Updated: When Are Bike Parks Reopening?

Jun 12, 2020 at 9:06
by Ed Spratt  
With social distancing guidelines being relaxed around the world we have gathered together all the important information on when bike parks will be opening their gates for riders. Check out the list below and we will be updating this page with more news when we have it.


Classi Whistler


Horseshoe Resort:
Horseshoe Resort is open to riders with lift access currently running from Thursday to Monday.

Sugarloaf NB:
Sugarloaf NB is open for riders.

Bromont is open for riding.

Fernie Alpine Resort:
Fernie Alpine Resort reopened on June 27.

Panorama Mountain Resort:
Panorama Mountain Resort opened on June 27 for riding from Wednesday to Sunday.

Mount Washington:
Mount Washington re-opened for riding on June 27.

Revelstoke opened to riders on June 26.

Kicking Horse:
Kicking Horse is now open.

Sun Peaks:
Sun Peaks is currently re-opened on June 26.


Whisler is aiming to reopen on June 29.

Currently, the XC trails are open to the public with lift-accessed trails expected to be open from June 26 with social distancing measures put in place.

Big White:
Big White is currently aiming to re-open on July 10.

Silverstar is currently set to re-open on July 9


Coast Gravity Park
Blue Mountain
Canada Olympic Park


Vali Holl has one race left as a junior and will depart the start gate last tomorrow.


Highland reopened on May 28 with a series of measures in place to protect riders and member of staff. They are as follows:

- You will need a mask to visit the park!
- If you are not a season pass holder, you must reserve a day pass online in advance.
- When you arrive at the mountain, check-in at the Welcome Center. Cones are placed outside the building and there are stickers on the ground inside to keep visitors six feet apart. We will be asking all riders the standard COVID-19 screening questions set forth by the State of NH. In order to minimize contact, staff will also be asking you to put your wristband on yourself.
- We will be implementing social distancing guidelines in the lift line. Distancing markers are placed six feet apart, so you know where to stand.
- Groups who travel to the mountain together (presumably riders who have been quarantining together) will be able to ride the lift together. Our staff will not be pairing people together. It is your responsibility to stay within your group.

Mountain Creek:
Mountain Creek reopened on June 6 with a series of measures in place to protect riders and member of staff. They are as follows:

- If you are feeling sick or have been exposed to someone in your household who is feeling sick or has recently tested positive for COVID-19 – Please stay home. The trails will be waiting for you when you are feeling better and it is safe for you to visit.
- To better allow for social distancing, we will be limiting the amount of daily Lift Tickets we will be selling. All ticket and rental purchases must be made online in advance of your visit.
- There will be no onsite sales for Lift Tickets or Bike Rentals at this time.
- The Red Tail parking lot and driveway will remain closed for all guest parking and drop off. All guests should enter the resort on the Cobblestone Village side at the Mountain Creek marquee sign.
- Upon arrival, please check in with our staff in the booth at the entrance to the Cobblestone Parking Lot to pick up your tickets and passes. No ticket or pass pickup will be offered at the Red Tail Lodge.

- When parking please try to leave at least one open space between you and the next vehicle. When at your vehicle, please try to maintain social distance and keep your socializing only to the group that you came with. There will be a time for parking lot hangs and drinks shared after a good day of riding, but that time is not now.
- Please don’t Dirty Jersey and whatever trash you bring with you, please take home with you. That includes your riding buddies.
- Face coverings will be required for all guests in the base area and when not riding on your bike. A full-face helmet does not count as a face covering. Regardless of what your personal beliefs are on the use of masks there will be no exceptions to this rule. Our masks keep you safe. Your masks keep us safe.
- Restrooms will be available at the Red Tail Lodge. Please enter through the Biergarten entrance on the side of the lodge and maintain social distancing. Please know that we have staffed a dedicated restroom attendant to keep up on the cleaning and sanitization of our restrooms in accordance with current COVID-19 best practices.
- Limited curbside repair and retail services will be offered at the Red Tail Lodge. Broke something or forgot something? See our staff in front of the Red Tail Lodge for assistance.
- Rentals will be available for advanced online reservation starting on Saturday June 6. Rental bikes and pads will be thoroughly sanitized after each guest use.
- Lessons will not be available at this time. We are currently working on our plans and protocols to safely be able to offer lessons and hope to be adding those in the coming weeks.
- We will be limiting any high touch areas for the time being, this includes water jugs and rider seating areas at the lift. Please be prepared to be self-sufficient during your time at the park.

- At this time please note that no Bike Wash will be offered for guest use. A clean bike is a fast bike, but a dirty bike is a safe bike.
- Please maintain strict social distancing during your time with us at the park. Only congregate with the guests you arrived with, minimize your stopped time on trails and keep all high fives at least 6 feet apart.
- While waiting at the lift, please follow all posted signage, requirements and maintain at least 6 feet of distance between you and the next group of guests while waiting to load the lift.
- Masks must be worn while waiting to load the lift. No exceptions.
- We will be limiting the loading of the Cabriolet Gondola to only one biker or family group per cabin. Party Cabs will just have to wait.
- Keep your hands to yourself. Gondola cabins will be sanitized at the top of the mountain after each ride, but for your safety and that of your fellow riders please try to limit the number of surfaces you touch in the cabin.
- Have a plan in advance. Please limit the amount of time you spend at the top of the mountain and mid-mountain trail hubs. Have a plan of where you want to go in advance.
- We encourage riders to only ride with those other riders who arrived with them. Please maintain social distancing on the trails and at any trail merges or hubs. Rider spacing of at least 20 feet is recommended for maximum safety.
- See an injury or if you are injured yourself... Call EMS at 973-864-8888
- Ride within your limits and ability level and always follow the Mountain Bike Rider Responsibility Code

Tamarack reopened on May 28 with a series of measures in place to protect riders and member of staff. They are as follows:

- Guests will be advised to practice physical distancing by standing at least 6 feet away from other groups of people not riding the lift with them and while standing in lines. There will be a maximum of two guests allowed on each chair
- Hand sanitizer dispenser stations will be placed at each lift.

The park returned to normal operation May 2nd

Bryce Resort:
Bryce Resort re-opened on June 15

Angel Fire:
Angle Fire opened on May 29 with a series of precautions in place to protect staff and riders.

- Wash your hands frequently and avoid touching your face.
- Stay home if you are not feeling well, or are sneezing, coughing or have a fever.
- Utilize masks, gloves and hand sanitizer when enjoying public spaces.
- Practice social distancing, and stay 6ft away from those not in your household.

