Based out of the Snoqualmie Valley, we offer backcountry tours into some of the most amazing scenery in the state. We are next door to a 100,000 acre tree farm with so much gravel and solitude, it’s pretty ridiculous.
Snoqualmie Pass is only 25 miles east and we can ride gravel all the way from Snoqualmie to Idaho (and far beyond…). At the pass, there are a million directions to go, whether it’s a Stampede Pass / Tacoma Pass loop crossing the PCT, or a ride to Roslyn to get some of the best bbq around.
It’s a pretty unfair to the rest of the state – things are a little too good.
New for 2020 – Custom Fishing Tours
Trout. We have more than 25 lakes from 3 to 300 acres and all 3 Snoqualmie forks to adventure to. Rainbows, Cutthroat, Brookies are all available and are mostly native.
We provide custom tours – instead of riders having to wade through a menu of choices, we’ll show examples of tours and ask 5 questions:
1. How much time do you have? (min 2 hours to overnight for more intense tours)
2. How many are you? (1-4 is ideal)
3. How hard do you want to ride? (we have too many gentle gravel trails to count, but we also have some “hills of truth” for the Egan Bernals out there)
The Tour Details
Why hurt your brain trying to decide which tour you want to go on, especially if you are unfamiliar with the area?
Call us at 425-200-5062 and we’ll ask you a few quick questions:
1. How much time do you have?
2. How hard do you want to ride?
3. How many are you?
4. What day?
5. Do you have a bike and gear?
We’ll have a little chat and talk about route options, equipment, passes if applicable, safety, and basically what to expect.
This is where we do a quick consult with you and head out on an appropriate ride which ranges from flat scenic tours to climbing tours hard enough for you to go cryin’ home to your mama.
We have a seemingly endless list of routes we can use based on weather, your time allotment and your interests.
Do you want to bike to a remote lake or river to fish? We have flyfishing and spinning gear, an ultra light raft, a stashed kayak and decades of local fishing knowledge.