2015 HOURS OF OPERATION
Open Daily June 20 through Labor Day: 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Friday-Sunday in September: 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
2015 TICKET PRICES
Full Day: $35 (Junior/Senior: $25)
Two Hours: $25 (Junior/Senior: $20)
Season Pass: $195(Junior/Senior: $110)
Whitefish Mountain Resort Bike Park Overview
Whitefish Bike Park is a two-time first place winner in the MTBparks.com Riders' Choice Best Bike Parks Awards for the Northwest Region.
One of the best ways to experience the heart and soul of northwest Montana is exploring many of the more than 30 miles of lift-accessed downhill and cross-country mountain bike trails at Whitefish Mountain Resort. Whitefish Bike Park offers something for everyone, from the heart-pumping technical Runaway Train, to the meandering 8-mile intermediate Summit Trail, and flowy berm-filled Kashmir and Freebird.
WHAT TO EXPECT RIDING WHITEFISH BIKE PARK
Riders looking for an epic riding experience yet want to avoid the crowds. Also anyone looking for a good deal so they will have extra cash leftover to try local food and brews. Thirteen lift accessed trails, nearly 20 miles worth, with a vertical drop over 2,000 feet (635 meters).
BEYOND THE BIKE PARK
The community of Whitefish has a plethora of mountain biking. The Whitefish Trail is the hallmark singletrack with 26 miles to play on. The newly constructed Spencer Mountain trail system is a freerider's playground (visit FlatheadFatTires.com for updates on trail construction). Plus lots and lots of trails in the National Forest. Pick up a guide book from any local bike shop.
WHAT'S NEW AT WHITEFISH BIKE PARK
Whiefish recently added 5 miles in five new trails: Freebird, Kashmir, GNR, Classic Rock and Overflow. All are lift-accessed downhill trails.
Whitefish also upgraded its demo fleet with new Kona Entourage downhill bikes.
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Explore almost thirty miles of downhill and cross country mountain bike trails on the slopes of Whitefish Mountain Resort. From the gravity-defying Runaway Train, to the intermediate Summit Trail that provides sweeping views of Glacier National Park and the Flathead Valley, there are trails that offer something for everyone.
If you're looking for the most scenic mountain bike trail in Montana, be sure to check out the Summit Trail, one of Whitefish's sweetest intermediate trails. On the other hand, for a gravity rush, Runaway Train - is among the most exciting freeride trails in the area.
Five new miles of trails were constructed this summer for a total offering of 27 miles of riding fun. New for summer 2013 are a slew of new downhill freeride trails giving riders a chance to experience flow trails. Two new top to bottom trails, Kashmir and Freebird, are packed with large berms and jumps and feature the natural terrain of the ski slopes. Three other shorter trails feature rock drops, tight berms and crazy fun.
Whitefish, MT – Just over one year after its completion, Whitefish Mountain Resort’s Kashmir Trail has been named a model “Flow Trail” by the International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA). Once a year, IMBA recognizes outstanding mountain bike trails and locations with the IMBA Model Trail awards which encompass Epics, Ride Centers, Flow Trails and Community Bike Parks.
Whitefish, MT – Whitefish Mountain Resort's inaugural enduro race, the Enduro Primeval, took place on Saturday, June 28. In true Northwest fashion, the weather treated racers to fog, rain and gloriously muddy trails. Twenty-two competitors from ages eight to 62 took on Whitefish's new downhill trails, as well as old favorites, in the six-stage race, which also included Chair 1 as an untimed uphill stage.
Whitefish, MT – After five years of planning and several months of building, Whitefish Mountain Resort announces the completion of their Bike Park expansion project. The addition of five new gravity mountain bike trails more than doubles the downhill freeride experience in this Northern Montana resort.
Whitefish, MT – Construction of five new downhill mtb trails at the Whitefish Bike Park is ahead of schedule, with two of the new trails completely open for this weekend's opening, and another new trail is already two-thirds completed.
Whitefish, MT – Mountain bikers will soon have more than double the downhill experience at Whitefish Mountain Resort as five miles of trail will be added this summer. Work on the resort’s five new downhill mtb trails began last October and resumed May 8. The resort is optimistic that trails will be ready to ride by mid-summer; weather permitting.