Adventure is a feeling at the Cranmore Bike Park

Our bike park offers 6 miles of wide open, machine-groomed, dirt flow trails that span in difficulty level. With side hits and more technical features sprinkled throughout you and your crew can rip the trails your way while being able to stick together.

And if you aren’t quite ready to rock the lift, Our skills park at the base is a great place to warm up. Once you find your groove there, the trails are yours!

Purchase Bike Park tickets online, in advance and save $5.

The Cranmore Bike Park is open Wednesday - Sunday, 10am-5pm, through Labor Day.

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Trail Report

MTB Riders Flow

2024 Bike Park Ticket

Full-day Access

Adult (ages 13+)

Junior (ages 12 and under)

Skills Park Only
(does not include lift access, available at ticket office)

Season Pass

$229 all ages 

Season passes need to be presented to the ticket office in exchange for daily wristband.

Participants must be on a bike with a wheel diameter no smaller than 20” and be comfortable using hand brakes. Kids ages 9 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

A day in the Cranmore Bike Park

What to know

The Cranmore Bike Park is chairlift-accessed and features 9 trails for downhill mountain biking spanning in difficulty. It is beginner-friendly, but guests still need to have the correct gear to have a safe and fun trip.

Family getting ready for bike park

Bikes, gear and what to bring

To ride the Cranmore Bike Park, guests must have:

  • A bike with dual-wheel brakes, and tires less than 3.5” in width and above 20” in diameter (Full-suspension bikes are available for rent but not required)

  • A helmet (full-face helmets are available for rent but not required)

  • Closed-toed, heeled sneakers

Not required, but recommended:

  • Goggles, biking glasses or other eye protection

  • Mountain biking gloves

  • Elbow and knee pads (available for rent)

  • Bug spray

  • Sunscreen

  • Water bottle (Cranmore has fill stations throughout the resort)

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Who can ride the bike park?

Cranmore welcomes all ages and abilities in the Bike Park. Apart from an inability in, or unfamiliarity with, riding a bike, our park is the perfect place to gain or refine your downhill mountain biking skills. Each of our trails is built for progression, with optional side features for more advanced riders.

With 6 miles of machine-groomed flow trails, single-track technical trails, and a beginner's skills park, the Cranmore Bike Park was built so a group of guests with varying experience could all have a fun-filled, intimidation-free day on bikes, together.

Should I try the bike park?

There’s really no better place to test out the Cranmore Bike Park. It’s located in the center of a network of mountain biking trails, built by Ride NoCo and NEMBA, as well as directly connected to the MWV Rec Path.

So if you’re an avid mountain biker, looking to Strava a day of cross-country mountain bike miles, the Cranmore Bike Park makes an exhilarating warm up or cool down.

And if you’re new to the sport, or somewhere in between, the Bike Park and its employees are there to provide you a stress-free place to find your groove. Lift attendants will help you load and unload your bike on the chairlift, and our bike rangers can be found throughout the park for further assistance. And if you want to switch it up, those trails and the rec path are waiting for you.

Bike Park Family from behind going around curve on flow trail