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Whitefish Bike Park opening Summit Lift Access

WHITEFISH – The mountain biking season started at lower elevations in the Whitefish Bike Park began three weeks ago and now, the top-to-bottom trails will be opening on Saturday.

The Whitefish Bike Park encompasses more than 30 miles of mountain bike trails including 26 lift-accessed trails in three zones serviced by two chairlifts and will be open daily through Labor Day and Friday-Sunday through Sept. 22 with lift-access 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

“After last summer’s record-setting season, the Whitefish Bike Park is ready to welcome more riders this summer from never-ever downhillers to seasoned racers,” said Josh Knight, the events and recreation manager at Whitefish Mountain Resort.

“This year we are stoked to create new options for our novice and intermediate riders with two new trails,” he added.

The Whitefish Bike Park 2019 adult season pass is only $229 for unlimited lift-access and a junior or senior season pass is $135. For a limited time, 2018/19 Winter Season Pass holders can purchase an adult Bike Pass for $209 and $115 for juniors and seniors.

Additionally, single day lift access to the Whitefish Bike Park for adults costs $41 for a full day or $30 for two hours. Junior and seniors are $30 for full day and $25 for two hours.

Click here for more information on the summer activities that are taking place at Whitefish Mountain Resort.

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