Mountain Biking at Blue Mountain
Downhill Mountain Biking Tickets

Tickets and Season Passes

Turn the Thrills Up a Gear

Challenging terrain awaits you on 28 downhill mountain bike trails at Blue Mountain Bike Park! Open May through October with lift access to get you back up to the top, so you can keep sending it again and again. Grab your day tickets or season pass and get in on the thrills.

2024 Bike Park Season Pass Sale

Shop our best deal on 2024 Bike Park Season Passes! Conquer the mountain on your time with a season pass. 2024 Bike Park Season Passes are valid the remainder of the 2023 season and all of 2024 season. Bike Park Season Passes come with exclusive passholder only perks around the mountain and a special passholder only opening day!

2024 Bike Park Season Pass

This pass is valid for the remainder of the 2023 season, and all of the 2024 season.



Season Pass Perks

  • Special season passholder only opening day on Saturday, May 18th, 2024.
  • Unlimited access to lift service during all normal operating hours.
  • Special lift access after 2pm on race closure days.
  • 10% discount on bike park food and retail (off regular price).
  • Direct to lift access – pick up your pass once and head straight to the lift for the rest of the season.

Season Pass Pickup

Stop by the Valley Guest Service counter to sign your waiver and get your photo taken. Your Season Pass will not be valid until a waiver and photo are on file.

2023 Day Ticket Options

Day tickets are valid open to close. Day tickets include access to all downhill trails and use of our Comet Quad Chairlift. All tickets must be purchased online!

Adult Ticket (16+)

Valid open to close on your selected date.



Youth Ticket (15 & under)

Valid open to close on your selected date.



Bike Park Hours

Saturday & Sunday: 10am to 5pm

Monday 10/9: 10am to 4pm

Add On Rentals

Need gear? We’ve got you covered with shoes, bikes, and protective gear for rent.

Mountain Biker doing jumps on trial at Blue Mountain Resort


First time downhill? We have a Beginner Lesson for that. Looking to improve your skills? Take a Skill Improvement Lesson with our on-staff pros.

Lesson Information

Trail Map

Get ready to hit the trails!

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  • Helmets are required for all riders. Full-face helmets are optional.
  • All bikes are required to have Front Suspension, Disc Brakes, and Ability to Lower Saddle.
  • Fat bikes with tires over 3.8″ cannot be used with our lift carriers.

A full suspension bike is highly recommended. Protection pads and body armor are strongly encourages. Everyone must sign a release form to ride the park. Riders under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign their release.

If you are new to Downhill Mountain Biking, we strongly recommend taking a lesson. Our Beginner Lesson will teach you riding form, how to load and unload from the chairlift, and how to ride down our beginner trail, Shakedown Street.

Blue Mountain Bike Park trails are rated similarly to our ski trails. Green trails are the easiest, blue trails are more difficult & black trails are most difficult. Please keep in mind that this rating system compares the difficulty of our trails in relation with each other. This is not a comparison of our trails to trails at other mountains or trail systems. We do not currently offer any trails that would be comparable to a bike path.

Green trails do contain rocky and rooted sections, dirt berms and rollers, as well as steep grades and varied terrain. These trails do make their way down a mountain side and some mountain bike skill is required to ride them comfortably. A full suspension mountain bike is recommended for these trails.

Blue trails contain features of increasing difficulty including small drops, jumps, larger berms and steeper trails. An all mountain full suspension mountain bike or downhill bike is recommended for these trails. Some body armor protection is also recommended on our blue trails.

Black trails are the expert downhill trails. These trails are steep, rocky, loose, and contain larger jumps and drop offs. A 6” – 9” travel downhill bike is highly recommended on the black trails. A full face helmet and full body armor are also highly recommended for guests riding this terrain.

Yes. The Bike Park at Blue Mountain Resort has a rental shop stocked with top-of-the-line gear. Our shop rents bikes, shoes, and protective gear. Rentals must be purchased in advance to ensure availability.

Blue Mountain Bike Park typically operates regardless of weather.  However, there are times when we are forced to close for the safety of our guests, employees, and lifts due to the weather.  If the forecast is such that we will not open for the day, an announcement will be made by 7:30am that day on our website and social media. 

Lightning – If the park is open and lightning is in the area, operations will be suspended until the area is clear.  If more storms are forecast or it is near the end of the day, the park may close for the day. 

Blue Mountain Bike Park does not offer refunds or rain checks due to bad weather.  We make every effort to stick to our operating schedule, but cannot control the weather. 

Please review the NSAA’s Mountain Bike Responsibility Code prior to visiting Blue Mountain Bike Park. Have fun, and stay safe!



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