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Level: Intermediate
Length: 2 mi (3.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +96/ -122 ft
Total: 8 riders

Mountain Biking Pass Lake Trail

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#102 of 1,208 mountain bike trails in Washington
#5,398 in the world

Pass Lake trail a great trail to get back into the swing of things after a wet winter, not to long and not to short. There are a few tough spots but its a pretty easy trail over all.

First added by wagnermaxx on Mar 3, 2010. Last updated May 6, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
: From Interstate 5 in Skagit County, take Exit 230 (Anacortes/Burlington) and head west on Highway 20. After 12 miles, cross the bridge to Fidalgo Island, and watch for signs to turn left to Whidbey Island. After the turn, go six miles, and just after going by Pass Lake on the right, turn right on Rosario Road, then immediately turn right into the parking lot.
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  • Fast n Slow

    A nice 2.3 mile ride. Some steep climbs and decents. And a fairly long climb to the top. I wouldn't recommend this to a beginner. There are better trails in the area that are more fun than this one.

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  • Tyler Call

    This trail is a simple 2 mile loop. Its fun to just go to and take some laps on it and time yourself. It has some small, not-too-technical, rooty climbs/drops (depending on direction), a fire road and a singletrack area. If you go clockwise, you'll do a lot of your climbing on the fire road and get to descend on a nice/fast singletrack. Be ready for those small, tough sections, though.

    This trail is fun, for what it is, but if you're driving from out of town, you'd be better off going to one of the bigger trail systems like the network near Heart Lake or south, in Fort Ebey.

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  • Tyler Call

    This trail is basically a two mile loop, with a fire road. It's got a decent climb that can be kinda tiring, some rocks and roots (nothing too technical) and a fast descent. I personally like to go Clockwise on the loop, that way I do all my climbing on the fire road and get to blast down the singletrack. Be ready for some tough sections on the climb, with roots that'll push you back, if you go clockwise. If you go counter-clockwise, those same roots are a lot of fun to drop.

    Overall, it's a fun little loop to time yourself on, but if you're driving from out of town, there's much larger networks that have more to offer nearby, such as the network near Heart Lake or head south on Whidbey Island and check out Ft Ebey.

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