OCTOBER 4, 2019

Summit Bike Park: Map & Public Lands

MAJOR MILESTONE FOR THE SUMMIT BIKE PARK! We're excited to announce that the full phase one trail map including our plans for private and public lands has been released and is open for public comment on the Forest Service's Project website. On the project website you'll find the trail map, public letter, and important details about the need for mountain biking and our plans. We look forward to hearing what the community has to say about this project, so to submit a comment simply follow the link below.

USDA Forest Service Letter

Dear Interested Citizen,

The Summit at Snoqualmie (The Summit) proposes to construct new mountain bike trails on National Forest System Lands (NFS) to be served by the Silver Fir chairlift. The new trails have been designed to operate as a downhill mountain bike park, but also to blend with the existing mountain bike trails at the Summit and improve the summer recreation experience. The bike park would include hand-built single-track as well as wider "flow" trails that will offer different user experiences and provide a variety of difficulty levels to suit riders of all abilities. The proposed bike park project includes elements that occur on both public and private lands. The proposal would include 6.3 miles of new trails on NFS land and 1.5 miles of additional trails on private lands at Summit Central, for a total of 7.8 miles of new mountain bike trails. On NFS land, the new trails would involve disturbance to approximately 3.1 acres and on private lands, the disturbance would involve 0.7 acres, for a total of 3.8 acres... Hit The Link To Continue Reading

Summit Bike Park Project Map

The map above shows planned phase one trails on public (USFS) lands and Summit private property.

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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.

  • All construction sites are closed to any use or access. Please respect the builders and stay out of trail/construction areas.

  • We're working closely with the United States Forest Service to go through the approval process for construction on public land. We are thankful for the incredible support from the USFS staff and representatives throughout the process.

  • NO. These construction sites are on private property and hazards exist. In no way should you enter the trail construction areas. Summit Security and USFS Law Enforcement Officers will be in the areas. Thanks for your understanding!

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