Brundage Mountain Bike Park
The ever-expanding Brundage Mountain Bike Park offers a full spectrum of mountain biking experiences.
Beginner riders can get comfortable with mountain bike trails as they practice bank turns and gentle rollers on one of the new XC trails in the base area. Every level of rider will enjoy the 6-mile all-mountain traverse of the popular and flow-friendly Elk Trail. For a bigger adrenaline rush, head out to Hidden Valley to put your downhill skills to the test. NEW THIS YEAR: Growler gets a re-boot as a two-way trail and a connection to the gorgeous, new Lakeview Vista Trail.
Q: Can I Ride My E-Bike at Brundage Mountain?
A: Yes and No.
E-Bikes are welcome on the bike trails that are built on private property in the Brundage Mountain base area: Greenhorn, Hammerhead & Thorn Creek. E-Bikes are NOT ALLOWED on bike trails built on US Forest Service property, which includes all trails aside from the three listed above.
Brundage Mountain has offered lift-served mountain biking since the early 1990’s and is well known for gravity-fed thrills on 26 miles of single track, including expert downhill trails like Hidden Valley and Zorro. Recent enhancements include the addition of more than six miles of XC riding in the base area and on the south side of the mountain.
A full rental fleet is available on site, featuring Kona, Rossignol and Giant bikes. You’ll also find a full-service restaurant and bar, free disc golf, a fishing pond, a camp store and a small on-site campground.
For the more aggressive rider, the technical Hidden Valley trail offers fast chutes, big jumps, tight corners, drops and log rides as it descends 1,600 feet. More thrills are available on Zorro, where treed steeps will keep your stoke factor high.
Most of the Brundage Mountain trails begin at the top of the BlueBird Express Chairlift, including long-time favorite: Elk Trail. This 6-mile classic old-school flow trail traverses through a variety of mountain landscapes. Above the tree-line, riders will take in spectacular views of the Payette Lakes to the south and east, and the Seven Devils and Wallowa Mountains to the north and west before dipping into shadier sections of trail winding between aspen groves, pine forests and wildflower-laden meadows.
Growler offers a more mellow ride with smooth, intermediate cruisers and peek-a-boo views. Growler can now be accessed from the base area, providing more options to enjoy this fun and scenic ride, which connects into the latest addition to the Brundage Bike Park, the Lakeview Vista Trail:
COMING SOON: Three miles of brand new trail wrap around the south end of Brundage Mountain, offering spectacular views of the Payette Lakes and the Lakeview Bowl. This trail connects to the Brundage Mountain summit, for two-way ride with near 360-degree views.
Summit Elevation: 7,640 feet
Base Elevation: 5,840 feet
Total Resort Vertical: 1,800 feet
Total Bike Park Vertical: 1,800 feet
Total Number of Trails: 12
Beginner Trails: 6
Intermediate Trails: 2
Expert or Pro Trails: 4
BIKE PARK FEATURES
Lift Access Riding
Cross Country Trails
Brundage Bike Park Season Passes
2019 Summer Bike Park Season Pass – Individual – $129
2019/20 Winter Season Pass Holders get a special deal on Summer Bike Park Passes – Just $79
Mountain Bike Ticket & Rental Pricing – 2019 Pricing
(at least 24 hrs
|Adult (12 & up)||$37||Save up to $12||$30|
|Youth (7-11)||$24||Save up to $5||$20|
|6 & Under||FREE||FREE|
|SINGLE RIDE TICKET|
|Adult (12 & up)||$25|
Mountain Bike Rentals
|(Not Allowed on Chairlift)||$59||$48|
|Elbow & Knee Pad Combo||$10|
|Knee & Shin Pads||$5|
|Prices listed do not include 6% sales tax|
Children under 18 must have parent’s signature