Since we opened our lifts to mountain biking 29 years ago, Mount Snow has been putting smiles on dirt covered faces every summer. Our terrain and trail system is rooted deep in the heritage of Downhill Mountain biking with the resort hosting dozens of major events including, most recently, the USA Cycling National Championships.

In the past few years we have been progressively integrating features like berms, ladders, manmade surfaces, and dirt jumps into Mount Snow's trail system; staying ahead of what has become expected of the new age bike park. Mount Snow is home to Trail 7, which is the longest introductory downhill trail in the East. Anyone that is already comfortable on a bicycle now has the opportunity to let gravity do the work without having to be an expert.

For all things Mount Snow Bike Park, stop into Mount Snow Sports at the Grand or give us a call at 802.464.6640.

Mount Snow Bike Park is closed for the season. Thanks for another great summer and we're already looking forward to next year!

Gravity Feed

Check out the latest episode of our downhill mountain biking video series "Gravity Feed"

Trail Report

Get the latest on trail conditions, lift schedule, events, media, and more!

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lift schedule

Find out when the Canyon Express
lift is running, all summer long.


Clinics & guided Tours

Whether you're looking to get your feet dirty for the first time or take your riding skills to the next level, our experienced
MTB guides will help you get there.


Rentals & DEMOS

No Bike? No pads? No helmet? No Problem! Mount Snow Sports is fully stocked with some of the highest quality bikes and gear in the business available to rent.


Season pass & daily rates

Get your 2015 mountain bike season pass and our lift and trail pass rates.


Interactive Trail Map

Check out our system of summer trails for biking and hiking. 

Interactive Map Download Map

Please, No Dogs Allowed:

For the safety of our guests, dogs are not allowed at Mount Snow. Competitors with dogs on site will be disqualified, and spectators with dogs on site will be asked to leave the premises immediately.