Bike Park Opening August 2022
MOUNTAIN BIKING COMING SOON! We’re excited to share an announcement that has been years in the making, a message that so many of you have been looking forward to all summer... We plan to open The Summit Bike Park (at Silver Fir) soon! Opening day will now be Sunday, August 28.
Our team and the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance trail builders have been working incredibly hard all summer to get important pieces of the project to a place where we could make an opening announcement. Bike carriers are scheduled to arrive next week, our crew is making solid progress toward completion of bridges and the Silver Fir top ramp, and the EMBA crew along with our trail team are busily finishing up key trail segments. We’re nearly there, and in just a few short weeks you’ll be making lift-served laps at your home mountain!
While a bit later than anticipated, construction projects in the mountains always tend to bring plenty of challenges. At the end of the day, it’s always been our commitment to get riders on the trails this summer, and we’re stoked to be at this point.
Opening Day For Summit Passholders & EMBA Members
We appreciate our passholders and EMBA members! To show our thanks for your support, opening day will be for Summit passholders (21/22 & 22/23 seasons) and currently active Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance members only. Stay tuned for ticket purchase information via email.
Bike Park Operations Outlook
Located at Silver Fir
Open Friday - Sunday
The Summit Bike Park will operate out of the Silver Fir Lodge, with lift access from Silver Fir Express. After opening day, we plan to operate Friday-Sunday thru September. October weekends are on our radar, but currently to-be-determined.
This season we will not have lessons or bike rentals available. For bike rentals, try the local shops listed below.
We know you're excited, but Summit trails will not be open for use until the park has opened. We're working hard to bring you an amazing mountain bike experience at The Summit so please respect the builders, the mountain, your fellow bikers, and the environment by obeying closures. Riding closed trails will result in loss of access privileges. If you're looking for places to ride along the I-90 corridor, check out the link below. Thank you for your support and understanding!