About the Trails

Downhill Trails

In May 2019, Loon broke ground on a multi-phase plan to build a network of over 15 miles of lift-serviced downhill mountain biking trails!

With summer in full swing, Loon will continue to expand the trails with over 10,000 feet of new downhill mountain biking trails. Designed and built in conjunction with Highland Trails LLC, of the industry-leading Highland Mountain Bike Park, the new network of trails will complement Loon's 6+ existing miles of cross-country biking trails. Once all phases are complete, Loon will offer over 20 miles of biking trails - the largest network of combined downhill and cross-country trails in New Hampshire.


Go off the rails-here comes a section of Derailer. Used in the railroad industry, a derailer is a device placed to prevent trains from rolling onto the mainline or other tracks. Loon's Derailer, will keep avid riders rolling with speed through a series of photo-ready jumps, rollers and berms.


Looking for a bit more of a challenge? Take on Steam Punk, a blue-square technical trail. This trail features more advance rollers, berms and other technical features as it weaves back and forth across the mountain.


A two-mile, green-circle freeride trail. This wide, generous trail traverses through beautiful forest to the east of the Seven Brothers Triple, with enough switchbacks and banked turns to satisfy any level of rider.


Featuring tight turns, rollers, and more advanced features, this green-circle technical trail is great for riders looking to develop their skills. You'll have a blast as you switchback through the forest across ski trails, and around huge glacial boulders.


This green-circle freeride trail connects riders from the runout of the Bandit and Mainline trails back down to the load area for the Seven Brothers Triple.