This is a fun network of tight and twisty singletrack. There are several trails so lots of variations are possible. There are some roots, rocks, and logs to deal with, but the biggest obstacle is the mud.
The trails get extremely wet and muddy in winter and spring so please avoid these trails in bad conditions.
How to get there:
From I-90 take the Issaquah Front Street exit. Head North under the freeway onto E Lake Samamish. At the second stop light, turn right onto Issaquah-Fall City Rd and head up the hill. At the second stop light, continue straight onto Issaquah-Pine Lake rd. Follow Issaquah-Pine Lake Rd to its end. At the end of the road, turn right onto 228 Ave. SE and then at the next light, turn right onto SE 24th St.
Follow SE 24th Street to its end at Beaver Lake Park. Turn left onto West Beaver Lake Drive SE. Follow this road for exactly .9 miles to a small gravel turnout on the right side of the road (Just before a deer crossing sign. Park here. (This area is small so you may have to park elsewhere). Though you may not see it, the trailhead is immediately across the street.
If you have trouble finding the actual trailhead, just park anywhere and then ride along West Beaver Lake Drive SE. If you see a driveway with a housenumber 1310 then you've gone too far.
Keep track of your turns while you are riding! It's easy to get lost.