Snow Summit:
Snow Summit opened on June 12

Silver Mountain Bike Park:
Silver Mountain Bike Park is open to riders.

Blue Mountain:
Blue Mountain is back open for riding.

Thunder Mountain Downhill park:
Thunder Mountain Downhill park reopened on May 30.

Whitefish Mountain Resort:
Whitefish Mountain Resort opened June 6.

Powderhorn mountain resort:
Powderhorn mountain resort has reopened.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort:
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort opened on June 20.

Grand Targhee:
Grand Targhee is open for riding.

Big Sky:
Big Sky re-opened on June 26

Trestle Bike Park:
Trestle Bike Park opened on June 27 with a series of precautions in place to protect staff and riders.

Deer Valley:
Deer Valley is now open for riding.

Snowmass opened to riders on June 21

Mammoth Mountain:
Mammoth Mountain reopened on June 26.


Snowshoe re-opens on July 2.

Northstar is aiming to reopen on July 10.


Steamboat Springs:


2017 Fort William World Cup Downhill Track Walk - Photo Epic


Windhill Bike Park // Rogate:
Windhill Bike Park // Rogate reopened on June 6 with a series of measures in place to protect riders and member of staff. They are as follows:

- Limited numbers on site - Visitors will need to pre-purchase a day pass as only limited numbers will be allowed per site per day. We are working on the ability for registered members to do this but it won’t be operational until we have a confirmed opening date. There will be a provision for Full and Site members to have the cost of pre-purchased day passes refunded on arrival. As numbers will be restricted Full and Site members pre-booking and then not turning up would be an unacceptable outcome.
- If you arrive having not pre-purchased one of the limited day passes you will not be able to ride - no exceptions even if you’ve made a 500 mile round trip having first made sure your vision is OK by visiting a local beauty spot.
- Unaccompanied minors (under 14) will not be admitted even if they have purchased a ticket - the parks are not to be seen by parents as an alternative to home schooling.
- As much as the B1KEPARKS are a third place outside of Home and Work/School please during this first period of phased opening please only visit to ride as opposed to hang out – So during this phase please only Arrive, Ride, Depart. Obviously that is not to say you must been a state of perpetual motion but getting dropped off for the day and spending most of it socialising is not reasonable behaviour in the current climate.

- If you are worried that your eyesight has been impaired due to the virus, neither our trails or the drive here are the places to check how well its working, stay home and recuperate until you have fulfilled the quarantine required.
- Maintain social distancing if queuing on session push ups, fire roads or anywhere else.
- Riders to ride full runs or if seasoning trail only from designated session points.
- Ride within yourselves, a constant stream of emergency vehicle to sites is likely to see us closed down again….besides do you really want to be in an A&E department where contagion risks higher and the staff are already massively under-resourced.

Havoc Bike park:
Havoc Bike park is open but just for members.

Descend Bike Park:
Descend Bike Park is open to riders.

Chicksands has reopened for riders.


The 417 Bike Park will reopen on the 11th July for push/ride up option only Thursday - Sunday. pre-booking only

Nevis Range:
Nevis Range is hoping to open to riders on July 15 with social distancing restrictions in place.

Bike Park Wales:
Bike Park Wales is planning to reopen on July 6.

Revolution Bike Park:
Revolution Bike Park is planning to reopen on July 6.

Black Mountain:
Black Mountain is planning to reopen on July 6.

Dyfi Bike Park:
Dyfi Bike Park is planning to reopen on July 6.

Antur Stiniog:
Antur Stiniog is planning to reopen on July 6.

Cwmcarn is planning to reopen on July 6.

Llandegla is planning to reopen on July 6.


AE Forest:
Farmer Johns:
Leeds Urban Bike Park:


Vali Holl sending the final jump that nearly all the women are skipping.


La Bresse:
La Bresse reopened on June 6. Although some tracks and facilities remain closed.

Evo - Digne:
Is now open to riders.

Montclar bike park:
Montclar bike park has reopened for riders.

Alpe d'Huez:
Alpe d'Huez reopened on June 20

Les Orres:
Les Orres reopened on June 20.

Châtel Bike Park:
Châtel Bike Park is now fully open after previous restrictions to riding.

Les Arcs:
Les Arcs opened for riders on June 27

Les Deux Alpes:
Les Deux Alpes is now fully open after previous only being open for weekends.


Les Gets:
Les Gets is currently open during weekends with a full opening on June 30


La sorrera:
La sorrera is open for riding.

Pure riding:
Pure riding has reopened.

La fenasosa:
La fenasosa is now open.

4 riders bikepark:
4 riders bikepark opened June 20.


La Molina:
La Molina is planning to open late June.


track walk val di sole


Mottolino Bike Park Livigno:
The Mottolino bikepark re-opened on June 13

Caldirola is open for the summer season

Mt Alpet:
Mt Alpet is open to riders

St-Gree has reopened

Prato Nevoso:
Prato Nevoso is now open.

Amiata Freeride Bike Resort:
Amiata Freeride Bike Resort reopened on June 20.


Bike Park Val di Sole:
Bike Park Val di Sole is opening from August 1 until August 23 due to maintenance.

Bike Park Ponte di Legno Tonale:
Bike Park Ponte di Legno Tonale will be open from July 4 until September 6

Currently, Pila is open on weekends (13/14 and 20/21 June). Starting from 27 June the telecabine, the chairlift of Chamolé, rentals and adventure park will be open every day until September 7.


Danny Hart out sharking for his hat trick of World Championships.


Bikepark Champéry-Morgins:
Bikepark Champéry-Morgins reopened on June 11

Davos is now open to riders.

Lenzerheide reopened on June 6

Swiss Bike Park in Oberried:
Swiss Bike Park in Oberried is now open to riders.

Chaumont is now open to riders.

Verbier reopened on June 6.

Crans Montana:
Crans Montana reopened on June 11.

Dorenaz is now open to riders.

Bike Park Thunersee
Bike Park Thunersee is now open.

Alpen Bike Park:

Alpen Bike Park reopened on June 6

Kandersteg reopened on June 6

Zermat is now open to riders.

Biel is now open to riders.

Flims-Laax is now open to riders.

Bellwald Bike Park:
Bellwald Bike Park opened for riders on June 20.


Leysin re-opens on June 27

La Berra:
La Berra is set to reopen on July 1


The only thing raining from the sky today was style courtesy of Sam Blenkisop.


