Family Trails & Conditions
Conditions Updated 11/27/19
Enjoy Some of the Best Biking in the Northwest
At Methow Cycle & Sport, we're committed to providing you with the best information on all things cycling, including bike products and services in our shop as well as trail conditions to help you get out and ride in the Methow Valley. Check back here for updates before you head out, as riding conditions vary and new trails open frequently. Been out riding? Let us know about trail conditions.
Mazama Junction to Suspension Bridge
Current Conditions: Snow-covered, fatbikes recommended. A smooth, rolling, out-and-back ride of about 5 miles round trip. Side by side riding on the two-track path crossing creeks and meadows with great river views. Electric assist bikes not allowed.
Valley-bottom, wide, multi-use trail located between Winthrop and Mazama. Great for families, canine friends and beginner riders. Trail travels through forest, meadows and along the Methow river. Shallow, running water over small sections of outer loop trail. 4-6 miles. Thanks to an agreement between the Department of Fish and Wildlife and Methow Trails, no pass required for parking or riding. Electric assist bikes not allowed.
Methow Valley Community Trail
Ride through meadows and forests and along the Methow River between Wolf Creek Road/Brown's Farm Trailhead and Mazama. 6 miles each way. Additional trails available from the Mazama Corral Trailhead to add miles or create a lollipop loop. Good trail for beginners and families. Note that the Community Trail is not open from the Brown's Farm Trailhead south to Winthrop in the summer months. No pass required for parking or riding. Electric assist bikes not allowed.
NOTE: Rex Derr will be closed Tuesday, Nov. 19th for winter trail prep work. Enjoy something for everyone at Pearrygin Lake State Park. Beginner to intermediate rolling hills on single and double track trails with beautiful lake and mountain vistas. Start at the Lake Creek trailhead or other multiple access points and create your own ride. Do a loop or out-n-back, add the Bear Creek Road, make it long, make it short, it's all up to you. Electric assist bikes allowed.
“LET'S DO THIS”
Hi, I'm Charles but you can call me Chuck. I’ve been a shop dog my entire life. I like the shop because it's where I get my belly rubbed, kids pet me, delivery drivers bring me treats, and lucky locals take me on hikes from time to time.
When I'm not at the shop (or going big in the back country), you might find me running around a great off-leash bike trail out at Big Valley which is about half-way between Winthrop and Mazama. Be safe and take care out there!