Trails provided at various skill levels, use a chair lift outfitted with a bike lift to get on the mountain. The trails were built on their beginner ski hill, so the trail runs are short, the more difficult the longer the run.
Drawback is the low elevation of the hill and thus having to spend lots of time on the chair-lift.
This system is not accessible during the winter as its used for skiing.
Restrooms are available in the Learning Center where a small food service is available as well. Water and other drinks are sold; no free drinking water.
The cost for a lift tickets runs in the 20 dollar to 30 dollar range depending on time of day and length of stay. Bikes are available for rental, instruction was offered but not sure if it is anymore as most people know how to ride a bike.
Full suspension bikes are required if you bring your own. If you plan on taking a lot of air and jumps (yes there is a lot available), a sturdy downhill bike with a double crown fork and larger width tires is recommended. The park closes everyday at 4pm.