It doesn’t get more fun and invigorating than mountain biking at Mt. Van Hoevenberg! We have more than 30 km of trails that climb, dip and twist through pristine stands of Adirondack hardwoods and sky-scraping pines. If you’re a veteran trail rider, you’ll find plenty to challenge you: all the jumps, steeps and hairpin turns you could ever want and terrain that varies from open meadows to single-track in secluded forests.
If you’re new to the sport, this is the perfect place to get started. Our trail system has plenty of mileage to offer riders of all levels. Our staff will show you everything from how to get the most out of your bike to how to conquer hills safely. You’ll build confidence, learn new skills, surprise yourself by what you’re capable of doing on two wheels. Visitors may bring their own bikes or rent right from us.
Please find the 2021 fall season schedule below for Cross Country Mountain Biking at Mt. Van Hoevenberg. You can also visit the Activity Calendar page to view the full schedule of activity offerings by date.
- September 9 – October 11: Thursday – Sunday from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Activity availability is subject to change and may be weather-dependent.
Trail Passes and Mountain Bike Rentals* can be purchased online or day-of at the Mountain Pass Lodge at Mt. Van Hoevenberg. The following rates are for 1-Day Tickets and Rentals.
|Teen / Adult Trail Pass||13-64||$10|
|Junior / Senior Trail Pass||7-12 / 65+||$7|
|Child Trail Pass||6 & Under||FREE|
|Teen / Adult Bike Rental||13-64||$38|
|Junior / Senior Bike Rental||12 & Under / 65+||$25|
*Guests may bring their own bikes or purchase bike rentals in person at the Mountain Pass Lodge. All bike rentals include helmets, and guests can choose from one of the following bike frame sizes: XXS, XS, S, M, L, or XL. Please note that we do not have bike rentals available for children ages 6 & under.
Before You Arrive
Face Covering Requirements
Be sure to visit our Health & Safety Information page via the link below in advance of your visit for face covering requirements.
All riders must complete an Assumption of Risk Agreement in advance of hitting the trails. If you plan to purchase Trail Passes and Rentals online, you will sign this form as part of the checkout path. You may also complete the Assumption of Risk Agreement in person at the Mountain Pass Lodge if purchasing in person.
Closed-toe shoes are required—no sandals or flip flops.