Leogang reopened on May 29 with a series of rules and precautions in place to protect riders and staff. They are as follows:

- Mouth and nose protection must be worn when queuing as well as during the entire cable car ride
- Keep a sufficient distance
- Do not leave mouth-nose protection in the cable car
- Discard used handkerchiefs and masks
- Care must be taken for ventilation during the cable car ride
- Disinfectant dispensers are installed at all stations and in the cash desk area. Our employees are also equipped with the necessary protection.

Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is now open to the public.

Planai-Schladming reopened from June 11 to 14. A full opening will begin on June 20

Saalbach Bike Park:
Is now open to riders for the summer.

Bikepark Semmering:
Bikepark Semmering re-opened on June 19



Winterberg is now open to riders.

Bischofsmais/Geißkopf has reopened.

Bad Wildbad:
Bad Wildbad is now open to riders.

Hahnenklee is now open to riders.

Lenggries has reopened.

Todtnau is open.

New Zealand:

Why everybody should visit Rotorua...


Skyline Queenstown // Skyline Rotorua:
Skyline Queenstown and Skyline Rotorua are currently open but with reduced hours. They are also following rules and precaution to stop the spread of the virus. They are as follows:

- You will not be asked to share a cabin with others. Guests and staff can choose to ride a Gondola cabin by themselves or with their respective bubbles.
- We have deployed complimentary hand sanitiser stations for guests and staff at pay stations and key locations around the complex.
- Visual reminders on the importance of practising good hygiene are displayed in key areas such as bathrooms and staff rooms.
- We have increased the frequency and extent of our cleaning schedules.

Christchurch Adventure Park:
Christchurch Adventure Park is now open Wednesday to Sunday, but you must follow distancing guidelines


  • 87 11
 This list is academic for anyone who has the miss fortune to live in the UK. Imagine we will likely be banned / quarantined from the rest of the world for most of summer due to our "world leading" approach to pandemic management

Strong and stable etc etc
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 Pick for Britain
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 (raises hand meekly)
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 actually the Swiss are welcoming us , and verbeir and Zermatt are both mint spots , as are Lenzerheide and Davos
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 Yup, it's not good at all.....
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 @scblurlt: with the current caveat of mandatory 14 day isolation on your way back (and possibly on the way out as well, not sure on Swiss rules?).

Also, travel insurance during a period the FCO advise against travel is liable to be problematic.
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 @GrandMasterOrge: not on way out , but atm on return for sure , but think well see that go away by end of month , as regards travel insurance , they've not played fair during this whole crisis , I think I would go with my ehic card this year and maybe local resort insurance similar to ski trips
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 Its not great and I look forward to trip to the Alps every year, but there there is a lot of brilliant riding to be had in the UK as well. Scotland and Wales specifically, which I hope will open up soon, but also in England as well. The UK has enough trails for a fun staycation this year should everything stay as it is.
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 I've just booked flights to Spain and Greece across August and September so I hope not! Have faith!
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 Hold my beer
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 Regarding "world leading approacho to pandemic management" I trade my passport with you any time.
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 @scblurlt: Only 'cos they know we'll have to fly into Geneva and spend 45 Francs on some breakfast. Their fast food should come with a free watch or something.
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 @fielonator: 45 francs is a bargain when you consider how super duper friendly all the airport staff are.
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 @fielonator: twice now I've been delayed in Geneva and the airline have offered complimentary food vouchers.....to the value of 15 CHF. :/
  • 2 0
 UK residents can fly to Spain starting on 21 June... No quarantines.
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 @billreilly: on the way back there is....
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 @billreilly: we do get quarantined for 14 days on the way home though.
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 @ilovedust: After a week or two of shredding and partying in Spain a couple of weeks at home sonds perfect!
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 @scblurlt: I heard Lenzerheide was more than just a spot!!
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 @panchocampbell: spot .... meaning place to ride :-)
  • 42 1
 I think part / most of the problem with the UK (aside from the shambles that is our collective approach to Covid) is that our bike parks are accessed by sitting in the back of an old Land Rover defender where social distancing is defined as managing to sit far enough away from the person next to you so as not to be able to count how many hair follicles they have.

Ironically, the uplift van is part of the reason why UK bike parks are so bloody epic - you just can't replace the banter that's had in the back of an old, wet and smelly van!
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 +1 for this!

Those that are used to chairlifts may not appreciate just how close you get to the person sat next to you on an average up UK uplift.

Plus side of the UK is I can see places like BPW/Black Mountains/Revs etc opening for pedal up on enduro or e-bikes. Not the same, but will at least get things moving.
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 I wish there were more Land Rover Defenders around here... and why are the vans way better looking over there?
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flag tempest3070 (Jun 15, 2020 at 12:18) (Below Threshold)
 Kind of sounds like you like riding in the uplift van and not riding your bike mate - a good day at a bike park for most of us is had on the trails not on the lift
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 Ahh the stinky bus. Never mind the banter, I love the game of chance. Will my driver be fast? Will he be slow? Will I watch the bike trailer drift the corners? Will the van smell more of ass than the last one? Will the driver only play Welsh language radio?
Experiences never to be had at ski resorts.
  • 4 0
 Everyone should have had the chance to experience being hauled up in the mountain at Bootleg Canyon in the old U-haul box truck packed wall to wall with people, breathing in the fumes from the exhaust leak.
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 @GrandMasterOrge: can’t say I’d pedal up revs uplift road , black Mountain would be a good shout mind , would have been sooo good there this past month , and can’t believe BPW are not offering anything atm as the place is made for it and not a bad pedal up , on a busy day it’s better to session the top than wait in line for the bus
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 @Tallboy97: I was on that shuttle once and the engine died. We were almost to the top when we started rolling backwards and the trailer jackknifed. We luckily salmmed into the ONLY boulder on the side of the road that kept us from rolling right off and down the steep ass hillside. It was terrifying! Especially for me bc I was looking out of that little window on the top that looked out over the cab. No one else in the truck could clearly see how it happened. They got the U haul started again and half of the people jumped in to get all the way to the top. The other half of us said f*ck that and didn't get back in the death trap. I rode one of the XC trails down. The U haul was off to the shop after that run and shuttles were done for the day. Pretty sure I paid for the full day too!
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 @scblurlt: I wouldn't like to either but just saying it may be the only option for some bike parks to get going again.

