Riding areaTiger Mountain
Trail UsageBiking Primary
DirectionDownhill OnlyPopular direction shown
Climb DifficultyDouble Black Diamond
TTFs on trailBerm, Drop, Jump
Land ManagerWashington State DNR
Built in partnership with Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, Megafauna trail extends from the bottom of The Legend trail descent with a new expert-only downhill riding experience. Like Legend but as steep as Upper Predator. The double black rating is no joke.
A big thank you to the dedicated volunteers who joined Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance this spring to share their time and talents for building these trails. Along with your efforts, the Easy, Tiger extension and Megafauna trails were made possible through a Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program state lands development grant, awarded to DNR by the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office.
Please become a member of Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance & support Washington State DNR as they improve and expand mountain bike trails here in Washington State!
Ride down the Legend, cross the road and look for the trail sign.
Local Trail Association
More Stats for Megafauna mountain bike trail
Altitude change-261 ft
Altitude min983 ft
Altitude max1,244 ft
Altitude start1,244 ft
Altitude end983 ft
Distance climb131 ft
Distance down1,084 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
Megafauna Trail Reports
Feb 18, 2018 @ 6:15pmFeb 18, 2018
|Wet as expected but snow free and good to go!|
Dec 21, 2017 @ 11:42pmDec 21, 2017
Dec 6, 2017 @ 9:54pmDec 6, 2017
Nov 20, 2017 @ 7:34amNov 20, 2017
|Megafauna is running great. The trail was raked on 11/19 with minor tread repair done after the steep LH turn following the step up to avoid...|
Oct 30, 2017 @ 8:07amOct 30, 2017
|Perfect dirt right now|
Dirt Corps Trails
Routes with this trail
|Winter Technical Training Ride Below Snow Level||13 miles|
|Tiger Winter Route||14 miles|
|One Day to Ride Tiger Mountain||10 miles|
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