Highland Mountain Bike Park

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DH Baby! What more could you want!? Check out their website!!!!
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Q: Can you ride a hardtail here? -Cosine Pi

A: Depends... want a new one? Short answer is No not unless your planning to stick the green trail. I know plenty of people who are limitled with cross country full suspension bikes. You can use the hardtail on jumps if you land rite and some drops. You will want 150 millimeters of travel to pull of some of the drops on the blues. B

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Reviews (10)
 

Gramcounter

August 31, 2017
 
Review: Copy and paste the link below for an awesome highlight video from Highland Mountain Bike Park. Highland is a meca when it comes to DH/Enduro trails in New England. Start with green and work your way up! 'Faux Pine' is one of my personal favorites. I also post new videos from different spots around New England every Monday, so be sure to subscribe for more! Link: https://youtu.be/ci-6dpgSkSA

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Gnarly


July 4, 2016
racermtbk2 Gnarly  
 
Review: I usually try to get up here once or twice a year. This is a great place to try downhill with enough trails from green to black. If it's your first time stick to the green to get your bearings then move up to cat scratch and cats paw. Moving on to the black can be done toward the end of the day, helion and happy hour are great to test your skills. Lift tickets are $40 for the day. Rental bikes at $80-$120 a day. There are also half day rates. The lodge has a full bike shop/ bar and cafe. With it being semi close to Boston it can get somewhat crowded in the summer on the weekends but even on July 2nd I didn't wait more than 10 minutes for a chair.

Similar Trail: Killington

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Granny Gear

November 2, 2015
bachey18 Granny Gear  
 
Review: Great variety of trails greens, blues, blacks. Highland has it all. Chairlift is great. Well maintained trails.

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Bunny Hop

October 19, 2015
mtbman Bunny Hop  
 
Review: don't hesitate to go here, its definitely worth it. check out the central park to nail down some of your basic skills. its definitely worth renting a bike if you don't have at the very least a bike with full suspension. i recommend doing the find your ride

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Gnarly

May 16, 2015
 
Review: Well where to start.. I can't give it 5 stars since this was my first DH lift park.. I might be back once I get more experience at other parks..

I'm a fairly new MTB rider and this was my first experience with this type of riding..

I'm a fairly aggressive rider and come from an dirt bike riding back ground so love jumps, drops and flat tops.. These were lots of fun.. Certainly aspects of the runs were difficult and the speeds were very fast.. I actually felt badly having to use my brakes to often to carry any real speed.. I did log some decent times via strava but can do better.. I would ride there in a heart beat and can't wait to go back..

Learned a real lot riding there.. going back this coming week.. Yayy...

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Granny Gear

July 30, 2014
Jmac88 Granny Gear  
 
Review: Great place! Very friendly staff, well maintained and terrain for all. Will be back for sure!

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Gramcounter

July 1, 2014
nickabuja Gramcounter  
 
Review: Difficulty varies but fast no matter what

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Granny Gear

October 11, 2013
MuddyGerms Granny Gear  
 
Review: Awesome park. First complete true DH experience, redicuosly awesome. Awesome guys in the shop that are willing to help you with anything.
I broke my seat halfway thru the day of an all day pass. Went into the shop and was handed another seat under the condition that I bring it back. I was back riding in less than 3 minutes.
All the trails were awesome. Nice and groomed, smooth berms and great table tops. Hellion, Happy Hour, Cat Scratch were my top rides.

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Trailblazer

November 6, 2011
PK1 Trailblazer  
 
Review: Downhill mountain bike park, dedicated to mtb. No ski ops in winter. This was my first time doing DH and I'm hooked. Trails were great and had a good range, almost all jumps were tabletops so no worries about making it to the landing. SMOOTH and built up berms. Woohoo!

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Granny Gear

July 19, 2011
 
Review: It's awesome 'nuff said. hellion and happy hour probably my favorite trail there

Similar Trail: anything downhill

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Highland Mountain Bike Park MTB Trail 4.91 out of 5 based on 10 ratings. 10 user reviews.
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