mountain biking
blowdown
rocky
snow
7 days ago

Took Pipeline to road and then squilchuck. Super technical to the junction. Snow on Squilchuck. Trees down in a couple places. Pipeline easy, fun dirt road. Squilchuck is pretty technical and really rocky

muddy
rocky
8 days ago

MTN bike down. Great trial. I'm still beginner-intermediate, so it was a little spicy for me. The trail is pretty narrow in some spots with exposure. We parked MR and went via pipeline. Mud here and there, but not bad. Stream crossing a little deep in a few spots and we had to walk across. Group of 5-6 motorbikes the way up.

the trail is pretty moderate. it wasn't easy going uphill but it wasn't anything that i would classify as hard-hard. there are great views of cashmere and the surrounding mountains. at the end of the trail, there is a nice little table and fire pit where you can hang out and maybe grill some burgers but i wouldn't do that. the trail keeps going for about another mile to the top of Peshastin Pinnacles. You'll have to walk a steep downhill (about 100m) before it gets comfortable again. it is worth at least 3 hours of your time but well worth it.

mountain biking
muddy
6 months ago

This was going to be a nice day for a hike. My husband decided to take his mountain bike so I wasn’t going to pass on it. I decided let’s go, as far as we can go. We ended up doing 14.5 miles. It was definitely hard but quality time with my hubby was worth it. Some areas were muddy but for the most part it was great ride.

running
blowdown
Sat Jun 01 2019

mostly road, but short rough trail to the summit, and great views of the valley and surrounding peaks

hiking
Sat Sep 12 2015

Great trail for pets! V

very fun and beautiful sites!

hiking
Sun Jul 08 2012

Very cool trail on mt. Bike or dirt bike.

mountain biking
Sat Sep 17 2011

Climb is a little stiff. Nice views. Very Fast singletrack. Best riding in Washington in my opinion. Not very many places to camp in Cashmere though, ended up camping on a spur road a mile from the trailhead. Make sure to bring lots of water, it's Hot!!! Went early September total time was about 5 hours, riding hard.

hiking
Fri Jul 08 2011

The directions are off btw. Just drive up mission ridge rd till u get to the base of the resort. I prefer to follow the LK Marion trail first. When u get a little ways up one trail will continue to go up to LK marion , but instead follow the trail/rd across the creek. Continue following this trail until u arrive at the midway lodge. Then u can either follow the road up or one of the ski runs. From the top of mission ridge u have a great view of MT Rainer and MT Stuart. This hike has an elevation gain of over 2000'.

hiking
Wed Sep 29 2010

great view from top. long

mountain biking
Sun Sep 26 2010

fun to ride a bike down and has some good camping spots if u dont want to go far from area easy for the down hill ride

Sun Sep 07 2003

This probably the 10th time I've ridden this trail, and everytime I ride it, I remember why I never get tired of it. It is one of the best MTB trails in the state, if not the very best. While it can be ridden as a loop (by using the forest road), or can even be ridden one-way (downhill) by setting up a shuttle system, I prefer to ride it as an out-and-back. Somehow, the downhill just isn't as fun if you haven't earned it by riding it both ways. Anyway, the weather was perfect, not too hot, not too cool. So this is a perfect time of year to ride it. However, be prepared to space out on the downhill, as the trail is dry and dusty in a few places, due to the limited rainfall this summer. Also, there is a fairly large downed tree on the lower section that will require you to dismount. But other than that, the trail is in excellent condition. This is a must do ride, every year.

This trail can be ridden as an out and back, or can be looped up with the Devils Gulch trail, which connects both at the bottom and the top of the Mission Ridge trail. It's a fun ride either way, but I much prefer to just ride the Devils Gulch trail as an out and back. If you do want to do the Mission Ridge trail, expect a few climbs on the decent. Whereas the Devils Gulch trail is all downhill. Also consider climbing the Devils Gulch trail all the way to the top, where it intersects the fire road.

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