Saint Edwards State Park and Big Finn Hill King County Park

Kirkland, Washington 98034

Saint Edwards State Park and Big Finn Hill King County Park

Saint Edwards State Park & Big Finn Hill King County Park Professional Review and Guide

"Side by side, Saint Edwards State and Big Finn Hill Parks provide fat-tire zealots with 372 acres of trails that twist, turn, roll, drop, and climb over roots, rocks, gravel, hard-pack singletrack, jumps, bumps, logs, man-made obstacles, dusty loose dirt in summer, and hub-deep clinging mud in winter.

Although the mileage listed above is low compared with rides farther away from the megatropolis of the Emerald City, the area offers nearly as many combinations of trails as there are Starbucks in Seattle. Cyclists can spend hours in the saddle exploring all the different routes before becoming familiar with the seething snakepit-like maze of trails. However, the popularity of the two parks and their tremendously easy access are also the area’s biggest downfall. Trail surface: Singletrack."

Saint Edwards State Park & Big Finn Hill King County Park Reviews

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6/1/2008
This was my first time mountain biking on a trail (or doing anything on a trail for that matter). It was a lot of fun and easy enough for a novice rider like me. But there were also more challenging courses, and obstacles, for those who chose to take them.
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11/23/2007
This place is a lot of fun. St. Edwards Start Park itself is fine for novices, but Big Finn Hill park is a blast. Lots of man-made obstacles and a few small hills. Most of the obstacles can be ridden around too so it's a great place for groups with mixed abilities. Don't plan on a big workout though as there aren't any climbs more than a couple hundred yards.
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Trail Information

Kirkland
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
10
Distance
Several options
Trail Type
Easy to Difficult
Technical Difficulty
Easy to Difficult
Physical Difficulty
1 to 2 hours
Duration
Year-round
Season
King County Parks
Local Contacts
Washington Atlas and Gazetteer; USGS Bellevue North, Seattle North
Local Maps

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