The Progression Park is a bike skills zone that’s the perfect place for kids and beginners of all ages to practice the core skills of mountain biking. Accessed via the Bike Park Carpets, the park features a selection of mini berm lines, technical lines, a jump line, drop section, pump track, and more! You learn tools to improve your riding technique in a safe and progressive environment.
New to the Bike Park? Check out our guide to help you get started. You'll find information on our Bike Park rules and requirements, what to ride and where, plus much more!
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Tickets should be purchased online in advance to guarantee access. There may be a limited amount of tickets available for sale each day to manage guest numbers, guest experience, and safety protocols. Window ticket sales may not be available to purchase in resort
Bike Park tickets include access to the Progression Park.
June 17 to September 5, 2022
|Tickets||Progression Park only ticket
Ages 6+: $22, 5 and Under: Free
Progression Park + 1 Ride
Adult: $41, Youth/Senior: $36, Child: $31, 5 Y/O: Free (contact Guest Services)
|Passes||Progression Park only pass
Ages 6+: $109, 5 and Under: $30
Helmets are mandatory in the Progression Park.
Children must be able to stand unassisted and dismount on their own on the Bike Park Carpets.
A parent/guardian must be with all children under the age of eight (8) years old at all times.
Run bikes are permitted to use in the Progression Park provided they have a minimum of one (1) rear hand brake.
No need for descending here! Learn to pump your bike and look ahead as you create your own momentum on this continuous circuit of rollers and berms.
A low grade, longer machine-built trail with a wide and smooth surface. Practice your cornering and speed control.
NEW! Wide open and curvy, riders will experience easy and comfortable flow features like small berms, and small buffed rollers
NEW! A slight step-up from Pinball Wizard, Dungeon Crawl features slightly steeper and tighter berms.
An introduction to singletrack technical riding. Skinnier than Level Up with a rougher, more natural surface including roots and exposed rocks.
A wider machine-built trail with a smooth surface; an introduction to rollers and larger berms. Lower down, your choice of taking a table top jump line.
Practice control and tight cornering on a longer technical trail through the trees. Features a rock step and optional drop zone with three progressive heights.
Only after you've mastered the others, test your skills on a much more technical, steeper, and longer trail featuring exposed roots and rocks, a rock roll, table top jump, and rock drop.
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Words and photos by Jami Savage, Adventure Awaits