Lichen It

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0.8 Miles 1.3 Kilometers


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Ascent

-415' -127 m

Descent

4,793' 1,461 m

High

4,378' 1,335 m

Low

10%

Avg Grade (6°)

29%

Max Grade (16°)

Bad / Closed

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Twisty trail with plenty of bridges, roots, and rocks.

Eric Ashley

Overview

Stevens Pass is a lift served mountain bike park operating from late June to early October. The park is open Thursday-Sunday. A chairlift ticket can be purchased for $39. For more information and current hours visit: stevensbikepark.com/
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First you're Lichen It and than you'll be Luvin It this is the mantra behind these two intermediate technical trails.

Lichen It composes the top half as it winds its way through rich woodlands. It's chock full of rocks, roots, and over twenty bridges as it crosses over an idyllic babbling brook. The road to grandma's house can be challenging to navigate as you battle for the best line in the rock turns. Mud tracks on the permitter of the fiercest turns suggest the best lines are had by the bold.

For an extra treat, keep a look out for a large optional rock roll directly after the trail crossing with Golden Spike.

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Jun 9, 2015
james jackson
Lifts were not open so I hiked it twice. Pretty fun, little rocky and very low previous snow season so it was a bit dry. Pretty fun and flowy 2mi

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Bad / Closed 39 days ago
Closed till summer 2017.
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