Stevens Pass Bike Park
DOWNHILL BIKING IN WASHINGTON AT STEVENS PASS
Stevens Pass Bike Park features four trails, intermediate excavated trail “Rock Crusher”, advanced single track “Slingshot Wookie”, “Advanced Jump Trail”, and intermediate single track “Lichen it”. You can see live temps here and open a large trail map.
2015 update from the bike park:
2015 was a great year for Stevens Pass Bike Park, they had the earliest ever opening day for the bike park! Opening the bike park for the 2015 summer season Saturday, May 23rd, 2015!
Bike Park Season Passes
$199 plus tax for ages 14 & over
|$174 plus tax for ages 13 & under.
Buy your pass today and play in the dirt with us all summer long!
In other bike park news, phase 2 of our development plan is in the process of approval and we are looking forward to breaking ground on some new trail connectors to add extra ammo to our growing trail arsenal. This season, we will once again be hosting 2 stops on the NW Cup tour: Round 5 July 31-August 2nd, and Round 7 Finals September 11-13th! Be sure to stay tuned to the website and the bike park Facebook for all the news that’s fit to print!
We hope to see you out on the trails soon! ”
A new waiver must be completed according to our waiver policy each year. If you are under the age of 18, waivers must be signed by a legal guardian in the presence of a Stevens Pass Bike Park employee or witnessed by a Notary Public. You may download the waiver from this site. If you do not have a photo ID proving you are 18, you will be regarded as being under 18.
Ticket prices are just:
Ages 14 & Over
$35 / day including tax.
Ages 13 & Under
$29 / day including tax.
Beginner Trail Shuttle – We’re offering van shuttle rides to the lower section of the beginner trail. Rides are complimentary with the purchase of a lift ticket and great for those new to the bike park. Talk to any rental or ticket staff member to arrange a ride.
4-day Ticket Pack:
Ages 14 & Over
$119 / tax included
Ages 13 & Under
$99 / tax included
Rental bikes include 6 Trek Session 8’s and 3 Session 88’s. Full face helmets are also available.
All ticketing, rentals, and food service are available in the pacific crest lodge on the left as you come up the stairs from the main archway. Learn more at www.stevensbikepark.com
DOWNHILL BIKE TRAILS AT STEVENS PASS
Here is a interactive trail map on YouTube by PixelBanger. Choose one of three trails and it will show you a bit of footage. Choose “map” in the lower right corner to go back to the main screen.
Rock Crusher has been riding very well and will only get better as we continue to build features, jumps, etc.
Slingshot Wookie is the ever-changing trail and is getting rockier, rootier, and faster with each passing day.
Lichen-it is a new intermediate single track. There are over 20 bridges built on this trail which gives it a flavor much different than the other two. And is that a rock roller we see?
Advanced Jump Trail
Advanced jump trail – construction on this new trail will begin in August. This trail peels off of Rock Crusher about a third of the way down to connect with the lower section of Slingshot Wookie.
Downhill Racing – Stevens Pass will never be the same!
“The NW CUP at Stevens Pass were absolutely awesome! – Stevens Pass Video Man
SUMMER SCENIC LIFT RIDES AT STEVENS PASS
Don’t ride a mountain bike but still want to check out the mountain scenery at Stevens Pass? Then try this out – The Hogsback Chairlift opens for scenic sightseeing rides! Take the 7 minute chair ride up and enjoy the beautiful vistas of Stevens Pass and the surrounding Cascade Mountains. Its a great way to take a break, stretch your legs and get some fresh mountain air while driving over Stevens Pass.
Sightseeing at Stevens Pass Scenic Ride tickets can be purchased in the main lodge this summer and are available Saturdays – Sundays 10am – 5:30pm.
There is also food and drinks available and ice cold beverages including draft and assorted beers.