Did you know that this charming beach town has some fierce mountain bike trails!? Seabrook takes mountain biking and cycling very seriously.
If you’re serious, be sure to secure your mountain bike to your rig on your way to the beach so you can experience Seabrook’s network of trails. Feel the salty air at the bluff above the Pacific Ocean or the vibration of your handlebars as you cross the rugged forest terrain.
Seabrook’s trails and singletrack accommodate all levels. Just ask Buck from Buck’s Northwest, owner of the local cycling shop. Buck is happy to set you up with just what you need, including bikes, maps, gear – and even bear bells. Everything that fits your competitive-self level, and your family’s, too.
Seabrook has miles of off-road tracks – for enjoyment or training, and always for exhilaration.
Narnia is a great trail for the most direct access to the brand new DNR trails! This 1/2 mile “out and back” trail is found at the end of Horizon Street in the Farm District, and takes you right to the DNR Trails Trailhead!
The DNR Trails offer an excellent variety of difficulty for all mountain bikers young and old! A great place to learn to mountain bike as the trails are wide, clearly marked, and you never get too far from where you started.
Mike-O-Rama is a half-mile long and has 113-foot elevation change. This trail flows very well with a good climb in both directions. The Mike-O-Rama trail has a one-of-a-kind-view halfway through your experience.
Wormhole is a 700-foot long trail with 45-feet of elevation drop. This trail features six berms, three rollers, and two tabletops. This track is a lot of fun for everyone. Downhill traffic only.
Zipline Trail is a quarter-mile long track with 50-feet of elevation change. The Zipline Trail is a flow trail with fun turns, a couple hips and rollers, a cedar bridge, and rock crossings.
Mountain Biking On Seabrook’s DNR Trail Network
Seabrook adds new mountain biking terrain with the addition of the DNR bike trails! Buck Giles of Buck’s Northwest describes why he loves riding in Seabrook.
It Snowed, We Rode – DNR Trails In Snowy Seabrook, Washington
We took full advantage of rare snowfall here in coastal Washington!
Thanks to the local community of enthusiastic riders, Olympic Peninsula Bicycle Alliance, and Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, Seabrook has amazing mountain-bike infrastructure, a new trail development schedule, and a bike-friendly atmosphere.
Please note that ongoing construction in Seabrook may affect certain entrances/availability of biking trails. Call Buck’s Northwest at 360-986-0325 or visit TrailForks.com for the most current information on current trail issues, closures, or more details on trails.
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CURRENT ACCESS SCHEDULE FOR DNR TRAILS: Access to the DNR Trails is restricted to the Narnia Trail between the hours of 8:00am to 5:00pm during the week. Compass Street beyond the Farm District is CLOSED during that time.
Book your stay in Seabrook and take full advantage of the growing beach town and mountain biking adventures!