THE 2017 MTB SEASON STARTS MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND! Stay tuned for details on operational schedules, hours and other information coming very soon!
18 APRIL 2017 - All downhill bike TRAILS here at Spirit Mountain remain closed at this time.
Trails will open as we move along through the next several/many weeks as all begins to "dry-out" and our crew starts the respective maintenance processes. Once trails dry-out enough to ride this Spring, we will open accordingly. Please do NOT ride on closed or wet trails; this could lead to trail damage and/or personal injury, so do your part for sustainable trails & safe riding!! Our plan is to begin lift-served bike operations as we roll into Memorial Day Weekend, or perhaps we see some early-season bonus days if the weather allows....stay tuned for updates as all unfolds!!
As always, for additional details on ops and other insights, please visit our Mountain Message
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Always utilize the IMBA RULES OF THE TRAIL when riding at Spirit Mountain Bike Park, and please follow the Code & Rules as well while enjoying our trails!
Please Note: On days when the lift is not running & trails are open; Happy Camper is the uphill return trail. Use caution when ascending & descending Happy Camper on these days. On days when the lift is running, there is no uphill trail usage as safety is our utmost priority for all guests.
Please Note II: Trails may open and close at various times during operations due to conditions and/or maintenance.
Know The Code
MOUNTAIN BIKE RESPONSIBILITY CODE
MOUNTAIN BIKING INVOLVES THE RISK OF INJURY. COMMON SENSE AND CAUTION CAN REDUCE THE RISK. FOR YOUR SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF OTHERS, PLEASE ADHERE TO THE CODE.
Know the Code – Be Safety Conscious
It is Your Responsibility
Park Privileges Revoked for Breach of this Code
Bike Park Rules
Mountain biking and bike terrain expose you to risk of serious injury or death. Prior to using the trails and terrain, it is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with all instructions and warnings and to follow your responsibility code.
The slopes of this resort are a forested environment. These slopes are home to many bears and other wildlife. Please use caution during your visit and obey the following:
-Keep a good distance from all bears
Thank you for following these basic rules