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Stevens Pass Mountain Bike Park
Trail Guide

Stevens Pass Bike Park features Washington State’s only chairlift accessed downhill mountain bike trails, and they are big-time fun. After the snow melts each year Stevens Pass ski and snowboard resort transforms its operations to serve downhill mountain bikers with a fun and fast growing network of trails for mountain bikers of all ability levels. Downhill bikes and protective equipment are recommended.
 Total  Trails9 Difficulty Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert
 Total Distance7.5 miles Style Downhill
Stevens Pass mountain bike park
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Golden Spike & Morooka Motion
Beginner | 1.7 Miles  | 894' descent

The Golden Spike and Morooka Motion trails are a great introduction to lift accessed downhill mountain biking. The trails combine to provide a beginner rated top to bottom option for Stevens Pass. The trails are wide, smooth trails with fun rollers and built up berms. These twists and turns work their way down the ski hill. Mountain bikers have the option to jump onto the Lichen It trail off of Golden Spike, or Continue onto Morooka Motion.

Lichen It & Luvin It
Intermediate | 1.39 Miles | 787' descent

The Lichen It & Luvin It trails are a fun intermediate combination of trails that weave in and out of the forest at Stevens Pass. The trails are fairly smooth overall, with some technical sections and rock gardens. There are over 20 bridges and creek crossings on these trails, which is pretty fun. There are definitely some tight and root-filled corners, but there are also some more high-speed sections.  

Rock Crusher
Intermediate | 1.7 Miles | 842' descent 

The Rock Crusher trail at Stevens Pass is fun machine-built downhill trail rated for intermediate mountain bikers. Advanced riders will certainly still enjoy this trail opting to jump some features that intermediate riders may roll over. Rock Crusher is smooth overall with large sweeping berms and rolling jumps that are tabletop shaped. The big berms are a ton of fun, and the rollers are perfect to get comfortable with airtime.

Piranha Bird
Intermediate | .51 Miles | 262' descent

Piranha Bird is a short, tight and berm-filled trail that shoots off of the Rock Crusher trail. It is a fun trail to add some variety to the intermediate offerings of Stevens Pass. Prinaha Bird is a little bit tighter and turnier than Rock Crusher.

Slingshot Wookie
Advanced | .62 Miles | 538' descent

Slingshot Wookie is one of the two advanced downhill trails at Stevens Pass. This trail is tight and technical. Lots of rocks and roots will keep even the most confident advanced mountain bike riders on their toes from top to bottom. This is not a smooth, buffed out downhill trail, it’s rough, gnarly and fun.  

PBR (Powered by Rudolph)
Advanced| .92 Miles | 563' descent 

The PBR trail branches of Rock Crusher with a big drop right at the start. The trail continues with large sweeping berms and fun tabletops. The jumps and berms are pretty hard to beat, with high speed, good airtime, and nice flow. The jumps are all tabletops, and no gaps. There are a couple rad rolling ladders, and bermed/wallride ladders, too. PBR is the best jump trail at Stevens Pass.

Expert | .64 Miles | 709' descent

Berserker is Stevens Pass’ lone expert downhill trail. The rating is well deserved, with big drops and technical riding right off of the bat. The trail is definitely more technical than flowy, with obstacles and tricky lines everywhere.
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How to Get to Stevens Pass:
Parking & Directions

The Stevens Pass Mountain Bike Park is located at Stevens Pass Mountain Resort on Highway 2. Driving from Seattle to Stevens Pass from Seattle takes about one hour and 45 minutes.
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Typical Weather & Riding Conditions

With its location at the Stevens Pass ski and snowboard area the opening date of the mountain bike park depends on how much snow falls in the winter. Typically, the season is from mid June through October. During the summer months, the trails can can dry and dusty. Tickets for mountain biking at Stevens Pass can be bought at the mountain, or discounted lift tickets can be purchased at the evo Seattle store.

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