Serviced by Gunnar high-speed chairlift, the trails open an entirely new area to the bike park, adding more than three miles of trail and a significant increase in vertical drop. The existing downhill bike park has a vertical drop of 452 feet, while the North Face area boasts 750 feet of vertical.
The North Face Downhill Terrain trails are designed to cater to all skill levels.
The North Face Downhill Trails will open on Saturday, July 1, 2017 for the season!
Park hours subject to change based on weather and daylight.
Descending down the east ridge of the backside, this trail features a mix of cross-country single track and machine-width trail. Riders will have a chance to test their technical riding skills as well as maintaining speed through twists and turns in the forest. Whether you are warming up for the day or building your skills from the ground up, this trail is sure to be a good cruise.
This flowy trail is machine-built and hand crew-tuned. The high-speed descent will put you into fighter pilot mode as the trail dips and swoops through the forest across the eastern pitch of the North Face.
This trail is not for the faint of heart... Prepare to drop in! A steep, technical descent with tight shoots, loamy soil and rock gardens, KT7 was built using limited man-made features and machinery. Built almost entirely by hand, this trail will take you back to the roots of downhill mountain biking.
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