Mountain biking is a fun and popular way to get outdoors and experience the beautiful Washington scenery. Many of DNR-state lands have mountain biking trails for your enjoyment.
RESOURCES FOR MOUNTAIN BIKERS
Trail ethics, etiquette
- Rules of the trail. From the International Mountain Bicycling Association—to promote responsible and courteous conduct on shared use trails.
- Leave no Trace. 7 principles for non-motorized outdoor recreation, including preparation, guidance on best way to set up camp,proper disposal of waste, leave what you find, minimizing impacts from campfires, respecting wildlife, and being considerate of others.
- Tread Lightly. Tips on responsible and sustainable recreation for a variety of activities, including bike riding.
- Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance. Washington State's largest mountain biking organization that coordinates volunteers, organizes rides, and provides educational programs related to mountain biking.
DNR Recreation Resources
- Where to Recreate on DNR-managed Lands. Where DNR's recreation areas and trails are located, what sites are open or closed, and other relevant information.
- DNR Maps. Download or purchase a variety of maps including quandrangle, state forest, and trail maps.
- DNR's Recreation Guide. Statewide map of DNR's designated recreation areas. Provides a key to the different type of recreation uses permitted in each area and driving directions.