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Washington State has the best mountain biking in the world. Diverse trails, connection to a vibrant natural world and breathtaking scenery make for a lifetime's worth of experiences. Ride with us! Spend 5 days here in the Cascades tackling every kind of terrain you can imagine. This tour is designed for intermediate to advanced riders: Big climbs, big descents. A whole day riding the lifts and barreling the downhills, flow trails, ladders and features at Stevens Pass Bike Park. Stay in Leavenworth, the geographic center of the state. Here, enormous mountains shoot skyward to the west and taper into low hills to the east. Wild whitewater flows through deep valleys, dumping into the Columbia River for the trip to the Pacific Ocean. Leavenworth, a small Bavarian-themed mountain town tucked into the eastern slope of the Cascades, offers everything to support the outdoor adventurer. Food, beer, more food - and great lodging, all within walking/riding distance of the shops, pubs and trails.
Looking for something a bit less challenging? See the Mountain Bike Leavenworth 'Green' Tour for less experienced riders.
Meet in Seattle. Head for the mountains. Dial in your bike fit, then hit the trails at Cle Elum Ridge.
Meet in Seattle for the 90-minute transfer to Cle Elum. Get your bike fit and suspension all set up, then take off on the more advanced trails at Cle Elum Ridge. Gravity drops, jumps and some surprises are all in store. When you've had enough, head to Leavenworth for a scratch-made burger and ice cold craft brew at Fresh Burger Cafe. Cheers - you're in for a great week!
Take your pick from a bevy of local trails waiting right outside your door. Hills, drops - whatever you wish for, it's all here.
Head right out the door to ride the local trails this morning. Since you're already in the mountains, there are tons of options to choose from. No boredom here! Guides will help you pick the perfect match. Head back into town for lunch at a local pub. Then hit the trails again if you like...or head for the hot tub if you'd rather.
Ride Cashmere and Mission Ridge. No cars, no traffic, plenty of uphill or down. Or both.
Head south of Leavenworth to the Cashmere and Mission Ridge area this morning. Want to climb? There are lots of hills here for the taking. How about some downhill? Take your pick - there's a great set of trails in store. It's a great day far from any roads. Lunch will be on trail. You might be surprised at how much gourmet lunch the guides can bring out of those packs.
Ride world-class Stevens Pass Bike Park. All day long.
World-class Stevens Pass Bike Park is a three-time Top 5 winner in the MTBparks.com Riders' Choice Best Bike Parks Awards. It's the only place in Washington State where you'll find the thrill of lift-accessed riding. It's right on top of the Cascade Crest, just a short shuttle ride from town. Spend the whole day here. Double black diamond, intermediate, easy, advanced flow trails, berms - it's all playground. Take the chair lift to the top while deciding which trail to chase down next. Then do it again. Grab lunch whenever you like at one of the resort's many restaurants. Then ride until your perma-grin is ready to head back to town for dinner and more of the local beers.
West of Ellensburg lies a maze of fantastic singletrack. Ride it today. Then head back to Seattle.
Pack up this morning and hop in the van. Stop west of Ellensburg to spend this last day riding a maze of singletrack trails that will leave you excited to brag and start planning your next trip back. When your legs are ready to fall off, it's back into the van to shuttle back to Seattle, with lunch on the way. Want to add on a couple more days? Decide ahead of time or at the last minute. Check out SeattleMountainBikeTours.com and join us for a day or two of more great riding in the Seattle area. We can make these reservations as close to departure as 24 hours. See you on the trail!
As an optional extra, a person traveling solo on any inn-to-inn trip may reserve a room for his or her exclusive use. This will guarantee you a private room and private bath every night. Unlike other tour companies, if you're willing to share a room, there is no extra charge for coming solo, no matter when you sign up for the tour - even if you wind up with a private room by default.