Opening Day: May 23, 2014 - Closing Day: October 5, 2014
2014 Operating Schedule:
May 23 - June 30: Weekends & Holidays 10am - 4pm
Also open Wednesdays June 4 – 25 | 12:30 - 4pm
July 2 - Sept 1: Weds/Thurs 12pm-5pm, Fri/Sat/Sun 10am - 5pm
Sept. 6 - Oct. 5: Sat & Sun 10am - 5pm
Labor Day Weekend: Fri, Sat, Sun & Mon 10am - 5pm
Columbus Weekend: Fri, Sat, Sun & Mon 10am - 5pm
Please note: May 31-June 1 normal bike and hike operations
will be closed due to Tough Mudder.
2014 Lift and Trails Pass Prices
Full Day Lift: Adult $38 | Jr/Sr $30
Two Day Lift: Adult $66 | Jr/Sr $55
Three Day Lift: Adult $94 | Jr/Sr $80
Afternoon Lift: 2-4pm: Adult $28 | Jr/Sr $20
Mount Snow Bike Park Overview
Check out the Mount Snow Bike Park this summer and enjoy one day FREE with your 2014 MTBparks Pass!
Mount Snow Bike Park in Vermont | One of the Top Five Best Bike Parks in the North East
Ever since Mount Snow put the first bike on its' chairlift, 28 years ago, the resort has been creating stoked downhill mountain biking memories year after year. The network of downhill mtb trails is rooted deep in the heritage of DH Mountain biking, with the resort hosting dozens of major events including, most recently, the USA Cycling National Championships.
What kind of mountain biking experience can you expect at Mount Snow?
With the East's only lift-served introductory downhill trail, plus freeride trails like Trail 9; steep, narrow single track and miles of cross country trails Mount Snow Bike Park literally has something for everyone, not just the experts. The diverse terrain and easy access are a big part of why Mount Snow is the #2 Bike Park in the Northeast on the MTBParks readers poll.
In 2012, construction was completed on a new beginner downhill trail that gives riders wanting to learn how to mountain bike downhill the ability to break into gravity riding with ease.
Over the past few years the trail builders at Mount Snow have been progressively integrating new-school features like berms, ladders, manmade surfaces, and dirt jumps into Mount Snow’s trail system; staying on course with the latest bike park trends.
Are cross country, or enduro mountain bike trails located at Mount Snow?
The area surrounding Mount Snow is home to over 35 miles of mountain bike terrain consisting of single-track, old town roads and ski trails that take riders through dense forest and wide open back roads.
What new trails & features were added in 2013?
In 2013, Mount Snow came out with First Lift and First Drop programs, which are clinics geared towards introducing people to the sport of downhill mountain biking, and subsequently advancing those skills.
First Lift is a learn-to program which includes a full suspension bike rental, helmet and body armor. A guide gets participants familiar with the operations of a downhill mountain bike, teaches proper positioning and technique. Once everyone is ready, they hop on the lift for a run down Trail 7 - Mount Snow's new Introductory Downhill Trail.
First Drop is for cyclists who are already comfortable on a downhill mountain bike, proficient enough on the bike to ride Trail 7 and want to learn more advanced skills and perhaps go down more difficult terrain. Equipment rental and guide service are included.
What can riders look forward to in 2014?
There are a couple of ideas in the works including construction of a new intermediate freeride trail and expanded lift operations schedule.
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Directions to Mount Snow
The Main Base Area is the hub for mountain bike operations and services. The Crosstown area, located 1 1/2 miles from the Mount Snow Base area, provides the family or new rider with a comfortable introduction to the sport.
From New York City and South Take I-95 North to I-91 in New Haven, CT. Follow I-91 North to Exit #2 in Vermont. Take Route 9 West 20 miles to Wilmington, VT. Turn right at the stoplight on to Route 100 North. Nine miles to Mount Snow. For Main Entrance, turn left at second blinking light.
From Boston, MA Take Route 2 West to I-91. Follow I-91 north to Exit #2 in Vermont. Take Route 9 West 20 miles to Wilmington, VT. Turn right at the stoplight on to Route 100 North. Nine miles to Mount Snow. For Main Entrance, turn left at second blinking light.
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At the Mount Snow Bike Park, progression is the name of the game. The resort strives to provide first-timers and seasoned riders with a fun, thrilling and challenging experience all in the name of pushing the sport of downhill mountain biking to the next level. In the past few years the park has been progressively integrating features like berms, ladders, manmade surfaces, and dirt jumps into Mount Snow’s trail system; staying ahead of what has become expected of the new age bike park. Last fall, construction was completed on a new beginner downhill trail that gives anyone the ability to cruise down the mountain with ease. The 2013 season has seen the addition of a new flowy, fast freeride trail, Trail 9.
West Dover, VT – At Mount Snow, progression is the name of the game. The resort strives to provide first-timers and seasoned riders with a fun, thrilling and challenging experience all in the name of pushing the sport of downhill mountain biking to the next level. Mount Snow's MTB Trail Crew have been hard at work all summer.
Mount Snow, VT – After 27 years of providing some of the most-loved downhill mtb trails in the east, Mount Snow is taking some time to share what's so cool about this old- and new-school mountain bike resort.
Mount Snow, VT – Curious about downhill riding? Want to join your friends on their weekend bike adventures? Now you can learn how to mountain bike at Mount Snow with their new First Lift learn-to downhill mountain bike program. The new beginner-specific course utilizes Trail 7 - the East's only lift-served introductory downhill mtb trail - and includes equipment rental, lift pass and ninety minutes of instruction.
Mount Snow, VT — When Mount Snow Resort fired up the lifts for their 26th season of summer mountain bike operations over Memorial Day Weekend, riders finally had the opporunity to check out all the hard work the trail crew had been up to throughout the spring. Before the lifts run for the summer, not only did the crew work on clearing the legendary steep and technical expert terrain the resort has always been know for, but they were also busy putting the finishing touches on what is expected to be the longest, lift serviced beginner downhill trail in the northeast. Not to mention, the addition of a new beginner cross country trail as well.
Mount Snow, VT — Mount Snow welcomes back the POC Eastern States Cup Downhill Regional Championship Series with Race #5. This weekend’s race is the first race of the USA Cycling Vermont State Downhill Championships and the fifth POC ESC event of 2012. Mount Snow continues a rich tradition of hosting Downhill mountain bike events. The resort located in West Dover, VT has held numerous NORBA, World Cup and National Championship events.
Mount Snow, VT – The Eastern States Cup Downhill Regional Championship Mountain Bike Race Series visits Vermont and Mount Snow for the final time in 2011. The August 21st race will be the fourth and final race of the USA Cycling Vermont State Downhill Championships and the eighth ESC event of 2011.