“Loose scramble down narrow singletrack.
— Eric Ashley
Tokul East is private property in the Snoqualmie Forest and is managed by Campbell Global, LLC. All entry (including foot and bicycle) requires the purchase of an access permit. Individual permits can be purchased for $8 daily or $50 annually via a purchase from CG's website at: sqrecreation.com/snoqualmie…
Last Frontier is the less polite sibling of Flowtron 3000
. Both trails share similar geography, but where Flowtron attacks the gully with flow g-outs, Last Frontier scampers across a neighboring ridgeline. Which leaves riders to traverse along narrow singletrack. For added challenge, the trail is quite loose and the tight corners are magnified by a strong sense of exposure as you wind down the slope.
Towards the bottom there is an optional stump drop/booter - everything looked sketchy about it, so our group avoided it. Last Frontier connects to the bottom of Flowtron before exiting to the road.