Regards BPW - remember that Wales is still under lockdown, most leisure businesses not open at all, a generally accepted local/5 mile limit on travelling and people from England not allowed to travel into Wales for non-essential journeys. With all that in mind I don't think it's feasible or responsible for them to open even if they were allowed.
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 @Tallboy97: Haha so true! Ratty ass couches, couple lawn chairs, roll the door down and hope for the best. The brake smell once the truck got to the bottom was a concern for the driver for sure, good times!
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 @Tallboy97: I've only ridden the flat bed trucks with bikes slung over the side rails at dirt demos (rip). Standing room only! Sick trails out there.
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 You guys gotta quit sleeping on Silver Mountain Bike Park. It has been open since Memorial Day weekend and has been the best bike park in the Northwest (USA) for 4 years running.
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 Thanks, we have added Silver Mountain to the list.
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 Opening weekend was awesome, trails were prime
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 Silver mountain is running great. Come enjoy the Idaho fun.
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 You really cant beat 7-9 mile, 3400 foot of vert, gondola served decent trails all day long for 39 bucks.
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 Going there this weekend. Idaho doesn't need no social distancing when the trails are rippin'
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 @edspratt: what about winter park in colorado
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 @scottlink, that's Trestle Bike Park, opening June 27th.
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 @mikekazimer: thanks! But no crested butter or keystone???
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 @scottlink: @mikekazimer:

Breckenridge (Vail), Crested Butte (Vail), Keystone (Vail) - See Vail posting.

Snowmass (Aspen-Snowmass Resorts): Open June 21st. Official posting on site:
- Wear a face covering when you cannot maintain 6 feet of physical distancing outdoors, in designated areas and when inside Aspen Snowmass buildings.
- Adhere to Pitkin County social distancing regulations.
- Stay home if you are sick or at high risk.
- Leave immediately if you begin to show signs or symptoms of illness.
- Recreate within your ability to reduce the chance of injury.

...missed some big ones there.

Frank Reynolds: Did I just do your job for you?
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 First timer @SilverMountain yesterday; so RAD! Looking forward to the next 7hr round trip drive to go back. It has it all; loam, roots, drops, chunk, berms, flats, braking bumps, jumps... so sick. Great job Silver Mountain Bike crew!
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 They can continue sleeping on it. It’s all brake bumps and trail that hasn’t been benched in a decade.
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Caldirola - Open
Mt Alpet - Open
St-Gree - Open
Prato Nevoso - Open
ecc ecc

But don't come, every single park is alredy too busy!!!
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 So many missing in Italy...
Doganaccia 200 - open
Kronplatz freeride - open
Fai della Paganella - open
Carosello Livigno - opens on 20th of June
Campo Felice Swup bike park - opens on 20th of June
Abetone - opens on 20th of June
Bikepark Lavarone - opens on 20th of June
San Martino bike arena - opens on 4th of July
Bike park Tonale - opens on 20th of June (staggered)
Bike park Val di Sole - opens only in August
Bike park Val di Fassa - opens on 27th of June
Bike park Cervinia - opens on 20th of June
Madebike park - opens daily on 27th of June, now only weekends
Gravità0 Piani di Bobbio - open
La Thuile bike park - opens on 4th of July
Prali bike park - open
Cesane bike park - open
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 In France, a lot of the smaller bike parks are re-opening, and pretty much all should be open by July. In the Alpes Maritimes, some bike parks will actually be free all summer! Now I just need to make my wife understand that I was not joking about going to live in the car in the mountains for a few weeks.
  • 3 0
 lac blanc bike park , close to la bresse, opened 2 weeks ago as well, up closer to paris thank god.
  • 3 0
 Indeed: La Moulière has reopened 10 days ago, so did Roubion.
Isola 2000 and Auron will be the free ones and are supposed to open in the next couple weeks.
No dates yet for Valberg.

On the Italian side, Prato Nevoso has also opened last weekend (it is in the same area as Viola St Gréé and Monte Alpet)
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 Tell me how it went... I also need to talk to my wife... She is not happy
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 @x-rider: There's always the option of ditching those pesky wives ;-). Did just that three years ago - and I don't regret it.
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 Great news for bikers and the parks.

"Nature is healing" is a poor choice of words. Bike parks and stuff re=opening is probably close to the opposite of that.
  • 13 3
 Exactly. Nature *was* healing, now back to destruction as usual.
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Hafjell opens 4th July
Drammen open now
Trysil Bike Arena open now, lift starts 18th June

Åre opens 26th June
Jarvso open now
  • 5 1
 Thunder Mountain Downhill park has also been open since May 30th. Open weekends 9-5 and Friday 10-5. Some would say it's even better than highland... Also fort hill is currently under construction and should be open by the end of this week.
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 Got a chance to do Thunder Mountain on Saturday. Insane riding for the price and I personally liked it more than Highland - the trails had some more breathing room and I felt like I could open it up a bit more. The parking lot is a lot bigger and the zip line looked like a lot of fun. Going to try it again this weekend on one of those rental Demos - should be a bit better than my Fuse!

Highland still has Wednesduro/Thursduro going for it and I liked the food there better. The trails that I’ve done have been super techy and the braking bumps are pretty brutal in places, but the real advanced stuff seems to be more liked there. I’m too much of a noob to hit the real big stuff yet.
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 I find it interesting that we in America will let folks in bars now but continue to be concerned about opening ski areas and bike parks. It speaks to many things that I won't get into here, but I guess if you consider we've converted all these places essentially into country clubs as opposed to areas focused on skiing and biking, it makes sense.
  • 3 0
 Great point and f*cking gyms are open too? If that’s not a Petri dish?? Pretty damn easy to keep it clean and fun while social distancing at a bike park
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 Snow Valley is also open... not quite Snow Summit, but my son and his buddy had a great time there....
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 Skypark at Santa's Village bike park is open also.
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La sorrera -open
Pure riding -open
La fenasosa - open

