Mammoth Bike Park
The Premier Bike Park in the U.S.
Whether it’s your first time riding on dirt, or you’re a downhill wizard, the Mammoth Bike Park delivers the ultimate high-alpine riding experience for everyone. With 80+ miles of singletrack offering plenty of pavers, berms, jumps and drops, as well as our beginner-friendly Discovery Zone, there’s two-wheeled fun for all at the country’s premier lift-served bike park.
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Address10001 Minaret RdMammoth Lakes, CA 93546See on map
Tickets & Passes
Single and multi-day tickets are available, as well as Discovery tickets for beginners and discounted Twilight tickets in the afternoon.
A season-long Mammoth Bike Park Pass offers unlimited access with no blackout dates as well as discounts on retail and Friends & Family tickets.
New for 2023: The Tri-Mountain Bike Park Pass offers unlimited access to Mammoth, Snow Summit, and Snow Valley Bike Parks.
We recommend a full face helmet, knee and elbow pads, sturdy shoes, gloves, eye protection & sunscreen.
What ability levels do you have trails for?
Our trail network offers something for beginners through professionals. Starting with the Discovery Zone and ending with Velociraptor, there truly is something for everyone.
Can my kids ride the park?
We have industry leading beginner terrain in our Discovery Zone and offer world-class instructors as part of our lesson program.
What type of bike do I need?
Most of our trail network is well-suited for a current enduro (5"+ of travel) full suspension mountain bike. However, some of our Expert and Pro-Line trails require a full DH (8" of travel) mountain bike.
Do I ride down the ski runs?
No. We created a trail network designed specifically for mountain biking. Many of our trails do intersect or follow ski runs though. Ever wonder what Stump Alley or Broadway look like without any snow? Now's your chance.
Are eMTBs allowed?
Yes, class 1 pedal assist eMTBs are allowed on all of our mountain bike trails. Riders must follow the same rules as those on normal mountain bikes.
Can I get a tuneup or bike repair?
Yes, walk-ups are welcome for bike repairs and tuneups at The Gear Up, located on the second floor of the Mountain Center.
With hazards existing on the trails, be cautious and use common sense.
- Wear protective gear and clothing – helmets are required.
- Ride with a partner and pick trails that suit your ability level.
- Follow trail etiquette rules: Uphill traffic has the right of way on two-way trails and on downhill trails, the rider in front has the right of way.
- Be aware of the high altitude environment – the sun is more intense and your body fatigues faster. Stay hydrated and keep an eye on changes in weather, including thunderstorms.
- Know and follow the Mountain Biker's Responsibility Code – it is your responsibility.
The trails at Mammoth Bike Park are rough and demanding on both the bike and the body. Before riding always inspect your equipment or have it checked by a qualified bike mechanic.
- Helmets are required for all mountain bike trails. Before heading out make sure yours fits correctly and is not damaged.
- Assess safety pads for fit and any damage. Make sure you are wearing the appropriate pads for you skill level and that coincide with the difficulty of the trails you're looking to ride.
- Inspect bike frame for cracks, damaged or dented areas.
- Ensure you have sufficient brake pads to stop your bike while descending.
- Front and rear axles (skewers) should be tight.
- Headset and stem must be secure with no looseness or play.
- Check that your tires are in good condition, with no tears or cuts on the rolling surface or sidewall.
- Handle bar and handle grips must be tight and unable to spin. Seat and seat post need to be fastened securely.
If you are not completely familiar with your bike and its various components, these checklist items, or if you have any doubt as to your bike's condition, we highly recommend you check with a qualified bike mechanic for further advice. Visit The Gear Up in the Village for full-service repairs and tuneups.