The Panorama Bike Park celebrates old school riding while embracing the new directions and trends of the ever the evolving sports of downhill and XC mountain biking. The park’s roots are obvious in the braided labyrinth of burly tech DH trails. The Panorama Bike Park is accessed by the Mile 1 Express chairlift.
News & Fresh Stuff
The past few summers have seen a flurry of improvements to the park as the crew takes things to the next level. This season we are stoked to unveil more updated and new terrain throughout the Bike Park, including our first all flow, intermediate trail on Rocking Horse. Check it out.
The Enduro and DH National Championships are back but this year they are back to back over the same weekend. It's going to be massive and we're filling the weekend with sweet event as part of our first ever Gravity Festival.
Developments from 2018 are still winning fans with the addition of a progressive intermediate jump line on Mercy Me & the jump line on Hell's Bells completely overhauled to make the jump shapes more modern. The Hell's Bells decks average approximately 30 feet in length. The features on Crazy Train also received some tender loving care and will see more work and new features this season.
For beginners our green run Let It Ride is an excellent intro to downhill biking and Trail Crew have some updates slated for here as well. Flowy, fun and challenging, the terrain gets progressively harder the further you get along the trail. As a beginner you can expect wide switchback turns at the top, some fast open sections, a couple of little spots covered in roots and small rocks and lots of big berms that become more challenging as you approach the end of the trail.
Mapping and trail information is available on Trailforks and is also available as a Smartphone app for IOS and Android devices.