MTBparks.com announces the return of the MTBparks Pass for 2017 offering members free lift tickets, discounts and deals at many of North America's Best Bike Parks. With more than 25 resorts and other partners confirmed so far—and more continually being added—the MTBparks Pass is officially the best value available in resort riding.
ALTA, WY – When we headed to Grand Targhee Bike Park last year for opening weekend, we lost out on first-chair bragging rights to then 13-year-old local ripper Nick Dunn. We have the honor of saying we saw him hit the signature Buffalo Drop for the fist time, and in this follow cam edit from Jeff Brines, it's clear he hasn't slowed down at all in his 14th year. He's no slouch on skis, either.
ALTA, WY – The 7th Annual Wydaho Rendezvous Teton Mountain Bike Festival runs Friday, September 2 through Monday, September 5, 2016, at Grand Targhee Bike Park and surrounding areas, bringing to the Teton Valley a weekend of mountain biking activities that will cater to all levels and kinds of rider.
JACKSON, WY – Now in its third year, the MTBparks.com Riders’ Choice Awards survey carries with it an undeniable momentum, and for us, has become an official start to the summer riding season. This year, with increased participation and some surprising rankings, we found ourselves watching the top spots change constantly in the 11th hour as the final flood of votes poured in; it’s become our Super Bowl. And then on Super Tuesday, as we compiled the results while much of the country kicked off a heated election season, we couldn’t help but draw parallels to our nation’s politics.
MTBparks.com announces the return of the MTBparks Pass for 2016 offering members free lift tickets, discounts and deals at many of North America's Best Bike Parks. With more than 35 resorts and partners confirmed so far—and more continually being added—the MTBparks Pass is the best value available in resort destination riding.
Looking to class things up a bit, or just wanting to try the latest creation of Chef Mike Richey? The Branding Iron Grill at Grand Targhee Resort is a great lunch or dinner spot featuring a welcoming atmosphere that is upscale yet casual and family-friendly looking up at the Dreamcatcher lift.
Grand Targhee Resort offers several slopeside lodging options just steps from the Dreamcatcher chairlift. Why drive when you can sleep slopeside with everything you need from the local bike shop to great grub a short stroll from your front door?
The Trap Bar is one of those rare bars in a resort village that even the locals frequent, and is a great spot for a hearty lunch (Try the bison sloppy Joe—trust us) and a cold beer when you need a rest between laps. The Trap is open on the weekends with live bands for special events. A big deck with a great view and solid tap selection make it an easy choice for an after-hours spot in the village.