Opening: June 20, 2014 - Closing: Late September 2014
Bike Park Shuttle runs daily
every 30 min from 9am to 5:30pm.
Panorama Gondola runs daily from 9am to 4:30pm
Discovery Chair (11) from 9am to 4:30pm
End of Season Schedule (from 2013)
September 8 - Discovery Chair Closing Day
September 15 - Last day of daily operation and Panorama Gondola
September 20-22 - Bike Park opens with Chair 2 and Shuttle Access
September 27-29 - Last weekend of operations
Adult (13+)/Child(12 & under)
1 Day Adult: $49, Child: $23
2 Day Adult: $88, Child: $46
3 Day Adult: $118, Child: $69
Twilight, 1 ride after 3pm, Adult: $26, Child: $16
2 ride, trail access plus 2 lift rides, Adult: $41
Full Day Pedal Access, Adult: $16, Child: $5
Quad Pack, 4 unlimited 1-day passes, Adult: $154, Child: $71
Season Pass: Adult $249, Child $125
Mammoth Mountain Bike Park Overview
The Fast and Furious - On Two Wheels
The Mammoth Mountain Bike Park was one of the first bike parks in the country, and it continues to stay at the forefront of the bike park industry. Currently the bike park has in excess of 80 miles of dirt singletrack with an impressive 3,000 feet of vertical descent – a downhiller’s dream! Riders can take in some amazing scenery from expansive vistas to close encounters with towering pines.
Mammoth has added 7 new trails in the last 3 seasons, which is almost unheard of for well-established bike parks. With easy cross-country trails, gnarly downhills and everything between, it’s the variety of terrain that separates Mammoth from other bike parks. Beginners can comfortably progress and hone their skills in designated areas, and downhillers and freeriders have a myriad of challenging trails to push their bike handling abilities.
Mammoth has been working hard to create a well-rounded bike park experience with the goal of offering something for everyone and continues to deliver season after season!
What's New at Mammoth Mountain Bike Park
Mammoth Kamikaze Bike Games: Sept 18 - 21, 2014
The Kamikaze Bike Games is back again for 2014! New this year is a cyclocross race and a great new XC course. Since the birth of mountain biking, California cyclists have enjoyed trail riding in Mammoth Lakes.
Intrepid competitors joined Mammoth Mountain for the first lift-accessed downhill race in history in 1985 when the Kamikaze established the Eastern Sierra as one of the first mountain biking Meccas in the world. You could say spinning knobbies in the dirt is in our DNA and putting our racing slicks to the tarmac is ingrained in our brains!
The Kamikaze downhill run helped put Mammoth Mountain Bike Park on the map. Well known as the oldest and fastest downhill run, Kamikaze starts at Mammoth’s 11,000 feet summit and burns down, loose and rocky, dust-filled terrain all the way to the base. Although Mammoth Kamikaze run started it all, the Kamikaze Bike Games have grown to so much more, and we want to share the amazing pedaling with you.
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Mammoth Mountain Bike Park offers over 80 miles of scenic cross-country single track and heart-thumping downhills. Being the biggest bike park in the West allows the park to offer terrain for every ability — even if you've yet to experience the fun of mountain biking. Beginners can take the Discovery Chair to access beginner terrain and get more comfortable on the handful of the accessible trails. More experienced riders can take the Panorama Gondola to the mid-station or summit for intermediate-advanced terrain to experience some of the trails that put Mammoth on the map.
Give the world-class Bullet DH a try, or the freestyle features found on Twilight Zone and Recoil for a thrill. Looking for your first foray into downhill? Start with a run down Follow Me or Shotgun.
For the ultimate top-to-bottom downhill experience take the heart-pounding and legendary Kamikaze. One of the fastest descents you’ll ever ride, it gives way to a challenging freeride trail and a series of wooden ramps dubbed Shock Treatment before flowing into the new Kamikaze Jump Run. After that? Still not done – you still have to ride down Richter.
If you're looking to mix it up a bit, another top-to-bottom favorite is Skid Marks to Bullet. Skid Marks is steep, rocky and complete with tight turns and Bullet is a well-established, world-class downhill.
Pipeline Trail (difficult): The future of freeride at Mammoth — metal, wood, and dirt ramps, take the blue line for tables, or the black line for required gaps. You'll also find platforms and wallrides along the way as well!
Mammoth Bike Park, CA – Mammoth has been steadily teasing riders with early season opening samplers, but as of June 20th, things are officially in full swing at Mammoth Mountain Bike Park in CA. Here's the full report from the bike park crew at Mammoth...
Mammoth Mountain, CA - The Mammoth Kamikaze Games are back September 4-8! It has been three years since Mammoth has hosted a major cycling event due to heavy summer construction in their park, but the games are back in full force this year.
Mammoth Lakes, CA - Mammoth Mountain Resort's current Senior VP was inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame in 1994 for his many contributions to the sport of mountain biking. Wouldn't it be nice if all bike parks had a superstar leading the charge. Check out Bill's accolades according to the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame.
Mammoth Lakes, CA - Whether or not you've been to Mammoth Mountain's Bike Park before, you may be surprised at what you find. The Bike Park staff has been working tirelessly to find new ways to pack the trails full of fun by regularly adding new features and improvements. Young or old, novice or expert, Mammoth has been striving to accommodate the interests and abilities of all mountain bike riders.
Ushering in the Next Generation of Mountain Bikers
Before you learn how to launch rock drops, you have to know have to rail a turn. Mammoth Mountain has a reputation for some of the best big hit mountain bike terrain around. Although they’re still adding to freeride options, the Park Crew has spent plenty of time on beginner and intermediate terrain this summer.