Master Link is a one-way climbing trail for mountain bikers and two-ways for pedestrians.
Opened in early 2016, Master Link made a very welcome addition to the trails at Tiger Mountain. Not only does it add 2.5 miles of singletrack, but most importantly, it provides a climbing route that eliminates Tiger Mountain Road 4000
and provides shade during the summer.
Designed and constructed by WA DNR, this trail is a surprisingly smooth climb that starts off the Northwest Timber Trail
and comes out right across the road from Quick Link
Master Link takes riders on a winding, back-and-forth, pedal through tall forests with plenty of green to look at and enjoy. At 2.09 miles, the trail sweeps beneath a large boulder - not too much further along and you'll come to the second bridge that signals your nearly finished with Master Link.
Shared By: Eric Ashley