4 riders bikepark -opening on 20th of June
La Molina - opening late June


Vallnord -opening on 27th of June
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 La Pinilla bike park we must wait till July
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 @homerjm: im coming back home to visit my family in Madrid and was going to travel with my enduro bike. Is La Pinilla open the second week of October?
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 @Robertoregency: I think yes,if nothing more strange take place or the weather is very crazy in October (ice&snow,not very probable). It is opening very soon.
You can follow on Facebook www.facebook.com/LaPinillaEEyM or if you want,you can ask me when you wish,I´m from Madrid so waiting to ride there.
If you want to know some other places near Madrid or in Spain mtbspaintravel.com ,those are good friends based in Madrid.
La Pinilla looks good,they are digging a lot,improving the trails. The manager has changed,so new people is taking control and doing it more seriously. In February all the trails were in very good condition,best I ever saw there by far. So take your bike,you would enjoy it 100%.
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 I'm not sure how to read into that Vail plans to "reopen all their parks by late June/early July" on the Whistler notes and then you read CLOSED:Northstar, and not to mention Crested Butte, Keystone, and Stevens Pass aren't even listed.
  • 1 0
 Yeah seriously
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 Big White Bike Park Opening has been postponed to July 10, 2020. Unfortunately Mother Nature didn't get the memo that we want to get out there and ride - we're still getting snow, so we are working on clearing trails but still a ways off from seeing dirt and having the trails ready to go.
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 Please hurry...
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 I wonder if this is the same reason why Silverstar is starting on July 9...
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 I was just up that way and not a single patch of snow so I’m not sure how they have any in Kelowna. Maybe yesterday and some today but as far as the rest of the month it’s going to be in high 20’s@rossi45:
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 @sixohfourx: top of the lift for the bike park is 2150m. Still a lot of snow at that elevation.
  • 9 3
 Please... Don't come to silver.
  • 3 0
 Also, semi related, Havoc Bike park and Descend Bike Park are open in the UK (although Havoc is members only and limited numbers). Farmer Johns and Leeds Urban Bike Park are still closed
  • 7 2
 Its great to see how lucky we are here in the UK, the French get Les Gets we get Roegate lol...
  • 1 1
 Yup where did we go wrong...it's very sad when you look at our numbers....
  • 3 1
 That is so funny, Brits in les Portes du Soleil always say the french alps are meh and complain because we dont speak English too ...
  • 1 1
 @Ba1rog: everyone speaks English mate !
  • 1 0
 @Matt115lamb: I was in Morzine speaking French to my friends and some random Brit insulted us. They said stop speaking monkey no one like your country ... The best one was the white flag surrender monkey racist "joke" in Chatel regarding my "tan" friend. He was in the army and went to Afghanistan and French Guyane lol. I am gonna say nothing about English bike thieves in the PDS L O L.
  • 1 0
Je rigolais ! We are lazy bunch I must admit lol
  • 5 0
 Don't forget us British we can still go to the zoo! Balance is restored....pfft
  • 3 0
 Today is my first day back working in a Whistler Blackcomb owned bike shop. We are aiming to be open for June 26th. I still have not heard if that’s when the bike park will be opening as wells
  • 1 1
 With the border not opening now until at least end of july i highly doubt vail is going to invest in opening the bike park this season.
  • 2 0
 @onemind123: Difficult to say when or if they will open, but they're already "investing" in the bike park. Trail crews and lift maintenance have already been working for a couple of weeks on Whistler. They've built the bike platform on the Fitz Chair already.
  • 5 0
 Blue Mountain in Pennsylvania is open
  • 4 2
 ^ What he said. Simply stating Blue Mountain in the article without specifying that you are only referring to the one in Canada seems kinda lazy PB....
  • 4 0
 @Shartriloquist: I believe Killington in Vermont is opening this weekend too
  • 7 0
 @Shartriloquist: Well it is under the Canada section.
  • 1 0
 @Shartriloquist: They did put them under Country categories (Blue Mountain in Canada is closed, BM in US is open) but yeah, it might have been nice to have some additional clarity. I know I always get frustrated when people don't specify which one they're referring to.
  • 1 0
 @Snowrydr01: Yep, Killington is open now but Vermont has special restrictions for out of state visitors: accd.vermont.gov/covid-19/restart/cross-state-travel

Not much of a 'destination' bike park, but Greek Peak in upstate New York is open on weekends by reservation: www.greekpeak.net/bike-park/downhill-mountain-biking
  • 1 0
 @cyclecuse: Wow those are wild, its worded like a strict fact instead of a recommendation like they have someone at the border checking for your 7 to 14 day quarantine papers before entering the state. I know someone up there camping this weekend from PA and can almost guarantee he had no clue this existed.
  • 2 1
 @cyclecuse: I was at killington last weekend. They don’t give a shit about where you are coming from. I live in Florida.
Had a blast there, but it was freezing..48 degrees
  • 1 2
 They don’t give a crap about the quarantine bs. I came up from Florida last Saturday and rode there. @Snowrydr01:
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 @ricochetrabbit: Clearly you missed this when making your reservations and the trek from Florida..... www.killington.com/the-mountain/mountain-info/coronavirus-impact

I guess the rules don't apply to you?

For others coming from out of state, just follow the rules as best you can so the state doesn't close things down again. Nothing worse than flatlanders ruining it for everyone.
  • 1 0
 @dgski9: I would love to follow the rules (out of stater) but not many people have enough money or vacation time to quarantined for 14 days or 7 and get tested BEFORE doing anything in the state. I understand the concern having family friends at the base of Killington and it being a small community without a major healthsystem, but the requirements are such that they are almost impossible to actually follow.
  • 1 0
 I didn’t miss anything. Because I called them to purchase my tickets and ask them about that regulation and they said they are not enforcing it and to come on up and enjoy myself which is exactly what we did@dgski9:
  • 1 0
 @Snowrydr01: ....like everyone that shit their pants and left their closed states to come invade FL during the whole thing. Yeah, they really gave a shit about our safety.
  • 5 0
 Any information on Stevens Pass in Washington?
  • 4 0
 ebikes. we'll camp in the parking lot and hope those plug-ins are working.
  • 4 0
 I drove by Saturday and there's still a ton of snow up there. They couldn't open if they wanted for I'd guess a month.
  • 1 0
 snow is lingering loooowwwwwww this year
  • 1 0
 They are not going to open Stevens this summer. Staying closed all summer.
  • 3 0
 Just FYI that the June 26th date listed for Sun Peaks is actually open only for passholders. No visitors or day-pass purchases until June 29th.
  • 2 0
 We have 2 weeks books there in August. It will be our 6th vacation there, though we haven't been in a couple years. They were still working on the upper Route 66 the last time we were there. Since we were last there, they've reworked Smooth Smoothy in to a new trail, added a new top-to-bottom green run and added a new jump line, so we're pretty excited. Big Grin
  • 3 0
 @samael: See you in August! We have a bunch of fun new trails for you to check out since you last visited including Level Up, Canada Line, and Bermalade, as well as reworked sections on other trails.
  • 3 1
 Maybe we can also get some details on how each employee individually is dealing with the pandemic in their personal lives at Mountain Creek. There wasn’t enough info up front lol
  • 4 0
 Where the hellcrap is Denmark on this list...? Oh sorry we have no mountains.
  • 1 0
 Our little ski hill here in Whitehorse, YT is opening for bikes again this summer starting on July 1. There a bit of process to get tickets though as they are limited to 50 riders on the hill. Below are the details.

