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Level: Intermediate
Length: 20 mi (32.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: One-way
Elevation: +2,201/2 ft
Total: 19 riders

Mountain Biking Sunrise Ski Park

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#162 of 404 mountain bike trails in Arizona
#5,274 in the world

On summer weekends, mountain bikers can take the lift up to the top of Sunrise Mountain and ride the trails down. The chairs are fitted with special carriers for the bikes. Mountain bikes, helmets and accessories are available for rent.

First added by ksnider on Dec 27, 2010. Last updated Jul 20, 2021. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • Lift service: yes
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: no
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: yes
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Getting there
FROM PHOENIX (218 miles): Mogollon Route - Take State Hwy. 87 north to Payson. From Payson, take State Hwy. 260 east following the Mogollon Rim to Show Low. At Show Low, continue on Hwy. 260 through Pinetop-Lakeside and McNary to State Hwy. 273. Turn Right on Hwy. 273. Sunrise Park Lodge is four miles south on Hwy. 273 and the Sunrise Ski Area is three miles past the lodge.
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Trail conditions

Dry (on Jun 8, 2019)
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Sunrise Ski Park videos

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Sunrise Ski Park Rear Facing Camera…
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  • Christopher M

    So I may be spoiled riding mostly bike parks in New England and Virginia/ West Virginia. That being said there isn't much to this place. The lift is quick, taking 15 minutes to bring you to 10,700 feet of elevation. But from there its mostly the fire/ access rode to the bottom. There are a few short trails connecting the road but it isn't marked at all. I couldn't find a trail map at the park and I don't think it would have helped given the lack of marking. I noticed some spray paint on trees but it was facing uphill and I wasn't sure if it was for the trails or the ski season. There is a lot of potential but without a lot of work I probably won't be back.

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  • SaintPatrick

    Trails barely groomed. Mostly down hill on a gravel road or runoff area for water. Difficult to descend with control. I did it once and dos not go back up for seconds.

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  • SaintPatrick

    Trails were barely maintained. Mostly service road and drainage washes as you barrel down the mountain.

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  • TMWJR777

    The only lift-accessed terrain in AZ. The trails are ok, it's not built or groomed like a "real" bike park though.

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  • ksnider

    This is an awesome trail for arizona riders to get out of the summer heat. Ride the lift to the top of the mountain and pick your favorite trail down. At the bottom, jump back on the lift and do it again..again..again. Check out the videos

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