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Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park

A wooden ramp in the foreground turns off into the lush green forest

About the Park

Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park is a world-renown destination located in 120 acres of dense evergreen forest located on the Sammamish Plateau. The trails at Duthie Hill Park make for a fun and challenging place to ride mountain bikes with many opportunities to develop skills. Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park provides an exceptional riding experience for riders of all ages, styles, and skill levels.

The trail network was developed and is cared for in partnership with the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance and hundreds of volunteers, as part of King County’s Community Partnerships and Grants program.

A six-mile network of rolling single-track trails forms a four-leaf clover shape, with the 2.5-acre central clearing serving as the hub. Inside each cloverleaf, free-riders will find a network of downhill-only trails loaded with berms, jumps, and drop-offs. Hikers and trail runners may use the perimeter trails. All trails are one-way.

In the clearing, there are informational kiosks, skill-building features, an engraved donor bench, a picnic shelter, and a great central location to socialize.

Stewardship of Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park creates a dynamic forested ecosystem balancing forest management activities, water quality, wildlife habitat, and recreational activities. Many people enjoy the annual Evergreen Mountain Bike Festivalat Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park every June.

From Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park, riders can venture onto the trails at Grand Ridge Park, which connects directly to the south, and Soaring Eagle Park less than 2 miles to the north.

Park activities and facilities

Dog walking


Mountain biking


26300 Southeast Issaquah-Fall City Road

Nearby Bus Stops

Routes 216, 219, and 269 stop on Issaquah Pine Lake Road Southeast & Southeast 47th Way.


The 74-vehicle parking lot is on the north side of Issaquah-Fall City Road.


The main trailhead is located in the parking lot on Southeast Issaquah-Fall City Road.