"Each operational bike day will have two time slots, each 3 hours long, with a maximum of 50 available tickets per slot. You MUST REGISTER in advance! Registration will close 48hrs before each Bike Night. Once the first slot is finished, guests will need to exit the premises before the following slot begins. " www.mountsima.com/mountain-biking
  • 2 0
 In les gets, the black trails are currently not open until further notice (same in the whole of Porte du soleil : morzine, chatel...) And masks are mandatory.
(I work in les gets)
  • 1 0
 Serieux, ca craint ! Te tieu ! Du coup ca va esquiver les nids de poule aux Gets ! Tendu pour Chatel quand t y va c est pas pour acheter du terrain vain tieu ! Au moins y aura pas de monchus.
  • 1 0
 I'm worried in the UK who is going to be able to open back up. These guys who run the parks don't make mega bucks as it is, and I know a few cancelled snow days can have a serious impact.

Also no finale ligure mentioned on the list?
  • 1 0
 Call me paranoid/irrational but I'm likely going to skip Trestle this year.

The new gondolas were a PITA before covid. Three large riders trying to cram in with their bikes was an awkward dance. On top of that, even on day with a good breeze and all the vents open those things were stuffy as heck. Even riding alone, I don't feel like those things will air out enough between riders.

Shoot, covid aside, I'd love for them to bring back the open chairs just so that way I don't get punched in the face by someones front tires while we all scurry into the lift.
  • 1 0
 Duststar At Tahoe will be missed this summer, but I do recognize that I would see carnage every single time that I went. It's difficult to keep social distancing during medical rescues. I will have to wait a while longer to get my addiction fix from Dustwire.
  • 1 0
 Sugarloaf, NB.... In Campbellton. Anyone travelling to that zone is advised to isolate for 14 days upon their return.... Definitely not good for business. Also, NB is closed to non-essential traffic. Best wishes to all the staff, and thanks for the continued team support. Much love! DT.
  • 4 0
 Any word from Crested Butte?
  • 4 0
 They opened. But they decided to destroy their best trails this spring when they gladed a south facing, low elevation area because they wanted to offer terrible skiing in that zone.
  • 1 0
 @toast2266: which/where? Just curious, I’m here for the first time.
  • 1 0
 @erikkellison: The whole Overflow zone (bottom of Kashmir). It was the only place in the bike park that had rooty trails in the trees where the dirt stayed good. Now most of the trails in the area are destroyed, and the few that are left are out in the open, so they're gonna dry out and be shitty by mid-July like every other trail in the bike park.
  • 1 0
 @toast2266: I see that now... looks like ZZ Top, Cindy’s Loppers, and Summit trail are all that’s open in there. You weren’t kidding - that whole place is leveled. Sad to hear that the forest was keeping the dirt there nice in summer, and that’s now gone. I can see that being a big issue when it’s been hot and dry (not now).
FWIW, what is open here is running perfectly. I hope for everyone’s sake they rebuild, but it makes sense - people who bring money in tend to like groomers, and know who to talk to about changing the mountain layout.
  • 3 0
 Powderhorn mountain resort near Grand Junction, Colorado just opened last Friday. Don't sleep on the little guys!
  • 2 0
 Yeah just had a friend who rode it this weekend and had fun.
  • 2 0
 " Please don’t Dirty Jersey and whatever trash you bring with you, please take home with you. That includes your riding buddies." savage hahahha
  • 2 0
 Deer Valley:
Bryce Resort re-opens on June 26

Everyone headed to Deer Valley just needs to go to Bryce Resort instead, stay away.
  • 3 0
 The bike parks in Japan are open. Iwatake in Hakuba is open Saturday and Sunday only.
  • 1 0
 FRANCE: Open - Lac Blanc - face mask is needed, tickest can be ordered online

Germany: Open - Todtnau Bike Park - open, some health regulations will be in place.
Tickets can be orderd via 2-cycle.de
  • 1 0
 Just my luck, Collingwood's Blue Mountain called the summer off over a month ago! Even after selling from what I was told a record number of season's passes. BM, please reconsider!
  • 1 0
 @edspratt Can we include the Mountain Capital Partners bike parks? The following are open: Spider Mountain, Purgatory Resort Bike Park, Brian Head Resort Bike Park. Pajarito Mountain Bike Park is closed this summer.
  • 3 0
 Its nice to seen Non-Canada/US bike parks included. Well done.
  • 2 0
 Re-opened in Germany:
Bad Wildbad
  • 2 0
 Those are now on the list, thanks.
  • 1 0
 @edspratt: Todtnau is open as well
  • 1 0
 @edspratt: Also open: Beerfelden and Osternohe
  • 2 0
 Surprised highland is mentioned but Thunder isn't - they've been open for two weeks now. Heading up this weekend!
  • 2 0
 Don’t forget about the three legged dog of bike parks: Mt Hood Ski Bowl.......... their shooting for opening July 1st
  • 3 0
 Opened in Poland:
  • 4 0
 What's a bike park?
  • 2 0
 Powder Ridge in CT USA is also open. Smaller mountain that is a great introduction to park riding.
  • 2 0
 They’ve been putting a lot of work in and it’s really starting to come along. Great place to learn, as well as some solid wooden features and jumps.
  • 1 1
 @conor12344: I wish Thunder put in some wood features like that honestly.
  • 3 0
 They have some fun trails it's just a shame that you can pedal up the hill faster than the lift goes
  • 3 0
 that place is an actual dumpster fire.
  • 2 0
 @ctbiker888: yes, but it’s OUR dumpster fire ????
  • 1 0
 Question marks were supposed to be smiling sunglasses face
  • 1 1
 Havoc bike park! Come ride the mayhem...sick name, what’s it like there? With no inter provincial travel this year I’ll be forced to ride only in BC this year...bummer????
  • 2 0
 No interprovincial travel this year?
Is that speculation?
  • 1 0
 Kicking horse dates are wrong kickinghorseresort.com/blog/event/kicking-horse-bike-park-opening-day. June 22nd unless I’m missing something
  • 1 0
 June 22nd, 2019. Looks like it's an old post that should be updated or deleted.
  • 2 0
 Bryce Bike Park in Virginia has been open since Mid-May with some new trails. Not sure where the June date came from.
  • 1 0
 Apparently Glencoe is opening lift served riding on July 15th. Hoping that Farmer Johns and Leeds Urban Bikepark will open soon.
  • 1 0
 Awesome news for us here in the UK! Hows Dyfi and Revo uplift going to run with social distancing... Doesnt bother me either way....ill be there straight away when they open.
  • 1 0
 Is fernie not opening the timber chair AGAIN this season??? Seems like none of the timber runs are listed on their 2020 trail descriptions Frown
  • 1 0

Maydena Bike Park Tassie. 820 meters of vert.
Reopens September 26.

