Trail 290 (The Goods)
ElevationAscent: 49' 15 m
Descent: -1,354' -413 m
High: 4,540' 1,384 m
Low: 3,234' 986 m
GradeAvg Grade: 9% (5°)
Max Grade: 31% (17°)
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“A fun, flowy, technical descent with lots of rocks, roots, berms, and switchbacks.”— Ben King
Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown
- This is a purpose-built descending biking trail. Descending riders have right-away over other trail users and climbing this trail isn't recommended.
- Mount Spokane State Park requires the use of a Discover Pass for every vehicle that enters the park.
From the parking lot, head down Trail 120 for about 50 yards to the turnoff on the right. The trail drops quickly through a series of switchback, jogs, and jumps, some of which offer nice gaps. Almost all of the trail is shaded.
As it continues, the trail gets narrower and rougher requiring riders to navigate over some challenging roots and rougher sections. There are also a few small bridges that aren't too difficult to enter or exit. Just be wary of the traction if things are wet.
This almost three-mile trail does slip in a few sections of pedaling, but the majority of the time is spent following a raucous descent that will only get better as the trail matures.
Local Club: Evergreen East Mountain Bike Alliance
May 11, 2020: Beacon Hill ArcGIS Map
Apr 27, 2020: Give Big & Help Our Trails
Apr 25, 2020: Anyone know if the trails are rideable at Saltese yet?
Land Manager: WSP - Mount Spokane State Park