22 Miles of Terrain
Lift-Served Mountain Biking
Looking for an escape from the stress of everyday life? The Highlands Bike Park welcomes riders of all skill levels to explore a variety of downhill trails and cross-country routes through natural terrain. Whether you're an experienced rider or just starting out, we invite you to join us and discover your own moment.
The Bike Park will officially open Memorial Day Weekend with a DJ event and exciting giveaways.
New this year, we are introducing a Youth Season Pass, with unlimited access from Memorial Day through Mid-October. Crush it Thursdays will also make a return in June, where youth can ride for free if you purchase an adult ticket.
Bike Park Access
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Bike Park Trail Details
Types of Trail Difficulty
Our high-speed lift access and designated uphill routes service two green trails for beginners, five blue trails for intermediate riders, five black trails for advanced mountain bikers, and two double black trails for experts.
The gravity-fed trails offer a variety of singletrack that require minimal pedaling. From beginner features like Fun Run and Peach Fuzz to more extreme runs like Dirt Sample and Skid Mark, the park features a diverse mix of natural and man-made features – including step-ups, berms, and bridges – that will challenge riders of all levels.
For bikers who appreciate the path less traveled, our cross-country mountain bike trails offer a direct line to the heart of our lush, beautiful resort property. Whether you take it slow and absorb your surroundings or speed things up for a satisfying workout in a spectacular setting, our trail network offers just what you're looking for.
"I've ridden a lot of bike parks over the years, including Whistler in B.C., and The Highlands ranks as one of my top parks. You have really done a great job and I think you have something special. I talked with countless people today who drove over 3.5 hours to visit the park, another sign you are doing amazing things. I hope you continue to expand your trail system as I think this can be a true mountain bike destination in the country. I couldn't be happier to be a season pass holder. I'm looking forward to many more amazing rides at The Highlands."