Capitol State Forest Green Line to Mima Porter Loop, Lost Valley Loop, Larch Mountain Loop, and Rock Candy Mountain

Littlerock, Washington 98556

Capitol State Forest Green Line to Mima Porter Loop, Lost Valley Loop, Larch Mountain Loop, and Rock Candy Mountain

Capitol State Forest: Green Line to Mima Porter Loop, Lost Valley Loop, Larch Mountain Loop, & Rock Candy Mountain Professional Review and Guide

"Conveniently located just 5 miles south of Olympia, Capitol Forest is home to some of the state’s most outstanding off-road riding. Mountain bikers will discover miles and miles of joy-inducing singletrack weaving throughout 90,000 square acres of Douglas fir, western red cedar, hemlock, red alder, big-leaf and vine maples, willow, and cascara.

Open to the public since 1955, the forest holds adventures for hikers, campers, hunters, equestrians, and motocross riders. And although more than 150,000 outdoor enthusiasts visit Capitol Forest each year, the trails are fairly traffic free. There are simply so many miles of trails that riders won’t run into too many other people—unless you’re caught in a motocross poker run. Don’t worry; below you’ll find four trails to choose from. ORVs are permitted on only two."

Capitol State Forest: Green Line to Mima Porter Loop, Lost Valley Loop, Larch Mountain Loop, & Rock Candy Mountain Reviews

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Capitol State Forest: Green Line to Mima Porter Loop, Lost Valley Loop, Larch Mountain Loop, & Rock Candy Mountain Photos

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Trail Information

Littlerock
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
73
Distance
Several options
Trail Type
Moderate to Difficult
Technical Difficulty
2 hours to all-day
Duration
Year-round, but unridable in rainy season
Season
Washington State Forest
Local Contacts
Washington Atlas and Gazetteer; USGS Capitol Peak
Local Maps

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Jul 2018