Near Bremerton, Gold Creek and Wildcat are interconnecting Green Mountain trails, with Beaver Pond as a popular loop for Gold Creek and Tin Mine as a spur with some fireroad connectors.
This popular, but short, non-destination system of Washington DNR trails are worth checking out if in the area.
The two most popular rides are the 9mi (2750' ascent) Wildcat to Vista OAB and the Gold Creek-Beaver Pond lollipop.
Don't let the short ride lengths deceive. These rides include 10% grade ascents, although over relatively short distances. So expect to be challenged but not to the point of exhaustion.
Plummer and the unmaintained Tin Mine can be added to either main ride and those seeking more ascent can ride from TH to TH or add Beaver Pond to the Wildcat ride.
The 1680' Green Mountain summit is the second highest peak on the Kitsap Peninsula. The .25mi trail nearest the summit parking area is closed to bikes, so be sure to walk that section.
Beaver Pond Trail, Gold Creek Trail, Plummer Trail, Tin Mine Trail, Vista Trail, Wildcat Trail
1.9 Mile Trail, Deraileur 2 Trail, Hoof and Tail Trail, Howell Lake Trail, JBxR Trail, Mission Creek Trail, Noble Trail, Northwest Passage Trail, Nucleus Trail, Overland Trail, Rail's Grade Trail, Raines Grade Trail, Randy's H2O Stop Trail, Road Apple Trail, Salmon Trail, Sims Trail, Stoffer Trail, Tayuha River Trail, Tommy Trail, Twin Lakes Trail, UB Lost Trail
Ranking consistently applied to all of the listed trails.