There’s a reason Grand Targhee is #2 in the Top 5 Best Bike Parks in the Northwest (according to MTBparks.com) three years running.
Miles of spectacular lift-serviced singletrack trails wind through wildflower meadows. There’s terrain for everyone, from flowy beginner-friendly trails to more technical downhill. And now through June 1, you can buy your bike park tickets at the lowest prices of the season.
Bike Park passes grant riders access to 15 miles of lift-served downhill trail off the Dreamcatcher and Shoshone chair lifts. The lifts will run every day, 10:00am – 5:00pm, and offers access to beginner and intermediate flow trails, plus Chutes & Ladders and Otter Slide. Family Fridays will return this summer, which means Shoshone will run until 7 p.m. June 28, July 5, July 26, and August 16. Buddy Pegs will also host a complimentary balance bike course on these Fridays, so get the whole family out and about this summer.
Last summer, the resort opened its newest downhill trail “Blondie,” an experts-only, top-to-bottom fall-line downhill trail. Buffalo Drop, a long-time favorite, has been rebuilt to feature larger jumps and improved flow for a better riding experience. The new Drop Zone and redesigned Pinball gives riders a chance to practice their skills before heading up the hill.
Bike park passes come with perks including two 50% off friends and family bike park tickets, discounts on bike school, food & beverage, summer lodging, retail, new bike purchases and more!
Don’t miss your chance to get Grand Targhee Bike Park passes at the lowest prices of the season.
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