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Lower Siouxon #130D

 4.5 (10)

2.9 Miles 4.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

231' 71 m

Ascent

-738' -225 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

24%

Max Grade (13°)

1,823' 556 m

High

1,207' 368 m

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Shared By Mike Sheppard

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Excellent fun, fast singletrack in a beautiful old-growth forest with stunning scenery.

Mike Sheppard

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Lower Siouxon Trail and Siouxon #130 are a couple of the best trails for mountain biking in the northwest. This section has incredible flowy singletrack, ripping descents, challenging rocky areas, creek crossings, and some of the most beautiful waterfalls and clear pools around period.

Park at the hairpin corner of the road into Siouxon. The trail goes off to the left 100 feet after the hairpin. Soon after that, you'll drop down to Siouxon Creek that you'll follow along for the next three miles and be treated to incredible views of stunning waterfalls and beautiful clear pools.

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Oct 15, 2017
Richard Fitzgerald
18.6mi
Oct 6, 2017
John Morehead
8.5mi
Oct 1, 2017
Nate Hall
Quality trail. 8mi
Jul 17, 2017
Brock Warner
First time out there, awesome trail. Didn't like starting from the western trailhead, going to try the center one next time. Great riding. 12.8mi — 2h 53m
Mar 12, 2017
Dan Sjolseth
Oct 11, 2016
Kevin Hermann
Upper parking lot to bench waterfall and back. Used road for last 2 miles. 10mi
Jun 19, 2016
Jason Van Horn
Tons of hikers for the first 5 miles.
Jan 20, 2016
Stephanie Striefel
best trail been on out here; progressively rocky upstream; gorgeous woods and creek with swimming holes; walked up/rode down steep; beautiful day

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  4.5 from 10 votes

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in Siouxon Area

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  4.5 from 10 votes
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#21

in Washington

#1,269

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Biked this on 7/2/16 and had a great time, with great trail conditions. Note to first time riders unfamiliar with the trailhead: the map on the app ends at the trailhead where the hikers normally leave from, not at the hairpin turn where the mountain bikers normally take off. If you drive to the end of the road, you will miss a nice 3 miles of flowy downhill! Jul 6, 2016
Ken C  
Rode this weekend. 10/14/17 Trail is in great shape! Started coming across downed trees in the portion past the bridge to Wildcat falls. A beautiful ride through a lush green forest. We like to park at the trail head, ride up the road to the top of the trail for a warm up, turn into the woods and enjoy the flow. Oct 16, 2017

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