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360 Park
Mountain Bike Trail Guide

360 Park is an awesome trail system located just outside of Gig Harbor. There are great trails for riders of all skill levels from beginners to expert freeride mountain bikers. The recent addition of some jump trails has greatly expanded the freeride options and built the biggest jumps in the South Puget Sound area. For mountain bikers that are still shy to airtime, there are plenty of fun and flowy trails in the northwestern corner of the park. 360 Park drains very well, making it a nice riding destination all year long.
 Total  Trails 10 Difficulty Beginner, Intermediate, Expert
 Total Distance6.5 miles Style XC, All-Mountain, Freeride

Trails & 360 Park Trail Map

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Main Trail
Beginner | 2.4 Miles | 242' Climb | 151' Descent

Main Trail is, as the name suggests, the cardinal trail at 360 Park, accessing all of the other trails. The trail is a 2.4 miles lollipop from the main parking area. Main Trail is primarily gravel doubletrack, making it great for families and children.

The East Wing
Intermediate | 1 Mile | 168' Climb (South to North)| 133' Descent 

The East Wing is a good cross country style alternative trail to riding the gravel Main Trail. It is not a very technical ride, but the short, punchy, climbs are challenging. There are some switchbacks, too.

Ticket to Ride
Intermediate | 2.8 Miles | 532' Climb | 595' descent

Ticket To Ride is a super fun flow trail that weaves it’s way up and down through the 360 Park. The flow is great with berms and side-jumps everywhere. There are a couple of small drops and optional skinnies throughout, but no large features. Ticket To Ride has a lot of steep up and down sections with punchy. These climbs combined with the fun flow will have riders legs burning and face smiling by the end of this 2.8 mile trail. Add on the Banner Loop for an extra .33miles of cross country style riding.

Extra Credit
Intermediate | .43 Miles | 99' Climb | 100' Descent

Extra Credit is a fun jump line that spurs off of Ticket To Ride. There are two descents and their accompanying climbs. All of the jumps are rollable, even the couple with small gaps. The second descent is longer, with super fun jumps and a step-up to cap it off.

Jump Line

The intermediate jump line is super fun for intermediate and advanced mountain bikers. There are primarily low consequence tabletops that are awesome for learning how to handle airtime. More advanced riders will have fun boosting the gaps and taking more air.

Blood Pressure
Expert Freeride Line

Blood Pressure is the newest trail at 360 Park. The jumps on Blood Pressure range from about 10’ up to 25’, they’re certainly the largest in the South Puget Sound region, and some of the largest public mountain bike jumps in Washington state. The features have a lot of variety top to bottom, with doubles, gaps, hips, and sharkfins. The berm near the bottom might be the biggest in Washington, all of the features are awesome machine built goodness. Expert freeride mountain bikers will have a blast sessioning Blood Pressure. The expert freeride trail was donated to the Park by local business Northwest Tech, who just happens to also make awesome mountain bike jerseys and mountain bike shorts. Needless to say, these guys know how to make quality jump trails.

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How to Get to 360 Park:
Parking & Directions

The 360 Park mountain bike trails are located a short drive northwest of Gig Harbor. Take Highway 16 north and exit for Purdy. Turn left to cross the bridge, and continue on Highway 302 for about three miles until 144th St. NW where the parking lot is located on the right.
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Typical Weather & Riding Conditions

All of the trails at 360 Park drain very well after rainstorms. This means they can be ridden all year long, even in the wet winter. During the hot summer months, the trails can get pretty dusty.

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