9.6 miles
2,098 ft
-2,090 ft
1,918 ft
High Point

PLEASE NOTE: Larrabee State Park is extremely popular with families hiking, dog walkers and equestrians, so please be extra courteous to all trail users while practicing for the enduro. Also, Cleator Road is open to the public, so always expect vehicle traffic on it.

Lite Course:
1. Double Black
7. Two Dollar

Transition 1:
From Larrabee campground, follow the signs and go directly across Chuckanut Drive and up to the Interurban Trail. Go RIGHT on the Interurban trail and then go LEFT (up) towards Fragrance Lake Road next to the sewage ponds. NOTE: You can either take the trail next to the sewer plant or go through the Clayton Beach/Lost Lake parking lot and go LEFT through the gate.
Stay straight on Fragrance Lake Road and keep going PAST (left) one split in the road and also past the Fragrance Lake turnoff until you hit Cleator Road. Then, turn RIGHT on Cleator road and climb up to the Cyrus Gates Overlook parking lot. There is a quick push up on the LEFT side of the parking lot (directly across from the viewpoint) that goes to the top of Double Black Diamond.

Stage 5: Double Black
From the top of the mountain, go down (riders RIGHT) the Top of Double Black Diamond. Just before the exit, go LEFT at the Y on a newly routed section that crosses Lost lake Trail. Follow this section down to Fragrance Lake Road.

Transition 2:
At Fragrance Lake Road turn right and head back up. Stay straight on Fragrance Lake Road and keep going PAST (left) one split in the road and continue up to Fragrance Lake. Go left through the split rail fencing and take an immediate right towards Fragrance Lake. Before reaching the lake, go left and across the wooden boardwalk. Follow that trail above the lake and take the next left up a short climb. The start will be at the intersection where this climb flattens out.

Stage 7 – Two Dollar Trail
The stage will start at the intersection to the Fragrance Lake on the more established section of the Two Dollar Trail. Racers will finish after the last RIGHT hand switchback just before reaching the Cleator Road.
Transition 2:
From the bottom of Two Dollar Trail, go LEFT (Down) Cleator Road. Please use Caution. Towards the bottom you will take the Interurban Trail back to Larrabee. PLEASE USE CAUTION DESCENDING CLEATOR ROAD.

Detailed Description
CDC: 2018 Chuckanut Enuro Lite is a 10 mile easy race route located near Bellingham Washington. This mountain bike only route. This route includes 12 trails. This route climbs 2,098 ft with a max elevation of 1,918 ft then descends -2,090 ft.
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1 Stage 5: Double Black
  • 1 mile distance
  • 135 ft climb
  • -915 ft descent
2 Stage 7: Two Dollar
  • 2 miles distance
  • 106 ft climb
  • -540 ft descent


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More Stats for CDC: 2018 Chuckanut Enuro Lite mountain bike route
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    2 hr 2 min
  • Altitude change
    9 ft
  • Altitude min
    180 ft
  • Altitude start
    181 ft
  • Altitude end
    190 ft
  • Grade max
  • Grade min
  • Distance climb
    5 miles
  • Distance down
    4 miles
  • Distance flat
    2,041 ft
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Two Dollar
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