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WEEKLY BIKE PARK REPORT

You've come the right place to get the latest news about the Mammoth Bike Park, including trail build status, trail preview videos, mountain biking event info and so much more. Check back here each week and follow @MammothBikePark on Facebook and #MammmothBikePark on Instagram to stay up to date.

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Mountain biker Richie Rude on Off The Top at Mammoth Bike Park.

July 9

Smooth Operator, DC-10, Explorer and More

Our trail crew spent the last three days making Smooth Operator well, smooth again. Dirt has been added to a few locations and we’ve put the skid steer and mini-excavator to good use re-sculpting transitions the trail has become famous for. Explorer Trail and DC-10 also received a good amount of work from the crew and both are now open.

The new Bosch eMTB Flow Trail is also now open. What is that you ask? It’s a trail purpose built for class 1 pedal-assist electric mountain bikes with uphill berms, rock gardens and terrain features that highlight the advantages and fun available on eMTB’s.  

Please note:

Guests are required to wear masks when inside any of our facilities, shuttles or in line as mandated by the state. Only members of the same household can load gondola cabins or chairlifts together. Single riders will load their own gondola cabin or chairlift. The Bike Park Shuttle will be limited to 50% capacity and masks are required. 


July 2

Something for Everyone

The Bike Park is in full swing with even more trails dialed for the weekend, bringing us access to over 85% of open terrain. The Discovery Zone Skills Park is packed with beginner features, Skid Marks will be open top-to-bottom, and advanced riders can get their adrenaline pumping on Shock Treatment and Toll Road. Stump Alley Express (Chair 2) will be spinning 10AM–4PM Fri-Sun and Discovery Chair (Chair 11), Panorama Gondola and the Bike Park Shuttle are operating daily.  

Main Lodge or the Mountain Center in The Village has you covered with all your bike park needs including bike rentals, and the Adventure Center across from Main Lodge is a one-stop shop for Mammoth souvenirs, scenic gondola tickets, private lessons and more. Bike Park season passes are on sale for only $329 – lock in your pass today for unlimited riding through September 7.

June 25

Open Top-To-Bottom

Opening day is finally here so dust off those downhill bikes and get ready to shred top-to-bottom. Starting Friday, June 26, the Panorama Gondola to the summit, Discovery Chair (11) and Village Bike Park shuttle will run daily with access to over 35 trails including the following:

Adventure Trail Manzanita
Beach Cruiser Midtown
Bearing Straights Mountain View  
Big Ring Off the Top
Boomerang Paper Route
Brake Through Pipeline
Bridge the Gap Richter
Chain Smoke Richochet
Discotech Seven Bridges
Discovery Trail Shortcut
Downtown Shotgun
Explorer Trail Skid Marks (Lower)
Flow Skills Park 
Follow Me Smooth Operator 
Gopher Trail  Timber Ridge
Gravy Train  Twilight Zone
Juniper Uptown
Kamikaze (Lower) Velocity DH
Lakes Trail White Bark 
Lincoln Express

Iconic trails like Off the Top, Shotgun and the beginner-friendly Discovery Zone are in fantastic shape and trail crew continues to work daily to open more trails. Early season conditions do still exist on the upper mountain trails, be aware that you may encounter snow.

Please note, there will be no communal water stations on the trail so please carry water while riding. Masks are required in the lodges, waiting in line and in the Bike Park Shuttle, which will only be loaded to 50% capacity for social distancing purposes.

Main Lodge and the Mountain Center in The Village will be open daily with bike rentals (including e-bike rentals), private lessons, tickets and season passes.

Lock in your Bike Park Pass or Bike Park tickets – we can’t wait to see you on the trails this summer.


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