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Cranmore Mountain Bike Park

New Hampshire’s newest Downhill Mountain Bike Park

Adventure awaits with family-friendly lift-serviced, downhill mountain biking. The Cranmore Bike Park offers 11 trails and over 6 miles of downhill terrain for all ability levels.  New for 2022 is the addition of 3 miles of new trails, including a new machine built beginner trail, a jump line, and advanced technical trail! 

New to the sport? With Learn to Downhill 101, Downhill Skills 102, and Private Lesson options, we have you covered.  

The Cranmore Bike Park is open Thursday - Monday, 10am - 5pm, beginning June 18th. 

 

Bike Park Ticket Options & Rates

Full, half day, and season passes are available for the Cranmore Bike Park for the 2022 summer season.  Half day lift access is available as an AM session (10am-1pm) and as a PM session (2pm-5pm).

  2022 Rates
Adult (ages 13+) Full day lift access  $45
Junior (12 & under) Full day lift access  $29
Adult (ages 13+) Half day lift access  $35
Junior (12 & under) Half day lift access  $20
Skills Park only - DOES NOT INCLUDE LIFT ACCESS $10

*As we do not have an age minimum for the bike park, to ride the chairlift, bike tires need to be a minimum of 20” and children must be competent riders. 

Purchase Bike Park Tickets Here.

 

Bike Park Season Pass

Lock in an entire summer of riding with a Bike Park Season Pass.  Season long access for just $229.

Passholders must pick up wristband from the Crank Bike and Repair Shop each day of arrival.  Bike Park Season Passholders can get complimentary Scenic Chairlift rides all summer long, for passholder only.      

Click here to purchase your Bike Park Season Pass.

 

 

Bike Park Need to Knows

  • Helmets are required at all times on all downhill mountain bike trails in the Cranmore Bike Park.  We strongly recommend the use of full-face helmets.  Full face helmets are available to rent in the Crank Bike and Repair Shop
  • Equipment allowed in the Cranmore Bike Park is limited to mountain bikes, adaptive equipment and other equipment approved in advance by the resort.  Trailers, Mountain Boards, child seats, tandem bikes and unauthorized motor vehicles are not allowed in the Bike Park or on the chairlift.   For a complete list of equipment allowed in the Cranmore Bike Park, see the Frequently Asked Questions section below.
  • Closed toe and heeled, sturdy sneakers are required. 
  • First Aid services are only available during chairlift operating hours. Click Here For More Information on Hours of Operation

 

People Riding Mountain Bikes

Lessons

Designed for those comfortable on a bike, but new to downhill mountain biking, riders will gain confidence on their bikes using natural features such as berms, rollers, small drops, jumps and bridges to ride over before progressing to the lift serviced flow trails.  

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Logo and Bikes

Bike Rentals & Repair Shop

Crank Bike and Repair Shop offers mountain bike rentals, soft goods, and minor bike tune and repairs.

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People Riding Bikes

Park Safety

Mountain biking involves risk of serious injury or death.  Your knowledge, decisions and actions contribute to your safety and that of others.

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Trail Report and Map

Trail Report & Park Map

Check here for daily trail updates, along with a base area map. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What equipment is allowed in the Cranmore Downhill Bike Park?

Bike Park Equipment Restrictions & Requirements (Lift Access):

  • Helmets are required.
  • Bikes must have a functional brake on each wheel.
  • No Coaster Brakes (Pedal brakes, kick-back brakes, back pedal brakes, torpedo brakes, contra brakes).
  • No wheels smaller than 20” in diameter.
  • No tires wider that 3.5” wide.
  • No Child Seats.
  • No Mac Rides.
  • No Stryders.
  • No Tandem Bikes.
  • No Trailers or Pulled Carriers.
  • No Unicycles.
  • No Scooters of any kind.
  • No Mountain Boards.
  • Kick Stands are not recommended.
  • For Adaptive Bikes, please call ahead so that we can make accommodations during your visit.

Skills Park Restrictions & Requirements:

  • Helmets are required.
  • Bikes must have functional brake on each wheel.
  • No Coast Brakes (Pedal brakes, kick-back brakes, back pedal brakes, torpedo brakes, contra brakes).
  • No Child Seats.
  • No Mac Rides.
  • No Stryders.
  • No Tandem Bikes.
  • No Trailers or Pulled Carriers.
  • No Unicycles.
  • No Scooters of any kind.
  • No Mountain Boards.
  • Kick Stands are not recommended.
  • For Adaptive Bikes, please call ahead so that we can make accommodations during your visit.