Geez Pinkbike. Get on it lads!?
  • 2 0
 My bike park has been open the whole time.
  • 5 7
 Oof. Just reading this makes me nervous. I'm gripped the first few runs on chairlifts as it is, can't imagine how bad I'd ride in viral alert mode...

I wasn't planning on traveling to some "it's a hoax" state anyways, and Canada's probably sensible enough to keep us out for a couple more years...but damn!
  • 2 1
 I fear Whistler will not open the bike park...logistically there is just no way Frown
  • 1 1
 The rumour is they will but you'll have to book time on the mtn for a few hours and the jump trails wont be open.
  • 2 0
 Say what......? @Tmackstab:
  • 2 0
 @Tmackstab: no jump trails...well f*ck I guess we're not missing anything.
  • 7 0
 @Tmackstab: sweet I can squeeze a guided tour down easy does it in between my spa appointment and some village shopping.
  • 2 0
 What about Beech, Sugar in NC and Snowshoe in WV?
  • 1 0
 My guess is around July 4th. This would be in line with other years.
  • 2 0
 Bromont has been open since end of May!!
  • 4 0
 MSS is open as well! I'm from BC but the west coast bias is hilarious, mont st anne bikepark but no bromont??
  • 1 0
 Bikepark Semmering in Austria is opening this week on Friday 19th. Source: semmering.com/events/325
  • 2 1
 I think the question we are asking; when will the border open so we can actually GET to Whistler, let alone ride it.
  • 29 3
 Never. We shut down our economy and everyone stayed home so now we have less than 10 new cases a day. You guys didn't so we're keeping the border closed.
  • 1 0
 @friendlyfoe: Yea sadly this is the answer. Everything I've heard is that they will just keep extending. We canceled our 3 month trip To whistler today...broke my heart
  • 1 0
 @friendlyfoe: yeah I wouldn't want the american masses carrying covid all over the place either. Although I really am hoping to ride revelstoke this fall.
  • 1 0
 Border closed at least til end of july.
  • 1 0
 Due to the snow over the weekend and the long snowy winter Big White has postponed their opening today until Friday July 10.
  • 2 0
 MSS in Quebec Canada is open. mssbikepark.com
  • 2 0
 Paganella bikepark is open San Martino open 4 of July
  • 1 0
Alpe d'Huez will be open from the 4th of July untill the 6th of September
  • 1 0
 Beech Mtn NC has been open. Slow lifts but great trails. Don’t sleep on it!
  • 1 0
 Yeah, because you can sleep on the lift
  • 1 0
 In France:

Evo - Digne
Montclar bike park

(Both open and riding really well!)
  • 1 0

Les Orres from 20th too
  • 2 0
 Bryce Bike Park actually opened May 16th. Pretty neat.
  • 1 0
 Solden Bike Republic in Austria is open, due there 1st July but highly unlikely to happen. Gutted.
  • 1 0
 Fort William to re-open on 15th July, with social distancing and restrictions in place.....
  • 1 0
 Are all those desperate for the uplifts to open the same ones who screech ebikes are cheating? Funny.
  • 1 0
 in quebec Mont comi bike park will be open in july 12 www.mont-comi.ca/fr/sports-d-ete/velo-de-montagne.php
  • 2 0
 Kicking horse?
  • 1 0
 June 26.
  • 1 0
 Canada : Sugarloaf NB open
  • 1 1
 BC resorts won’t be allowed to open until phase 3 is declared. Target date cool but not official. Fingers crossed.
  • 3 0
 Provincial announcement on Phase 3 today at 3:00 I believe.... fingers crossed and also hoping that people don't go nuts like it's a sudden free-for-all....
  • 1 0
 @whitehonky: They will.
  • 1 1
 @whitehonky: People went already nuts after Phase 1 got announced. I was yesterday in Tsawwassen - Surrey! I can only say if that keeps on going we will have another Phase 0 coming in September! Social Distancing - looks like coming from the Lower Mainland toward the West into the bigger Cities - everyone gives a shit about Covid19 and is in Phase 3 since weeks.......can only imagine how it would work in Whistler.

Lets see how it works. I would be stoked to ride Whistler at some point but imagine standing in the line with 300 other riders - one guy has it....... we should still take it with respect !
  • 2 0
 @DoctorWatson: go to Sunpeaks - based on the average attendance in the summer they've been socially distancing for years!
  • 14 3
 @whitehonky: so one thing to put this in perspective: more people in BC died from opiod overdoses last month than the total killed by Covid this year. Is Covid real? absolutely, but it emphatically impacts the eldery and those with underlying condtions dramatically harder than the general public. It would be nice if we focused our response on these at-rsik groups, used some of the leftover resources to target street drugs that are an overshadowed crisis and let a lot of those low-risk people get on with their free-for-all (like riding bikes at ski hills).
  • 3 1
 @plyawn: there's way too much common sense in your statement. And as you know, common sense in government just does not exist.
  • 2 2
 @plyawn: Cant upvote this enough.
  • 3 1
 @plyawn: I got ripped apart on Instagram for saying that I wish the media hype would end and that the borders would open. I had all kinds of Canadians telling me "You're American so the border should stay closed to you". One guy even went as far as to say "typical American attitude, wanting everyone else to bend to your whims".

I was like geez all I want is to travel and ride like the rest of us here lol.
  • 3 0
 @plyawn: I rode through downtown east side Vancouver yesterday. That area is a hellhole, drug related proverty is the worst kind. The point is that we have safe injection sites, free drugs and free housing but it just gets worse. I don’t think the problem will be solved by money. The deaths from opioid overdoses before the pandemic and during the pandemic really has no bearing on whether we mountain bike or not.
  • 2 0
 What about Killington?
  • 4 0
 @benbenbeast pretty much only if you live in VT. They are taking the same stance to tourists as Maine; don’t come.
  • 2 4
 Fake news. I’m from Florida, and rode there Saturday and Sunday. They don’t give a shit about that quarantine bs @DHhack:
  • 3 0
 @ricochetrabbit: Had you quarantined for 14 days like the state requires? Or did you lie?
  • 5 0
 @ricochetrabbit: to quote Killington website...


