HikingThe Experiential Hiking Trail Network presented by Columbia.
9AM - 9PM
Guests can access the hiking trails with one of the following products:
- 2023/24 5x7®️ or Ikon Pass
- 2023/24 Explore Season Pass
- Play All Day ticket
- Play All Evening ticket
- Explore All Day ticket
- Play As You Go Ticket
- Check the Mountain Conditions Report prior to heading out for current trail status, weather, and conditions.
- Hiking is self-guided and proper footwear is recommended. Lightweight sandals are not suitable for hiking and multi-use trails.
- Stay hydrated. Carry a bottle of water or wear a hydration backpack system.
- Tell a reliable person where you are going and when you expect to be back.
- Dogs must be on-leash at all times.
- Study trail descriptions and maps. Choose a trail suitable for the least experienced hiker in your group.
- Stay on marked trails.
- Show courtesy to fellow trail users! Hike to the least experienced hiker's ability.
- Leave what you find. Do not remove natural resources from the trails including rocks, fossils, nests, and other such items. Let other people enjoy them as you do.
- To prevent damage to vegetation, stay on marked trails at all times.
- Leave no trace. Pick up what you pack in to the trails including disposable cups, water bottles, wrappers and more. Garbage and recycling bins are located at the top and bottom of Blue Mountain for your use.
Designated Picnic Area
Guidelines for Safety and Enjoyment:
To ensure an enjoyable experience for all, we kindly ask guests to be considerate of others and use tables for a maximum of 60 minutes. Also, please ensure you use our provided waste and recycling receptacles to help keep this area clean. Note that this area is not secured nor monitored and any items left are at the guests’ own risk. For safety reasons, grilling equipment, hot plates, and open flames are not permitted.