From Evergreen Trail Guide
Cherry Valley has long been a "locals" place to ride. There are no maps available and due to its vast nature, can be pretty confusing. If you head in without a local, you may not find the trails.
Some of the property is private although it is backed up by Marckworth State Forest and Hancock Timber property. The system is a mixture of logging roads in various stages of use and user built singletrack. It mostly is on the north side of Cherry Creek, leading up the hill to Lake Margaret. Highlight of the ride is the falls on Cherry Creek, upstream from the main riding area. A must do on hot summer days. Area can accommodate beginners.
How to find it
I-405 to SR 522. Take the 195th- Duvall exit. Head east (Woodinville-Duvall Rd) until you cross the river & come into the town of Duvall. Turn left on SR-203, heading North, and then an immediate right onto NE Cherry Valley Road, going uphill. Take this 4 miles to a hard right bend, also intersection with 318th/Mountain View Rd. Club rides will usually start from this intersection. If you pass the Cherry Gardens Community Club, you've gone a bit too far.
To enter the area, find the gated dirt road 100 feet past (the intersection (south) across from Cherry Gardens.
Please do not park in the Cherry Gardens Club lot.
The first image thumbnail (PDF) below is a map of the area. Most of the interesting trails are in the area south of Lake Margaret.
Here you describe how the trails hold up with rain, late in the summer, etc.
CV is in great shape (if a little dusty) as of mid-July. The trails have recently been brushed. (7/09) Sedison 10:54, 24 July 2009 (PDT)
This is where you describe the trail and route in detail.
Local Points of Interest
Here you might list nearby places to get a bite to eat, nearby bike shops, etc.
Here you mention anything that doesn't fit in the other categories.
This is for information about the trail's history with respect to mountain biking, the land owner, etc.