This trail is within the Green Mountain Forest and can be combined with the Beaver Pond Trail to make a good loop ride. However the Beaver Pond Trail requires more technical skills. From the trailhead the climb to the high point is steady with some short steep sections but the Vista Point at the top is your reward with great views of the Olympic Range to the west and the Puget Sound and Seattle to your east. The descent is fantastic especially since about every corner on the trail down has berms. On your way down though be cautious of the many hikers and bikers on the trail especially on weekends.
How to get there:
From Seattle, drive south on I-5 to Tacoma. Take Hwy 16 north across the Narrows Bridge toward Bremerton. Just south of Bremerton bear right onto Hwy 3 (north) and take it past Bremerton to Chico Way exit. At the end of the ramp turn left onto Chico Way. Turn right onto Northlake Way, and then bear right onto Seabeck Hwy. Go 3.2 miles, then turn left onto Holly Road. Go 1.9 miles and find Green Mountain's Wildcat Trailhead on the left. ( If you ride the ferry from Seattle to Bremerton, take Hwy 304 west. Turn right on Hwy 3, and go north to the Chico exit.)