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UPDATE: March 9, 2020
Thanks for a great launch season—we're anxious to get riding this spring.
Downhill Mountain Biking plans to open at the end of May 2020 (Memorial Day weekend or after).
We plan to open with four miles on four trails: Mainline, Spur, Bandit and Steam Punk. Downhill trails will be open weekends through mid-June (date TBD) and then shifting to being open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday into the fall.
Construction on Phase Two trails will begin in spring with the goal of opening 5 more miles of terrain by the fall. Our team will continue to work Highland Trails LLC. on trail building and design.
2020 MTB season passes will go on sale in early April 2020. Sign up for emails to be the first to know when they go on sale.
Join The Team
Become a member of the MTB team here at Loon. We're looking for trail builders, lift attendants, bike patrol, Bike Center staff and more.
PHASE ONE DOWNHILL TRAILS
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 green-circle freeride trail that’s over a mile and a half long. 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.
DOWNHILL TRAIL MAP
See Phase 1 Downhill Trail Map below
CROSS COUNTRY TRAILS
Explore 6+ miles of cross-country trails that follow the scenic Pemigewasset River and ascend through the forest along the shoulder of Black Mountain. These trails are an excellent option for intermediate and advanced riders.
Our Pumphouse Pump Tracks is closed for the 2019 season. Come ride 'em next year!