Looking south, our US neighbor(u)rs at Steven’s Pass are also getting stoked for another epic season in the bike park. With 10 trails to suit all skill levels serviced by a high-speed quad chair, a bike school to help you up your game, bike shop, and a range of cafes, restaurants, and pubs, it’s got everything you need.
The design for the bike park at Steven’s Pass was included as the cornerstone of the Steven’s Pass Summer Plan completed by BHA. In addition to lift-accessed hiking and a sightseeing lift, the mountain bike park was designed to meet the growing demand for lift-accessed downhill mountain biking while positioning Steven’s Pass as a primary day use recreation attraction in central and western Washington. The planning process integrated the existing ski terrain, limiting disturbance to the landscape, addressed all segments of the mountain biking market, provided skills parks to help riders advance their skills, and tied the on-mountain attractions to an attractive, functional, and pedestrian-oriented base area. Since opening in 2011, Steven’s Pass has continued to evolve as a summer recreation destination and has big plans for the future. Opening day is June 22, 2019.