Keystone Bike Park

Keystone Bike Park

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Feel the thrill of downhill. The Keystone Bike Park offers more than 2,300 feet of vertical drop, 55 miles of lift-serviced singletrack mountain biking trails and several progressive features for riders of all ability levels. From mellow bridges and berms to rock gardens and rock drops, beginner and expert riders alike can experience the thrill of downhill.
With a crew dedicated to trail maintenance and upgrades, downhill mountain bikers are faced with a challenging and rewarding ride year after year. A variety of new renovations and additions welcome riders in 2019, including over 900 feet of trail reroutes. The season kicked off with a re-surfacing of the infamous River Run trail and will continue with reroutes on the Suz’s Cruise in July and Easy Street in September. And don’t miss several new jumps, berms and bridges being installed throughout the mountain. If you’re looking to pump the breaks and work on your skills, head down to the refreshed Skills Park, a free progressive area at the base of the mountain that includes three lines made up of berms, rollers and jumps which are labeled black, blue and green for riders to progress on.  If all those features on the mountain still feel a bit out of your realm of riding, no worries, the Bike Academy Skills Area includes berms, wooden features, a small rock garden and log rides to get your skills ready for what’s on the trails.  


For riders looking to take their riding to the next level, The Keystone Bike Academy offers beginner clinics, private lessons, downhill guides and a camp designed just for kids. Bike and full downhill gear rentals are conveniently available at Keystone Sports locations in the resort’s River Run Village.


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