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Stevens Pass Bike Park is one of North America’s younger bike parks. They opened their doors on July 6th 2012. Stevens Pass is Washington State's one and only lift-accessed bike park. They feature 5 main trails; an intermediate flow trail (Rock Crusher), two intermediate singletracks (Lichen It and Lovin It) and an advanced single track (Slingshot Wookie). Summer 2013, the bike park opened their newest trail called PBR (PoweredByRudolph), named after their late marketing director Chris Rudolph. PBR is an advanced jump trail, and it is about 70% complete. Also in the works for 2014 is a new beginner- flow- trail that gradually progresses from top to bottom. Most importantly, Stevens Pass has plans to start construction on 7 new trails...just waiting for Forest Service approval!
For the first time in 2013, the bike park offered a season pass for $199 for anyone interested. They have three chair lifts running: Daisy, Hogsback, and Skyline. If you want to stay close to the resort consider an RV hook-up for the low price of only $20 a night.
Stevens Pass Bike Park is located in some of the most scenic mountain ranges in the world. It is only a 30-mile drive from the lively and unusual Bavarian town of Leavenworth, WA. Leavenworth has an incredibly good brewery called Icicle Brewing Company. It is the place to be while spending time in Leavenworth. You must try the Bootjack IPA! All hotel accommodations exist in and around Leavenworth. There are no hotels up at the bike park, so you must be prepared for the drive to/from everyday if you ride multiple days in a row.
If you don't have your own bike, no worries, Trek Session 8 DH bikes, full-face helmets and protective gear is available for rent at the park (call 206-812-7844 to reserve).
Daily Lift Ticket: $29-35 (tax included)
Daily Operations: Friday-Sunday, 10am-6pm