Downhill Biking Trails To Open At Big Sky Resort

Thanks to an additional week of warm and dry weather, downhill biking trails at Big Sky Resort’s bike park will open for the season on Thursday, June 13.

The Explorer lift will start spinning on Thursday at 10 a.m., with lift service to all trails in the Explorer terrain pod: Easy Rider, Fade to Green, Fox Trot, Otter Slide, Rabbit Run, Takes Two, and Lower Tango.

On Friday, Ramcharger 8 will open for downhill biking, with access to Snake Charmer, Flicker, and Mountain to Meadow Connector. Ramcharger 8 will run daily for biking through September 15.

The Mountain to Meadow Climb is also open for uphill travel and access to Mountain to Meadow trail.

  • Lone Mountain Ladies Bike Clinic: Lone Mountain Ladies, a new two-day women’s bike clinic,  begins on Saturday, June 27. Big Sky Resort’s top-notch women instructors will provide skills clinics, a bike maintenance workshop, and personalized instruction. This clinic is best suited for riders who have a grasp on the basics of downhill biking and looking for specialized instruction to take their riding to the next level. 
  • Women’s Bike Skills Series: Coached by women, for women, this skills clinic is for beginner to advanced riders looking to gain confidence and skills in downhill mountain biking. The Women’s Skills Series is held on select Fridays starting July 12 from 2 to 4:30 p.m.  
  • Elevated Wellness: Elevated Wellness returns to the Everett's 8800 deck on July 12 with a spin class by Zephyr Cycling Studio. Enjoy an adventurous twist on a spin class at 8,800 feet with breathtaking views of Lone Peak. In addition to spin, Elevated Wellness will also offer Pilates on July 19 and yoga on July 26. 
  • The Big Sky Biggie: Big Sky's favorite cross-country bike races return for another season on August 17. Starting in Big Sky’s Town Center and climbing into the beautifully distracting views from Lone Peak and Buck Ridge, riders will connect on some of the area’s most exhilarating (and challenging) pieces of single-track, double-track, gravel roads and the occasional paved segment. 

Stay tuned to the resort’s summer trail and lift report for real-time trail status and additional openings throughout the summer season.    

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