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Berserker

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0.7 Miles 1.1 Kilometers


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Ascent

-681' -208 m

Descent

4,804' 1,464 m

High

4,123' 1,257 m

Low

20%

Avg Grade (11°)

42%

Max Grade (23°)

Bad / Closed

74 days agoUpdate

A steep and aggressive ridgeline trail.

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 $43. For more information and current hours visit: stevensbikepark.com/
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Description

Stevens Pass upped their advanced riding options with the opening of Berserker in late 2016.

The trail starts next to Slingshot Wookie with a small gap to a wooden table. From there, it passes through the only mellow portion of the trail as it heads for the ridgeline.

Steeps, roots, and soft dirt with mulch play well together here along a route that is largely visible from the chairlift. Make sure to put on a good show.

A couple of chunky rolls and steep shoots join the mix, and there's an optional drop on the mainline with a ride around to the right. Berserker makes a few more steep turns before crossing Slingshot Wookie above the wall ride.

A short and narrow section of trail continues with a nice hipped step-down followed by a step-up. The rest of the trail passes very quickly in a succession of jumps, bumps, and drops.

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