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Mammoth Mountain Unlimited 2 Day Bike Park Pass

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About Mammoth Mountain Unlimited 2 Day Bike Park Pass

  • Ticket Details

    This ticket is valid for 2 consecutive days of trail, gondola, and shuttle access to the entire Bike park at Mammoth Mountain. Whether you're looking for a scenic, two-wheeled stroll, want to break the land speed record while catching some air along the way, or something in between the two, the Mammoth Mountain Bike Park has a trail or two just for you. The Adventure Center (located at Mammoth Mountain Main Lodge) is Bike Park headquarters with rentals, demos, repairs, trail access and Panorama Gondola loading. Parking, restaurant, kids activities available. Family: With easy cross-country trails to gnarly downhills and everything between, it’s the variety of terrain that separates Mammoth from other bike parks. New to the sport? Downtown is the right choice: this 5-mile trail starts at the Main Lodge, climbs ever so slightly for the first mile before turning into a gentle downhill, ending in town at the Village. For more of a challenge add Paper Route to your ride, which includes a covered rest stop and the scenic viewpoint overlooking Twin Lakes. And if you want to keep rolling, Paper Route also offers access to other great cross-country trails like Big Ring, Timber Ridge and Juniper. For the ultimate cross-country challenge take the Panorama Gondola to the top of the mountain. From the summit you can access the 8-mile Off the Top trail. Not too steep, its abundance of twists and turns will help you work on your bike handling skills and concentration – the spectacular views of the town and valley below will tempt you to take your eyes off the trail. Don't forget your camera! Two-thirds down the trail is Reds Lake, a great place for the family picnic. Want to pedal back? Just hop on Mountain View to Beach Cruiser to return to the Adventure Center. Downhill/Freerider: Downhillers and freeriders have a myriad of challenging trails to test their bike handling skills. New for this year, Velocity and Chain Smoke (accessible from McCoy Station) will undergo total redesigns with more armored berms, wooden ramps and dirt jumps than ever before. Wanna ride our newest freeride trail? Cruise down Chain Smoke and hang a quick right to Twilight Zone. Here you’ll find our newest, biggest feature: The Deep End, a 50-foot diameter concave wall ride. And for the ultimate top-to-bottom downhill experience take the heart-pounding and legendary Kamikaze. One of the fastest descents you’ll ever ride, it gives way to a challenging freeride trail and a series of wooden ramps dubbed Shock Treatment before flowing into the new Kamikaze Jump Run. After that? Still not done – you still have to ride down Richter. Another top-to-bottom favorite is Skid Marks to Bullet. Skid Marks is steep, rocky and complete with tight turns and Bullet is a well-established, world-class downhill. Please check the Mammoth Mountain website for current terrain status.

  • Pick-up Instructions

    You may redeem your Liftopia 2 Day Bike Park Pass Voucher at the Mammoth Mountain Adventure across from the Main Lodge. Please print out your purchase confirmation and present it with a Valid Govt. issued Photo ID.

Mammoth Mountain Ski Report, Mountain Conditions and Resort Statistics

7,953 ft Base Elevation
11,053 ft Peak Elevation
3,100 ft Vertical Drop

Your search for the endless winter is over. With over 400" of annual snowfall, thousands of acres of epic terrain and an altitude that keeps things white into summer, Mammoth turns winter into a 6+ month season. Not bad considering most resorts are golf courses by April. And with our state-of-the-art lifts and gondolas and a variety of runs for all skill levels (including seven terrain parks) Mammoth Mountain embodies all that you love about winter. Some people come to Mammoth for our 150 trails. Others for our 3,100 feet of vertical. A few show-up with their sights set on exploring our 3,500 acres of terrain, while the size-matters crowd show up because we're the tallest ski resort in California with a peak elevation of 11,053 feet. Lovers of snow hang their helmets here because of our more than 400" of annual snowfall. Folks with family-sized bottles of sunscreen can't get enough of our more than 300 days of sunshine. With warmth like that, winter never gets old and sticks around for a long time -- our season typically runs from November until June. At a minimum. But the one thing everyone comes for is to play big. And there's no better venue on earth than Mammoth Mountain. Playing big by the numbers * Over 3,100 vertical feet * Over 3,500 skiable acres * Over 150 named trails * Over 300 days of sunshine per year * Top elevation: 11,053 feet * 28 lifts (includes 9 high speed quads, 2 high speed six-packs and 3 high speed gondolas) * Winter season: approx. Nov. to June...Read more

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