Biking at Blue

Diverse trails with breathtaking views!

 Included With Play All Day Ticket and Explore All Day ticket

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Explore Blue on two wheels!

Experience the thrill of achievement with the on-mountain riding experience at Blue.Take on the cross county trails at the top of Blue Mountain or enjoy a spin on the Georgian Trail and explore the region.

As of Oct. 2Closed for the Season

Cross Country Trails
The Explore Park’s cross country trail network offers 7 trails including a variety of terrain with options for beginners and more experienced riders. Whether you prefer a leisurely ride to enjoy the scenic mountaintop surroundings or ride through forest trails, pedal your day away on the escarpment.

See the cross country trails on the Explore Park Map including:

Lower Mountain
🟢 Pathway to Village
🟦 Lower Green

Upper Mountain

🟢 Sunny Side Up
🟢 Time Line
🟢 Route 66
♦︎Outer Limits

Downcountry Trails
Downcountry biking combines elements of cross country and downhill biking. Explore the downcountry trail network located in the Orchard area of the Explore Park which includes dynamic climbs and descents. Challenge your riding skills and abilities in our Little Rollers and High Rollers Bike Skills Area. The downcountry trails at Blue are a perfect choice for those seeking a balance between the adventure of downhill and the endurance of cross country biking.

See Downcountry Trail Map for all uphill and downcountry bike trails.

Lower Mountain
🟦 Cruise
🟦 Trail Mix
🟦 Fresh
🟦 Roller Derby
🟦 Little River Bend
🟦 Valley
🟦 Pitter Patter
🟦 Enchanted
Fast Facts

 Included With Play All Day ticket & Explore All Day ticket

 Seven cross country bike trails

 Designated downcountry trail network

 Two bike skills area
Need to Know


  • Participants ages 5-12 must be accompanied by an adult (18+)


  • Cruiser bikes are best on paved and mostly flat terrain
  • Cross country bikes are ideal for our cross country trail network
  • The downcountry trails and skills bike areas require a bike with sufficient suspension to manage the ups and downs of our diverse downcountry trails

Risk Awareness
  • Review Mountain Bikers Responsibility Code
  • Ride in control and within your ability
  • Ride with a buddy
  • Always wear a helmet
  • Stay hydrated
  • Stay on open, designated trails
  • Obey all sings and warnings
  • Respect the staff, other riders, and conditions
  • Carry a tool pack and spare tube
  • Follow posted hours
  • Please note, trails are not swept at the end of the day
  • Age and other restrictions apply, visit
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Bike Trail Access

Access to the Explore Park's biking network can be obtained with an Explore All Day ticket, Play All Day ticket, Play All Evening ticket, Play As You Go ticket, or 2023/24 Season Pass product including 5x7®️, Ikon, and Explore Pass.

Frequently Asked Questions

Guests can access the bike trails with one of the following products:

  • 2024/25 5x7®️ or Ikon Pass
  • 2024/25 Explore Season Pass
  • Play All Day ticket
  • Play All Evening ticket
  • Explore All Day ticket
  • Play As You Go Ticket
  • No. Bikes are not permitted on the Gondola. Guests that would like to ride the mountaintop trails are encouraged to drive their bikes to the top, and park in the designated lot.

    No. Climbing and descending bike trails do not go all the way down or up the mountain. The climbing and descending trails in The Orchard are only partially up the hill. Mountaintop trails run parallel across the top and do not offer significant climbs or descents.

    No! We no longer have rental bikes available at Blue Mountain.

    We recommend riders have disc brakes and knobby tires.

    There are 23 trails designated for cross country and downcountry biking. The majority of the trails are located in The Orchard and South Base area. There are 5 trails located at the top of the mountain. More information on each trail can be found on the Bike Trail Map.