Commonly Bikepacked · Views
The mail attraction is a huge waterfall.
Accessible through an online reservation only. Opened on the first and last weekend of each month only.
Most think of this as a hike to a beautiful waterfall but the trails are opened to mountain bikes. The variety goes from gravel fire road to twisty, tight, fast singletrack with rock and root features.
Need to Know
To keep crowds down, access is only available two weekends a month with an annual or a day pass. Both available on the Lula Lake Land Trust website.
This ride is from the annual pass parking lot. It starts on a mile-long climb up a gravel fire road called Middle Trail
.The reward is a spectacular view on the Bluff Trail
then a fast downhill on Turkey
to Jedi Trail
. The trail is called Jedi as it feels like you are flying through the forest on a Star Wars speeder bike. Turkey
is a connector that gets you to Homestead that is an amazing, technical trail that ends up parallel to the beautiful river. From there, Middle takes you back to the parking lot.
History & Background
The Lula Lake Land Trust, established by the will of Robert M. Davenport in January of 1994, seeks to protect and preserve the natural beauty and abundant resources within the Rock Creek watershed for the benefit of present and future generations by fostering education, research and conservation stewardship of the land.
Shared By: Kennard Yamada