At A Glance

  • Minimum: No beginner runs.
  • Times Available: 9:00am - 3:30pm


  • All Bike Haul Ticket: $33/person


Cross Country (no lift pass)

  • 2 Hours: TBA
  • 3 Hours: TBA
  • 4 Hours: TBA

Long Travel (includes lift pass)

  • 2 Hours: TBA
  • 3 Hours: TBA
  • 4 Hours: TBA


  • Knee, Elbow, Glove: TBA
  • Elbow or Knee: TBA
  • Full Pad Set: TBA
  • Full Face Helmet: TBA

Scooter Rentals

  • 1 Hour: TBA
  • 2 Hours: TBA
  • 3 Hours: TBA
  • All Day: TBA

All rates are subject to change. Please add 3% tax.

Mountain Biking

Mountain biking in and around the Big Sky area means miles of back country scenery, wildflowers, wildlife, and few human encounters. Big Sky Resort offers the areas only lift accessible downhill trails from the Swift Current lift right here in the Mountain Village. The chairlift operates from 10:00am - 3:30pm everyday, weather permitting. For those of you who enjoy the uphill burn or a nice comfortable pedal through the forest, you will be delighted to find that Big Sky Resort is surrounded by National Forest Service land that offers hundreds of miles of forest service roads and trails for mountain biking.

On the Mountain at Big Sky Resort, riders will find mostly advanced and expert downhill trails - there are no beginner trails. Downhill and cross-country mountain bike rentals are available at the Different Spokes Bike Shop, (406) 995-5849. Prior to using freestyle terrain, it is the rider's responsibility to inspect the terrain, understand that the terrain changes constantly due to weather and use, assume the risk of injury when jumping, and keep control of body and equipment at all times. Please be courteous and respect others, clear the landing areas quickly and ride within your ability.

All of Big Sky's lift accessed mountain biking is intermediate to advanced. Trails are not patrolled, use at your own risk. Most of Big Sky's mountain bike trails are steep and rocky. Personal protective equipment is advised.

No beginner trails - prior mountain bike experience recommended. Extreme exposure. Loose rock roads.

  • Always wear a helmet & ride in control
  • Be nice - don't startle people or wildlife
  • Yield to hikers & service vehicles
  • Be sure your gear is in good working order
  • Watch for construction vehicles
  • Respect private property & route closures
  • Tread lightly & DO NOT LITTER
  • Set a good example for new riders


Call Us: (406) 995-5769