Weekend of June 19th & 20th
What we've all eagerly waited for has finally come - rev those pedals & scoot some turns - the closing weekend of Bike Week is here!
The weather looks to cooperate in full this weekend, with mostly sunny skies Saturday with a high of 85, and a flat-out sunblast for Sunday with a high of 85 - perfect for some runs whether you're cruising down our flow trails, or you're trying your skill on our new techinical trails through the woods.
Since last fall, our crew has been out and added a few new technical trails to our trail count. We've added two beginner technical trails, Yeti & Jackalope, and one intermediate technical trail, Squatch. Technical Trails are often relatively narrow and may contain roots, gravel, rocks, logs, water crossings, jumps, drops and other natural characteristics and obstacles found in the natural environment, and may also include some man-made obstacles and bridges. Both Yeti and Jackalope have A and B lines for easy go arounds. It is important to note that though these trails are rated as "beginner" they are beginner trails for experienced riders.
Though things are slowly starting to go back to normal, for the time being, we are continuing to ask our staff and guests to wear face coverings when entering any of our indoor facilities, while waiting in line, and while loading and unloading any of our attractions. This is for the safety of our staff and guests.
Half day or full day tickets are available for the Bike Park - click here to view rates and to purchase tickets.
If you're looking for season long park access, grab a Bike Park Season Pass! Season Passes are $179 through June 19th, and jump to $199 June 20th. Passholders can get unlimited access to the park when the resort is open. Just swing into the main Ticket Office each day you want to use your pass to get a valid wristband for the day. Click here to purchase.