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…
OGDH, like some other Tokul trails, is made up of several different sections. In particular, OGDH has five descent segments with various road crossings:
Section One: OGDH begins almost immediately off of Flowtron 3000
. However, this segment traversing back to the access road is in poor condition and appears abandoned (as of early 2015). For a better riding experience begin at section two.
Section Two: A short and mellow singletrack ride connecting either side of the access road bend. The Derby
trail feeds into this section.
Section Three: Head down the road a bit before peeling off the side for a fast and loose descent to the road below.
Section Four: A short climb up the road and then the trail dives off the side again. The top part of this section is particularly enjoyable because of the loose surface, deep ruts, and rough drops. The bottom portion returns to mellow singletrack before meeting up with the road.
Section Five: A more substantial road climb to the first switchback brings you to the final section of OGDH. It's important to note that the inviting "jump" off the road is actually a huck to nowhere. Follow this section down for another fast descent with some rowdy jumps. Goose Chase
makes a few appearances as the trails cross and overlap on their way to the bottom.
Shared By: Eric Ashley