Outdoors

Bud Blancher Trail now links Eatonville and Pack Forest thanks to 2 new bridges

The bridges are in on Eatonville’s new Bud Blancher Trail and the town is now linked to Pack Forest.

In fact, a 7-mile bike ride can now get you from the ball fields on Lynch Creek Road in town to the summit register of Hugo Peak.

The trail is mostly crushed rock but turns to a dirt road after the second bridge. The road deposits users in Pack Forest where they have more than 50 miles of dirt roads and trails to explore. Keep in mind hunting is allowed in Pack Forest this time of year.

The bridges cross of the Mashel and Little Mashel rivers.

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