Summit Bike Park
COMING SOON! At the peak of mountain biking in the I-90 corridor, featuring classic northwest flowing forest trails to rowdy rock slabs and technical descents. We plan to open phase one of the Summit Bike Park mid-summer 2022 with 5 trails, ranging from beginner to expert.
Bike Park Overview
Located at Silver Fir
1,000 ft of Vertical
2+ Mile Green Flow Trail
The Summit Bike Park will operate out of the Silver Fir Lodge, with lift access from Silver Fir Express. Beginner and intermediate flow trails weave through the forests back down to the base, while advanced and expert trails extend to Central Express before returning back to the Silver Fir area. We plan to open the park with variety of trails from beginner flow all the way up to the expert technical downhill trails.
The map above shows planned phase one trails on public (USFS) lands and Summit private property. Several trails will not be completed prior to opening the park during the summer of 2022.
We know you're excited, but Summit trails will not be open for use until the park has opened. We're working hard to bring you an amazing mountain bike experience at The Summit so please respect the builders, the mountain, your fellow bikers, and the environment by obeying closures. Riding closed trails will result in loss of access privileges. If you're looking for places to ride along the I-90 corridor, check out the link below. Thank you for your support and understanding!
Project Progress Updates
Last season the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance crew made significant progress on green and blue trail construction in the Silver Fir region of the park. While some additional construction is needed to put tires on the trails, we plan to get started just as soon as the snow melts with the goal to start spinning Silver Fir for local riders mid-summer.
More Construction Photos
We understand this is an incredibly exciting addition to our mountain and know you're all stoked learn more about the progress made. Keep in mind these trail segments are under construction and are not open for any use until the park is open.