Ferry County Motorcycle Trails

Rugged beauty and wild adventure await you on Ferry County Motorcycle Trails

“You do not need a therapist if you own a motorcycle, any kind of motorcycle!” -Dan Aykroyd

Ferry County, in Northeast Washington, has motorcycle trails to satisfy the skill levels of all riders. Wild and rugged, the northeast corner of Washington state offers the opportunity for motorcycle enthusiasts to get out and enjoy uncrowded and unspoiled wilderness. These trails offer spectacular scenery, with difficulty that ranges from moderate to extreme.[read more=”Read more” less=”Read less”]

From the trail, you will be rewarded with extensive views, and experience a variety of terrain. Travel through sweeping open areas and rocky, steep inclines. Some trails may be combined to form larger loops. Dispersed camping allowed along some trails, see individual trail descriptions for more information. Please keep in mind that on National Forest lands, motorcycles must be street legal.[/read]

See a list below of Ferry County Motorcycle Trails for locations and details.


Huckleberry Jeep Trail #12110
Mack Mt ATV #98 and Twin Sisters Jeep #109
Owl Mt Jeep Trail #102
Thompson Ridge Trail #107
Mack Mt ATV
US Mt Jeep Trail #76

Please visit these organizations for more information about hitting the trails in Ferry County on a motorcycle:

Colville National Forest ferry county motorcycle trails   Pacific North West Motorcycle Association- Ferry County Motorcycle Trails Northwest Motorcycle Association- Ferry County Motorcycle trails