Downhill Mountain Biking

Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays

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. 

From the forgiving corners and straightaways of Mainline, our green-circle freeride trail, to the sharp curves and rollers of Bandit, our green-circle technical trail, these trails are ideal for beginners and seasoned riders.

Downhill Upgrades

Trail crews are building 10,000 feet of new trail - all scheduled to open this summer.  Two new Blue Freeride trails, Derailer and Cinder, which are being built in tandem with Highland Trails, LLC,  will be stocked with flowing berms and options for air - the next progression from Mainline and Spur.

Speaking of Mainline, 2,500 feet has been added, bringing that trail's total length to over 2 miles.

A short section of Derailer has been opened up as of July 17. The trail features a couple jumps some steeper berms. Focused on progression, these jump features can be rolled over so you can scope'em out before you commit to air time.

The trail crew continues to work on Derailer—stay tuned for updates along the way.

Uphill Capacity Doubled

Seven Brothers Triple is now doubled up.  As of July 24, the lift's bike-carrying capacity has doubled (since the '19 seasona) to get you on the trail more quickly.

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.

Health & Safety Guidelines

  • Masks are strongly encouraged for all guests while in line and riding Seven Brothers Triple. A full-face helmet is not a substitute for a mask.
  • RFID gates are used to reduce human contact.
  • While in the lift life, visual cues and signs are in place as reminders to maintain at least 6 feet of distance between groups.
  • Self-grouping is performed by guests. Guests who have traveled to Loon together (presumably from the same household) can ride the lift together. Guests who visit alone, should ride alone.
  • Routine cleaning of the chairs is conducted daily.

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