Riding areaMontesano City Forest
Voted DifficultyBlue (1 vote)
Bike typeXC, Fat
TTFs on trailBridge
This is one of the original skidder roads for logging in the early 1900's. It can be ridden as an out and back and on the ride back it has just enough drop to keep you spinning and carving the turns.
Some riders use it for a connector to the Cougar Rocks, OD, and East Fork Sylvia Creek trails.
It's a wet trail most of the year but from the middle of summer to early fall when is drier is best.
Parking at Lake Sylvia State Park
Local Trail Association
More Stats for West Fork Sylvia Creek mountain bike trail
Altitude change326 ft
Altitude min90 ft
Altitude max416 ft
Altitude start90 ft
Altitude end416 ft
Distance climb1 miles
Distance down760 ft
Distance flat2 miles
Avg reverse time00:29:24
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
West Fork Sylvia... Trail Reports
Jan 15, 2018 @ 9:03amJan 15, 2018
|Large ponds in spots. Trail work today pushing mud off the trail and cleaning and adding drainage to the work that Steve and Eileen have done.|
Jul 10, 2017 @ 4:20pmJul 10, 2017
|City cleared it about a week ago. Should be good for a while. Some places never dry out, but it's as dry as it gets.|
Jul 4, 2017 @ 4:03pmJul 4, 2017
|Open and in good shape. Nice job of brush clearing has been done. There are still a couple of wet seeps. If you're hauling back down the trail...|
Jun 11, 2017 @ 7:08pmJun 11, 2017
|tree down. didn't have hand saw. branches and brush taking over. hard to see the trail in some spots.|
Feb 20, 2017 @ 2:17pmFeb 20, 2017
|Cleared tree. Didn't ride up any further. Too wet. Bridges very slippery|
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