Trail Report: 

The Bike Park is now open Thursday - Monday, 10am - 5pm! 

Our trail crew has been busy this spring building some new trails.  A new beginner machine built flow trail, (the new) Learning Curve, is now partially open, look for the lower portion of the trail to be open in early July.  For our advanced riders, check out Mothman, an advanced technical trail.  We're also working on finishing up a jump line off of Twister, and we have something in the works to connect to the Kettle Ridge area off property.  

Looking to get into the sport of downhill riding, or fine tune your skills?  We are offering Learn to Downhill 101 and Downhill Skills 102 group clinics this summer, along with private lessons.  Click here for more info on lesson options.

The Crank Bike Shop will be open alongside resort hours of opertion and offers full suspension Rossignol and Norco mountain bike rentals, and new pedal assist E-Bike rentals.  For more information on rental equipment, click here. 

If you want to lock in a summer of riding, grab a 2022 Bike Park Season Pass.  Beginning in July, passholders now receive complentary Scenic Chairlift rides! Valid for passholder only.

To purchase your bike park season pass, click here.

Hours of Operation

 

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The NEW Learning Curve   Partially Open
The Great Traverse   Open
Skills Park   Open
Day at the Beech Point of view video Open
NEW Twister w/ jump line option Jump line coming in July. Open
Stembogen Point of view video Open
Jackalope Point of view video Open
Yeti Point of view video Open
Squatch Point of view video Open
Kettle Connector (to Kettle Ridge area - not patrolled by Cranmore Mountain Resort.  Ride at your own risk).   Coming Soon
NEW Mothman Point of view video Open

 

Park Map: