Mountain Biking

This newly built mountain bike trail network provides a selection of flowy blues and technical blacks that will not disappoint. The famed Fifty Six Twenty is rumoured to be the longest flow trail ever built, running our full vertical drop of 5,620 feet.

  • 2022 Tickets & Passes Adult
    Ages 19+
    Youth/Senior
    Ages 13-18 / 65+
    Child
    Ages 6-12
     
    Season Pass
    Unlimited Riding
    From June 4 - Sept 25

    $499

    $419

    $189
    Buy Online »
    3 Day Vertical Card
    3 Pre-Loaded Days
    & 30% Off Additional Days
    Online Price: $139 
    Regular Price: $149
    Online Price: $119
    Regular Price: $129
    Online Price: $49
    Regular Price: $59
    Buy Online »
    MTB Lift Tickets June 4-24: $39
    June 25 & Onwards: $69
    June 4-24: $29
    June 25 & Onward: $59
    June 4-24: $19
    June 25 & Onward: $29
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    Buy Tickets Online & Save Up to 20%!

    *Online tickets must be purchased a minimum of one day in advance of use. For information on our refund policies, click here.
    Mountain Bike Ticket
    Purchase Online in Advance
    & Save Up to 20%
      June 4-24 June 25 &
    Onwards
    Adult (19-64) From $39.00 $69.00
    Youth (13-18) From $29.00 $59.00
    Senior (65+) From $29.00 $59.00
    Child (6-12) From $19.00 $29.00
    Buy Online

    *Online tickets must be purchased a
    minimum of one day in advance of use.
    For information on our refund policies, click here.

    *Online tickets must be purchased a
    minimum of one day in advance of use.
    For information on our refund policies, click here.
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    3 Day Vertical Card
    Includes 3 Pre-Loaded Days
    & 30% Off Additional Days
      Online
    Price
    Regular
    Rate
    Adult (19-64) $139 $149
    Youth (13-18) $119 $129
    Senior (65+) $119 $129
    Child (6-12) $49 $59
    Buy Online
    Season Pass
      Price
    Adult (19-64) $499
    Youth (13-18) $419
    Senior (65+) $419
    Child (6-12) $189
    Buy Online 
  • Climb into the alpine and back down through BC's inland temperate rainforest. View the trail map ≫

    Alpine and cross-country biking
    Climbing, Multi-Use & Cross-Country Trails
      Stoke Climb (To Access Fifty Six Twenty & Mackenzie Ridge)
    The Stoke Climb closes at 2:30pm
    Open 7 km
    Uphill Only, Multi-Use
      Mackenzie Ridge Open 1.8 km
    Uphill & Downhill, Multi-Use
    Downhill Freeride Trails
      Salad Fingers Open 4.1 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      Fifty Six Twenty (Lower) Open 2.3 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      Guilt Trip Open 1.5 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      Vibe Check Open 0.7 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      Bagful of Boogie Open 7.4 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      Fifty Six Twenty (Upper) Open 15 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      End Game Open 2.3 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      Doomsday Open 2.0 km
    Downhill Biking Only
    Technical Trails
      Rusty Spoon Open 1.9 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      Dirty Sandwich Open 0.2 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      The Big Easy Open 1.6 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      Boggie Bagpipe Open 0.9 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      Macht Schnell Open 1.00 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      Freehab Open 0.1 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      Dust Punk Open 0.6 km
    Downhill Biking Only
      Fish Bonker Open 1 km
    Downhill Biking Only
        Pipe Wrench Open 2.3 km
    Downhill Biking Only
    Climbing, Multi-Use & Cross-Country Trails
      Stoke Climb
    Open
    The Stoke Climb closes at 2:30pm
      Mackenzie Ridge
    Open
    Downhill Freeride Trails
      Salad Fingers
    Open
      Fifty Six Twenty (lower)
    Open
      Guilt Trip
    Open
      Vibe Check
    Open
      Bagful of Boogie
    Open
      Fifty Six Twenty (Upper)
    Open
      End Game
    Open
      Doomsday
    Open
    Technical Trails
      Rusty Spoon
    Open
      Dirty Sandwich
    Open
      The Big Easy
    Open
      Boggie Bagpipe
    Open
      Macht Schnell
    Open
      Freehab
    Open
      Dust Punk
    Open
      Fish Bonker
    Open
        Pipe Wrench
    Open
    *Note: Trail Opening dates depend on a number of factors including trail topography, weather, mechanical issues and fire suppression. Our trail crew is working hard to get trails opened as soon as they can, in the best condition possible. Thank you for your patience.
  • Operating Dates

