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Stevens Pass bike park would fill one big void

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LEAVENWORTH — It’s been a long wait — five years to be exact — but outdoor recreationists are optimistic they’ll soon be riding the chairlifts at Stevens Pass with their mountain bikes rather than just their skis. The final comment period on a plan to allow the Stevens Pass Ski Area to build the state’s first lift-access mountain bike park ended in mid-January. Renee Bodine, public affairs officer for the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, said Monday that a decision will be made in about two weeks on whether to allow Stevens Pass to go ahead with construction of the facility.

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