Vermont is currently restricting who can travel into the state of Vermont and visit our resort as part of its COVID-19 response plan. If you are considering coming to the resort you must meet one of the following criteria:

You are a resident of Vermont
You are a resident of a non-quarantine county in NY, NH, ME, MA, CT or RI according to the map provided HERE by the state of Vermont and travel directly to Vermont in your personal vehicle. You must register with Sara Alert upon arrival to Vermont to get two weeks of daily reminders to check for common symptoms of COVID-19.
You are a resident of a quarantine county in NY, NH, ME, MA, CT or RI according to the map provided HERE by the state of Vermont –OR– a resident of any other state and have self-quarantined for 14-days upon arrival into Vermont or quarantine for at least seven days upon arrival into Vermont and receive a negative COVID-19 test. You must register with Sara Alert upon arrival to Vermont to get two weeks of daily reminders to check for common symptoms of COVID-19.
Effective June 15: You may complete the 14-day quarantine or 7-day quarantine followed by a negative test in your home state and enter Vermont without further quarantine restrictions if you drive directly from your home via personal vehicle.
Effective June 15: You may complete the 14-day quarantine or 7-day quarantine followed by a negative COVID-19 test in one of our lodging properties but you must not leave the resort for the duration of the quarantine other than to travel to and from a test site.
The quarantine vs. non-quarantine county map will be updated every Monday at 5:00 p.m. by the state of Vermont. After July 1st, the State of Vermont plans to re-evaluate this criteria to determine if it should be expanded or restricted based on current data. For more information about how to quarantine, visit the Vermont Department of Health’s quarantine chart.
  • 1 0
 @DHhack: That's what I read
  • 1 0
He lied for sure.
  • 1 0
 What part of when I called killington To purchase my lift ticket, and asked them specifically about their quarantine statement on their website, the rep said they are not enforcing that don’t you understand?
There was four of us who went. Three from upstate New York, and me coming from Florida.
  • 1 0
 Check the dates that was posted you clown. I just got back. I was there Saturday@ronianash:
  • 1 0
 Check the dates they updated the info you clown. I was there Saturday. I just got back to Florida yesterday @ronianash:
  • 1 2
 And for what it’s worth and personal views about the bs Covid scare tactics, you couldn’t prove any of that nonsense anyways. @DHhack:
  • 1 0
 @ricochetrabbit: yup just say you did the quarantine at home per the June 15th statement.
  • 1 0
 The June 15th post was not posted when I went. I went last weekend. @DHhack:
  • 3 1
 I need to Immigrate.....
  • 1 2
 We arnt allowed out dude, vermin of Europe. But dont worry we have Roegate..... hahahahaha
  • 1 0
 Why the f*ck would you want to come here? ;-)
  • 3 0
 It is disappointing our UK parks are closed.

But on the plus side, that list had 16 parks listed in a country that's small enough to drive end to end all in daylight hours.

What we lack in epic alpine scale we make up in variety and accessability. A lot if thise parks are doable as daytrips for a lot of people.

There's probably a few Canadians here that have to go further for bread, milk and a newspaper than we do for a bikepark. (I suppose they can get their news online but that Internet Bread is just not the same)
  • 1 0
 @DidNotSendIt: very good point dude. Did not look at it like that..always look at the positives. We are quite fortunate
  • 1 0
 @DidNotSendIt: i am canadian and my bikepark (silverstar) is 15 mins away from home (by car because it's at the top of a hill) my nearest grocery store is probably 5 mins away but my nearest movie theater is 20 mins away so...
  • 1 0
 Les Gets is open during week-ends since May 30th.
  • 2 0
 keystone? granby?
  • 1 0
 I think keystone is opening Late June early July. Did some research on Granby and not sure if they are going to open.
  • 1 0
 Also closed in UK:
Antur Stiniog (Wales)
  • 1 0
 Yall forgot Giants Ridge... Biwabik, Minnesotuh: OPEN
  • 1 0
 @edspratt Chicksands is also open
  • 1 0
 Revelstoke has a bike park? How did I only hear about this now?
  • 1 0
 One track. And you need to climb from the top of the lift to get to it.
  • 1 0
 @whitehonky: 100% worth the 500m plus climb.
  • 2 0
 @whitehonky: not this year. a few new trails from gondola down without the climb
  • 6 7
 OPEN: Every forest access, fire road, mining road, etc... Oh yeah, but you have to pedal to get there. Earn your turns. Suck it up and push those pedals, folks.
  • 6 0
 In boost mode the whole way! ;-)
  • 7 0
 Yes, we've all been doing that. Now we want to actually take multiple laps on purpose built trails for biking
  • 1 0
But i have a downhill bike
And clips
So i can't push my bike without wrecking my cleats and i can't ride my dh bike
What do i do??
  • 1 0
 Since when does Revelstoke have a bike park?
  • 1 0
 since last year.
  • 1 0
 But when will Northstar open?
  • 1 0
 No go this year is the sorry word on the street. Gotta open the bars though because that’s what spreads COVID and generates revenue.
  • 1 0
 @strawski: shiiizzzz. F california already, Big Bear is open
  • 2 0
 @Fullsend2-13: Yeah they are owned by Altera, same people that own Mammoth. Vail Corp is LAME!!! They’re all about golf courses that bring in $ and NOT bike parks. They wine continuously about how they “Loose money” every Summer. I call Bullshit ????????????
  • 2 0
 NOT fucking soon enough.
  • 1 0
 Czech Republic: Spicak is open since early May.
  • 1 0
 Scadson Freeride Park is open in England Smile
  • 1 0
 No Pajarito love. But closed
  • 1 0
 Mammoth: June 26th @EdSpratt
  • 2 1
 So you’re telling me Dirt Merchant laps are in the horizon?!
  • 1 0
 Sadly not at the start because they're only opening blues and greens to begin but maybe
  • 1 0
 Mountain Creek be like: we are open if.....100 pages later
  • 1 0
 @edspratt mammoth just announce June 26th.
  • 1 0
 Burke Mountain Bike Park in VT on July 4
  • 1 0
 There are like 7 bike parks in South Korea. All open.
  • 1 0
 And bring your own pipe
  • 1 0
 FYI Mammoth Bike Park opens June 26th!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 1 0
 Reason number 539 why Northstar sucks.
  • 1 0
 Come on n* we need you !
  • 1 0
 Nah Skyline QT is closed again
  • 1 0
 Vallnord Andorra due to open 29th June I think...
  • 1 0
 And a new global spike in COVID deaths and cases yesterday, run it!
  • 1 0
 any word on the bc cup DH race?
  • 1 0
Vallnord is now open.
  • 1 0
 *cries in Texan*
  • 1 0
 High six
  • 1 0
 Oh wow! Thanks PB!
  • 1 0
 Snowmass this Suunday!!

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