Evans Creek / Trail #311

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5/5 (11 reviews)
Wilkeson, Washington (Pierce County)
Last Updated: 11/16/2023
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Trail # 311 is located in the Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest within the Evans Creek ORV park and is one of a dozen or so trails available in this park designated for 4x4 use, for a total of over 45 miles of trail riding. Trails are well marked and rated from Easy to Most Difficult. This trail has one of the most beautiful views of Mt. Rainier if you are lucky enough to be here on a sunny day. The trail winds up through a mature dark forest, following along and above the access road that leads to the campground. While the rating isn't significantly high, you will still have to contend with tight, twisting turns around trees and stumps. There are some hill climbs that, while not difficult, might make you pucker just a little. 


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5/5 (12)
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35750
Seasonal Closure
Visited: 11/16/2023

This trail is now closed due to seasonal snow levels
This trail guide's difficulty was changed on 06/27/2023
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Rated 5/5
Visited: 06/07/2023

Definitely a fun trail and a great one to get more experience for new drivers. This is probably the easiest trail here at Evans Creek ORV so get your feet wet and be ready for more fun.
Trail Review: Evans Creek / Trail #311 - Michael Graham
Trail Review: Evans Creek / Trail #311 - Michael Graham
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Visited: 05/24/2023

These trails are now open.
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Rated 5/5
Visited: 04/22/2023
Difficulty Accuracy: Easier

Trail is clear and in good condition. Still a lot of snow to get back from the campground to the main entrance. This could prove difficult.

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