EDEN, UTAH (June 20, 2022) 一 On Thursday, July 14, Powder Mountain, located in the
Wasatch Mountains of Eden, Utah, will unveil its new lift-served bike park, coined “Dirt
Mountain,” part of a five-year expansion project that enhances on-mountain offerings year
Utah’s beloved “uncrowded, unspoiled” ski resort has been working to expand its seasonal
recreation offerings for guests seeking outdoor thrill adventures. Each spring, summer and fall,
bikers have made their way to the mountain to ride Powder’s existing free cross-country trails
and after seeing an increased demand for more offerings, Powder Mountain has been working
on developing lift-accessed downhill mountain biking.
“Powder Mountain is excited to roll out this next phase of the resort and offer unparalleled year-
round access,” said JP Goulet, Director of Marketing and Base Operations at Powder Mountain.
“To maintain our philosophy on guest experience, we will be capping lift tickets as we do during
ski season, to ensure riders get the most out of their time on the mountain. As the mountain
biking industry continues to grow, we are thrilled to offer lift-accessed and cross-country
mountain bike trails high above the Eden Valley in Utah.”
During the inaugural season, lift access at Dirt Mountain will offer flow trails with technical trails
to follow. The Hidden Lake lift will spin Thursday-Sunday and provide access to downhill trails
over 3 miles long, with a 1,268 foot vertical drop. The elevation at the top of the lift is 8,879 feet
and 7,634 feet at the bottom. As part of a greater five year expansion plan, Dirt Mountain will be
developing two to five trails each summer.
In addition to downhill trails, there are XC/Multi-Use trails which can be accessed for free at Dirt
Mountain. The 30+ miles of public access singletrack is adjacent to ride-in, ride-out lodging,
which makes for an easy bike-centric getaway. XC trails are open sunrise to sunset, seven days
Hours of Operation and Ticket Pricing
Beginning Thursday, July 14, the Hidden Lake lift will be open Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 8
p.m. and Friday – Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Both tickets and rentals will be available
online Friday, July 1. To uphold Powder Mountain’s commitment of not overcrowding the
mountain, Bike Park lift tickets are limited to 250 per day. Season pass sales will be limited to
Single lift ticket pricing is $40 from Friday to Sunday. On Thursday, discounted tickets will be
available for $30 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and $25 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Season passes begin at
$250 for Loyalty members and $400 for general season passes.
Tickets can be purchased online here.
Dirt Mountain has teamed up with Spot Insurance to offer even more protection while riding.
For just $5.50 per day, accident-related medical bills will be covered by Spot when riding
Powder Dirt Mountain. Insurance can be added when purchasing tickets and passes.
Dirt Mountain will have adult and youth Commencal Clash bikes available to rent. The Clash
has 180mm of front travel and 170mm of rear travel to pop, pump, and roll over anything Dirt
Mountain has to offer. In addition to bikes, there will be ION full-face helmets, knee and elbow
pads for rent to keep you protected on the mountain. Bike and equipment rentals are available
but must be booked through the resort at least 72 in advance.
The resort will offer a number of luxury vacation rentals at the Summit Powder Mountain
community located at the top of the mountain. Bike-in, bike-out options are available with
incredible vistas overlooking the Eden Valley. Condos and townhomes are also available
several miles down the road from the resort, with transit shuttles for easy and reliable
transportation to the mountain. Summer special: For guests who book two nights or more, they
will receive four complimentary lift tickets and 10% off bike rentals. Learn more about lodging
options online here.
For more information, visit https://www.powdermountain.com/resort/summer/lift-access-
About Powder Mountain: Powder Mountain Resort is a one-of-a-kind year-round resort
hanging its hat on skier experience, adventure and an unprecedented mountain modern village
development. Known locally as Pow Mow, the resort boasts the most skiable acreage in North
America with 8,464 acres. Preserving the Pow Mow experience and keeping the mountain
uncrowded is made possible by capping day passes at 1,500 daily and season passes at 3,000
yearly, which allows for an average of three acres per skier. Powder Mountain is known for its
unconventional way of accessing all its terrain; from lift to bus to snow cat, fresh snow always