Pilchuck Tree Farm consists of three tracts of privately owned tree farm land: Victoria, Pilchuck and Armstrong.
As with all tree farms, expect trail closures and honor posted signs, which will indicate where active logging is happening. Conflicts between commercial logging and biking are often resolved with biking prohibitions, so please respect the stated rules for any tree farm ride.
The monument is a tribute to the tree farm founder, Robert Henry Hauberg, who started the farm in 1948.
The Pilchuck Recreational Association has worked with the tree farm owners for several decades and has a short list of rules stated on their website. Honoring posted closures and the property in general covers most of the rules.
Equestrians use these trails so yield the trail to them and be careful not to startle the horses. Speak to the rider in a normal tone if approaching from behind, so the horse knows someone is behind them.
There are no defined routes in either the Victoria or Armstrong tract, but the TH locations lead to some obvious loops.
The terrain is moderate enough for most trails to be ridden in either direction but as always, go with the flow.
The established trails have a hard buffed surface.
Pilchuck and Victoria tracts are closed November 1st - April 30th.
Not shown on the maps, the Pilchuck tract has a large number of interconnecting trails. The Armstrong tract has more trails to the east of the power lines than is shown.
Like most private land bike areas, trails come and go, and sometimes come back again, so the maps are intended more to give a general feel of the terrain and layout than to represent all of the current open trails.
Ranking consistently applied to all of the listed trails.