Despite the constant logging and ORV use, the massive circuit of trails known as Victor Falls is one of Puget Sound’s most frequented mountain biking areas. Located on the ridge above the Puyallup River, more than thirty named routes and countless others combine to form a maze of twisting, winding, turning, rolling trails totaling some 40-plus miles. Motocross riders have been gouging these trails into the landscape for decades.
The result is an intermediate to advanced mountain bike paradise of banked turns, kinky singletrack, and tricky technical topography. Today non-motorized knobbular Samaritans cut new singletrack on a regular basis. Not only are riders able to explore these new trails but the trails are usually narrow enough to keep ORV riders from using them. The same goes for equestrians. Trail surface: Gravel, dirt, sand, and mud.
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