Opening Day: June 18, 2016 - Closing Day: October 10, 2016
2016 OPERATING HOURS
SUMMER SEASON (June 18 - September 5)
Open Daily: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
FALL SEASON (September 10 - October 10)
Weekends Only: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
2016 TICKET PRICES
Full Day: $35
XC Trails: Free
Season Pass: $129
2016 MTBPARKS PASS PERKS
• One FREE lift ticket
Attitash Mountain Resort Bike Park Overview
Attitash is home to more than 20 miles of world-class mountain biking with lift-serviced downhill terrain, singletrack and cross-country trails for all abilities, with a bike shop ready to meet all your rental and tuning needs.
WHAT TO EXPECT RIDING AT ATTITASH MOUNTAIN RESORT BIKE PARK
Attitash offers some of the best lift-serviced mountain biking in the New England region. From the base of Attitash, the Flying Yankee Quad provides access to more than six miles of mixed trail and single track downhill terrain for advanced mountain biking.
WHAT'S NEW AT ATTITASH MOUNTAIN RESORT BIKE PARK
With the addition of the newly added ZipTour and Bear Peak summit access via the Flying Bear chairlift, Attitash will be working to bring additional terrain to the bike park . There are already lower mountain enduro trails that can be pedal accessed from Attitash but with summit access now available, incredible new possibilities await.
BEYOND THE BIKE PARK
Perfect for families and beginners, the Thorne Pond Trail System provides 12 miles of easy to moderate single- and doubletrack terrain along the Saco River.
2016 EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
Double Down Races* Saturday July 16 Saturday August 20 Saturday September 17 *Visit the Dirt Trax Bike Shop on campus or call 603.374.2680 for more info.
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Attitash Mountain Resort has over 20 miles of mountain bike trails for all abilities, including 27 downhill trails and 8 cross-country trails. Enjoy the scenic cross-country terrain along the Saco River or ride the more extreme, lift-accessed downhill terrain on Attitash.
Lift-Serviced, Downhill Terrain
Attitash offers some of the best lift-serviced mountain biking in the region. From the base of Attitash, the Flying Yankee Quad provides access to more than six miles of mixed trail and single track downhill terrain for advanced mountain biking.
Perfect for families and beginners, the Thorne Pond Trail System provides 12 miles of easy to moderate single and double track terrain along the Saco River. Due to the Thorne Pond revitilazation project and condition of trails from recent flooding, the fee for Cross-Country Mountain Biking has been waived until further notice and many of the cross-country trails are not currently available.
BARTLETT, NH — Attitash Mountain Resort will once again be hosting some of New Hampshire's premier mountain bike race events this summer including the Eastern States Cup and the new Double Down Race Series. This is the third consecutive summer the Eastern States Cup series will be returning to Attitash, with this year's events serving as New Hampshire's Enduro State Championships on June 27-28 and Downhill Championships on August 29-30.
BARTLETT, NH – Attitash Mountain Biking Resort returns to the MTBparks Pass program for 2015 with one FREE day of riding. In its second year, the MTBparks Pass gives riders free lift tickets, discounts and deals at some of the Best Bike Parks across North America. With more than 30 resorts and partners offering benefits—and more continually being added—the MTBparks Pass is the best value available in resort destination riding.
Attitash, NH – The Attitash POC Eastern States Cup Enduro Series Race #2 was contested this past weekend in the beautiful White Mountains of NH. Weather was cooperating with the sun shining all weekend. The Attitash course consisted of five timed segments, three transfers and two lift rides. The course was typical New England terrain with plenty of loose rocks, tight technical woods...
Attitash, NH – The Bike Park at Attitash Mountain Resort will again host the POC Eastern States Cup New Hampshire Downhill Championship and will also be a venue for the series new Enduro Mountain Bike event this summer. The Eastern States Cup (ESC) is a USA Cycling (USAC) Regional Championship Series with events being held in New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts, and New York.
Attitash, NH — Attitash Mountain Resort will open summer & fall operations on the Memorial Day Weekend beginning Saturday, May 26 at 10 a.m. Recognized as one of New England’s original, summer fun ski areas when the Alpine Slide, still the longest lengths in North America, first opened to the public on July 1, 1976, Attitash has added many more summer attractions at the base since that time including the newer Nor’Easter Mountain Coaster.
Attitash, NH — For the second year in a row, Attitash Mountain Resort Bike Park will serve as a host venue for the POC Eastern States Cup downhill mountain biking series. The Eastern States Cup (ESC) is a USA Cycling (USAC) Regional Championship Series with events being held in New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, and New York.
Attitash, NH — The Pin The Trail series will run for six weeks and be a single run format downhill mountain bike race held every Wednesday at Attitash Resort Bike Park. Each week, a number plate draw determines the next week’s course with the lucky winner playing the classic, blindfolded game of “Pin the Tail on the Donkey” to make the choice.