Deep Creek Trail is a 4 mile moderately trafficked trail located near Enumclaw, WA and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is accessible from June until November.
Directions from Enumclaw: Drive 31.6 miles east on State Hwy. 410 to Corral Pass Road #7174. Turn left onto FR #7184 and continue for 1 mile to the White River Trail #1199 trailhead. Travel on the White River Trail for 0.5 mile to Deep Creek Trail.
The description of this trail is slightly incorrect, and the location is definitely incorrect.
Correcting the description, I should note that this trail is open to hiking and horseback only. This trail is closed to biking, and that is a good thing even for bikers. If you visit this trail you'll see why I say that: it is far too steep for bike traffic.
At the base, this trail starts where it connects to the White River Trail which is next to and runs parallel with highway 410. This trail follows a ridgeline path climbing over 3,000 feet in 3.15 miles where it connects to the Noble Knob trail... it's a fantastic quad burn.
Last but not least, there really is no water access on this trail. So bring enough for the entire trip. I found that three Liters works for me; albeit barely.