight, fast section, weaving your way down and crossing a slippery bridge.

Do a little bit of climbing and continue across more flat sections before hitting more downhill, bringing you to the Mike O Puncheon Bridge and a short climb to the road separating the Grand Ridge Trail from the Duthie Access Road.

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Sep 14, 2017
Katie Fox
Jul 12, 2017
Stephanie Sanders
May 2, 2017
Katie Fox
Apr 30, 2017
Irwin Wong
4mi
Oct 22, 2016
fikri maulana
trail in great condition, very few mud puddle 12mi
Sep 30, 2016
Ben Sloman
Sep 24, 2016
John Deutscher
May 7, 2016
Daniel Grillo

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  3.8 from 16 votes

#4161

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