    Opening Day June 4, 2022
    Closing Day September 25, 2022
    Hours of Operation

    Operational Notes

    • Dogs are not permitted in the gondola or on the bike trails
    • There is intermittent cell phone coverage on the mountain
    • The Stoke Climb, Greely and Mackenzie Ridge trails are multi-use. Please use caution while biking and yield to hikers

    Policies

    • Helmets are mandatory
    • You must be an intermediate rider or above to load the gondola
    • You must be at least 6 years of age
    • Children 6-12 must be accompanied by an adult
    • All riders must yield to hikers and uphill traffic
    • Passes will be revoked for deviating off of marked biking trails
    • Come prepared! All riders should have water, a spare tube and tools in case of an emergency

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Are there any beginner friendly trails?

    Yes! We now offer technical and flowy trails for the whole range of abilities, with Salad Fingers being the easiest trail available. That being said, a minimum of mountain biking skills are still required and risk is still involved. Make sure to RIDE SMART!

    Should I bring my downhill bike?

    Yes, we have introduced a trail called Guilt Trip which will bring you straight across to Fifty Six Twenty from the top of the gondola without climbing. Please note, our rental shop is also offering e-bike rentals to assist with the climb if you wanted to ride the entirety of Fifty Six Twenty.

    Can I pedal up from the bottom?

    No, our trail network does not allow bikers to pedal up from the base of the Resort. Please purchase a ticket and ride the Revelation Gondola to the start of the trails.

    Do you offer discounted rates for large groups?

    Yes, however, rates are dependent on the seasonality of the dates requested and require a minimum of 10 people or more. Please reach out to the Sales Team at [email protected] for further information.


  • Risks Associated with Mountain Biking

    Mountain biking takes place on steep and rugged terrain and features that are both physically and technically challenging and will expose the rider to many risks, dangers and hazards. These include but are not limited to the following:

    • Use of chairlifts and gondolas.
    • Changing weather conditions.
    • Slips, trips and falls.
    • Loss of balance.
    • High speed descents.
    • Difficulty or inability to control one’s speed and direction.
    • Rapid or uncontrolled acceleration on hills and inclines.
    • Extreme variation in cycling terrain including steep or slippery sections, trees, roots, tree stumps, logs, cliffs, rocks, rock drops, loose gravel, holes, depressions, streams and creeks.
    • Constructed feature such as bridges, ramps, ladders, bumps, berms, jumps, and drops.
    • Mechanical failure of equipment.
    • Collisions with natural and constructed objects, other mountain bikers, vehicles, pedestrians, spectators and officials.
    • Encounters with domestic and wild animals including dogs and bears.
    • Negligence of other riders or users of the premises.
    • Infectious disease contracted through viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi which may be transmitted through direct or indirect contact.
    • Negligent first aid.
    • Accidents during mountain bike instructional courses, lessons, clinics or sessions.
    • Failure to act safely or within one’s own ability or to stay within designated areas.
    • And NEGLIGENCE ON THE PART OF THE OPERATOR and its directors, officers, employees, instructors, agents, representatives, volunteers, independent contractors, subcontractors, sponsors, successors and assigns.

Mountain Bike Trail Map

Get a birds eye view of our mountain bike trail network.

More Biking Around Revelstoke

Find more information on non lift-accessed mountain bike trails around Revelstoke. 

Mountain Bike Camp

Introduction to the Revelstoke Mountain Resort Bike Park and continued skills development on green and blue trails for 9-15 years old, with a focus on fundamentals and riding techniques including body positioning, braking, cornering, and line choice.

Mountain Bike Rentals

Need some wheels? We've got you covered! Come rent a two-wheeled steed for the day from the rental shop beside Guest Services.

Bike Repairs

Our multi-season repair shop can get you back into the mountains in no time.

Hours of Operation

Current hours of operation for activities, lifts, and amenities at Revelstoke Mountain Resort.

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