Current Methow Valley Trail Conditions:* Last Updated 7/2/2015
Cutthroat: Open. Clear through the last switchback. One of the best alpine trails available.
Angel's Staircase/Foggy Dew/Merchants Basin: Open and in fantastic shape-may encounter snow above Cooney Lake. Best ridden clock-wise. If able to drop a car at Foggy Dew Campground, try riding from Crater Creek TH to Foggy Dew CG--5200' descent!!!
Buck Mountain: Open and riding well. The trail can be ridden the traditional way from Cub Creek or the 2012 re-route from Buck Lake! This is a must ride trail!
Sun Mountain: Open! Ride from Winthrop and forget the car keys. Check out the re-routes on Magpie, Black Bear and Dave's Dive which were IMBA and Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance - Methow Chapter projects
Pipestone Canyon: Open! Great early season ride can include the east rim trail to make a loop and Bowen Mtn/Lester Road singletrack to add distance and fun factor
Lightning Creek: Open. Use caution as trail was burned in Carlton Complex 2014 fire. Combine with Middle Fork Beaver or Bear Mountain for more distance and fun!
Middle Fork Beaver Creek: Open. Great section of trail that will put a smile on your face. . If you haven't discovered this gem, you should. Connect it with Bear Mountain and North Summit Loup Loup for a longer ride. Enjoy the flow!
Bear Mountain: Open. One of our favorites! Combine with North Summit XC trails at Loup Loup for a full mountain experience. For those that like a good sweet descent after climbing--this should be on your bucket list.
Cedar Creek: Open. Great ride west of Mazama and one of Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance - Methow Chapter's favorite trails. Some trail work has been done recently and more to come.
Rendezvous Basin Trails: Open! A good alternative to some of the local favorites. Roughly an eleven mile singletrack loop that flows nicely in rolling terrain. Map and ride guide available at the shop.
Starvation Mountain/Blue Buck: open and recently cleared of trees. Methow Valley Classic! Amazing loop and great scenery.
West Fork Methow Trail: Closed due to avalanche trail damage. Unlikely to re-open this season
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* Conditions are current within a week or so. Please keep in mind that conditions change constantly and we do our best to provide the most accurate information. Enjoy!