Downhill Mountain Biking
Ride purpose-built downhill mountain biking trails – designed and built in conjunction with Highland Trails LLC, of the industry-leading Highland Mountain Bike Park in the beautiful White Mountain National Forest.
Loon's Bike Park network includes over 6 miles of flowing freeride and gritty technical terrain. From the forgiving corners and straightaways of Mainline, to steep berms of Derailer and Steam Punk, our trails ideal for beginners and seasoned riders.
Coming For 2021
Loon is scheduled to open nearly 10,000 feet of trail before the fall 2021. Working in tandem with Highland Trails LLC, construction is underway on Overhaul, a Green Freeride trail, Hopper a Blue Freeride trail and Upper Roundhouse, a Blue Technical trail that will connect the Bike Park to the cross-country trails of the East Ridge Trail Network.
Upper Roundhouse is Open
Upper Roundhouse is a blue square technical trail that branches out from Overhaul. This short but sweet trail boasts tight turns, bigger switchbacks and some rock features before reaching the bridge into the East Ridge Trail Network. Once you enter the East Ridge and access the cross-country trails there is no lift access so enjoy the ride, swing by the river and make your way back to the base area.
Work continues elsewhere on the hill as the crew are digging, raking and compacting the dirt in the East Basin with the aim of opening another new trail later this summer.
Overhaul Now Open
Stemming from Mainline, Overhaul is a Green freeride trail winding through the East Basin woods and around Camp III with steady rollers and berms.
Hopper, slated to open later this summer will be a Blue freeride trail that follows the Brookway ski trail with straight-aways, a mix of features and smaller jumps.
The Big Picture
In May 2019, Loon broke ground on a multi-phase plan to build a network of over 15 miles of downhill mountain biking trails. Designed and built in conjunction with Highland Trails LLC, the new network of trails will complement our 6 existing miles of cross-country biking trails. Once all phases are complete, Loon will offer over 25 miles of downhill and cross-country biking trails.
Follow the progress of Loon MTB
2020 MTB - What a Difference a Year Makes
July Update: Mainline & Derailer
June Update: Berms, Branches & Bikes
Summer 2020 Update
Downhill Update: Pump Track & More
Coming Soon: Downhill Mountain Biking