I don’t have a bike or other equipment. Can I rent?

Cranmore’s mountain bike resort park has a full-service onsite bike rental shop with a complete line of Rossignol and NORCO full suspension rental bikes, gear, and accessories.

I have never been downhill mountain biking before. Can I take a lesson?

Cranmore’s mountain bike resort team offers learn-to-bike packages that use a progression approach to learning. First timers will gain confidence on their bikes using natural features such as berms, rollers, small drops, jumps and bridges to ride over before progressing to the lift serviced flow trails.

Learn-to-bike programs are available through our downhill bike park for guests 7 years and older.

Guests should be comfortable riding a bike (program is not encouraged for guests who have never ridden a bicycle).

 

How do I get my bike up the mountain?

Lift service is offered off the South Quad chairlift.

Is there an age minimum for the Cranmore Bike Park?

As we do not have an age minimum for the downhill mountain bike park, to ride the chairlift, bikes need to have a minimum of a 20” tire and children must be competent riders.

Learn-to-bike packages start at age 7.

 

What kind of gear do I need?

Helmets and sturdy, closed toe and heeled sneakers are required.  Full-suspension bikes, pads and other protective equipment are recommended.

Bike Park Equipment Restrictions & Requirements (Lift Access):

  • Helmets are required.
  • Bikes must have a functional brake on each wheel.
  • No Coaster Brakes (Pedal brakes, kick-back brakes, back pedal brakes, torpedo brakes, contra brakes).
  • No wheels smaller than 20” in diameter.
  • No tires wider that 3.5” wide.
  • No Child Seats.
  • No Mac Rides.
  • No Stryders.
  • No Tandem Bikes.
  • No Trailers or Pulled Carriers.
  • No Unicycles.
  • No Scooters of any kind.
  • No Mountain Boards.
  • Kick Stands are not recommended.
  • For Adaptive Bikes, please call ahead so that we can make accommodations during your visit.

Skills Park Restrictions & Requirements:

  • Helmets are required.
  • Bikes must have functional brake on each wheel.
  • No Coast Brakes (Pedal brakes, kick-back brakes, back pedal brakes, torpedo brakes, contra brakes).
  • No Child Seats.
  • No Mac Rides.
  • No Stryders.
  • No Tandem Bikes.
  • No Trailers or Pulled Carriers.
  • No Unicycles.
  • No Scooters of any kind.
  • No Mountain Boards.
  • Kick Stands are not recommended.
  • For Adaptive Bikes, please call ahead so that we can make accommodations during your visit.

What should I wear?

Helmets (full face is recommended), and sturdy closed toe and heeled sneakers are required in the mountain bike resort area. We also recommend you cover up with long sleeves/shorts and protect your body from a range of elements. Full finger gloves give added protection for your hands, and goggles are the best choice for eye protection against dirt, branches and other obstacles you might run into on the trails. Elbow and knee pads also give added protection from cuts, scrapes and impact. Full-suspension bikes, pads and other protective equipment are recommended.

Gear is available for purchase/rent (helmets and pads) in the Crank Bike Bike and Repair Shop.

 

Do I need a trail pass if I am not taking a lesson?

Yes.  Lift access passes are available for riders comfortable with lift service mountain biking and are required for anyone riding Cranmore downhill trails.

Do you offer mountain biking on cross country trails?

Cranmore is surrounded by a well – established cross country mountain bike trail network sanctioned by NEMBA. This is a free trail network, some of which cut through Cranmore property. Riding these trails is at the rider’s own risk and are not patrolled by Cranmore’s patrol staff.

The trail network will continue to grow when the Mount Washington Valley Recreation Path is installed. The 4-mile paved path will run between Cranmore Mountain and Settlers’ Green Outlet Village and will provide residents and visitors with opportunities for safe, family-oriented recreation and transportation.

PLEASE NOTE: THE CRANMORE BIKE PARK IS A FEE AREA. A TICKET IS REQUIRED TO ACCESS THE TRAILS AND TRAILS WILL BE MONITORED.