Mountain Biking - XC Mountain Biking
Enjoy the scenery of Mount Washington Resort by bike on our expansive Alpine or Valley Trail Mountain Biking Systems. Cross-Country (XC) trails and rentals are accessible from the Stone Pillar Lodge located near the Golf Clubhouse near Mount Washington Hotel. Our lift serviced alpine system of mountain biking trails is located across the street, at Bretton Woods Adventure Center. Here, experienced riders can weave their way down a series of trails designed with twists, turns and natural features to make for a fun and exhilarating ride down.
If you don't have your own mountain bike and would like to explore lift-served trails, try renting one of our Diggler Mountain Scooters. This scooter has full sized mountain bike tires and handle bars but you stand on a skateboard-like platform. Take the chairlift to the top and wind your way down one of the mountain bike trails. For more information about mountain biking at Bretton Woods, please call the Adventure Center at (603) 278-3335.
XC COUNTRY BIKING AT BRETTON WOODS
Ride through single and double track trails as you explore our expansive Valley Trail Network at the base of NH's majestic Mt. Washington.
XC Mountain Biking Schedule
Mountain Biking trails at Bretton Woods are closed for the season. The Adventure Center operates mid-June through mid-October. Please look for information about the upcoming 2015 Adventure Center summer activities and hours. For more information, please call the Adventure Center at (603) 278-3335.
2014 XC Trail Pass Rates
|Public (Resort Guest)|
(ages 65+ up)
|Full-Day||$12 ($10)||$10 ($8)||$12 ($10)|
|Half-Day *||$10 ($8)||$8 ($6)||$10 ($8)|
|Two-Hour||$8 ($6)||$6 (n/c)||$8 ($6)|
* Morning half-day is 9am-noon, and afternoon half-day is noon-4pm.
Trail passes are available at the Activities Concierge in the Omni Mount Washington Hotel or in the Stone Pillar Lodge, adjacent to the Golf Club. For information regarding Mountain Bike Season Passes, please click here.
XC Mountain Bike Rentals
Mount Washington Resort offers front-suspension mountain bikes for adults, and front-suspension bikes for children, for use on our Valley trail network. Rental XC mountain bikes will be available at the Stone Pillar Lodge and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. XC Mountain Bikes that are rented through Mount Washington Resort are limited to use on our valley trail system. They are not permitted for downhill mountain biking at Bretton Woods.
2014 XC BIKE RENTAL RATES
*Morning half-day is 9 am - 12 pm, and afternoon half-day is 12 - 4 pm.
Guided XC Mountain Bike Excursions
Join our friendly and knowledgeable Adventure Guides for a journey around the spectacular Mount Washington Resort. This two-hour tour will offer scenic vistas of the Presidential Mountain Range and Ammonoosuc River valley not seen by those who never leave the road! The tour includes single-track, as well as carriage road riding, and is appropriate for intermediate or better riders.
Reservations are recommended for this program and may be made by contacting the Activities Concierge at 603-278-8989. Participants should plan on meeting their guide 20 minutes ahead of the scheduled departure time at the Activities Concierge desk in the Great Hall of the Omni Mount Washington Hotel.
Guided XC Mountain Bike Excursions Schedule
- Programs runs from mid-May - mid-October, as conditions permit.
- Tours depart at 11am
Guided XC Mountain Bike Excursions Rates
- Includes tour, XC mountain bike rental and two-hour trail pass
- Public: $50
- Resort Guests: $40
Activities reserved by an individual are subject to a two-hour cancellation policy. Any cancellation after that time is subject to full charge. Cancellation fees, including individual 'no shows' will be posted to the guest's room.
All schedules and activities are subject to change - please check the daily Bugle at the Activities Concierge Desk. All outdoor programs are weather dependant and take place at the discretion of the Activities Concierge Staff. The Activities Concierge Staff reserves the right to turn anyone away for health and/or equipment concerns.