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Whitefish Mountain Resort
PO Box 1400
Whitefish, MT 59937
With over 20 miles of lift-accessed single-track bike trails, Whitefish Mountain Resort has distinguished itself among bikers as a worthy mountain bike destination. Our extensive network of trails caters to all ability levels so let the good times --and your bike--roll!
The Summit Trail: Intermediate in difficulty, this wide single-track is our most popular trail with spectacular vistas at every turn. It is 8 miles in length from village to summit or vice versa. Lots of switchback turns link together the long undulating sections of this epic trail. It's a great workout up and big fun going down.
Question Mark: It's called Question Mark but you'll be thinking '!' when riding this newly rerouted expert trail. It's 1.5 miles of sweetly sick single-track stretching from the top of the Question Mark ski run to the bottom of Dave's Dive. The slippery 'Otter Slide' at the top of the trail sets the tone.
Dave's Dive: This expert technical single-track navigates a short mud bog before diving through a maze of tight trees, rollers and steep drops. Pick your line carefully. Dave's has historically been used as part of the downhill racecourse.
Run-away Train is the answer to the dreams of all the free-ride bikers out there. This downhill-only trail is for experts only. It combines all the features of modern free-ride biking into one exciting package.
Devil's Corkscrew: This half-mile of intermediate single-track also lives up to its name as it snakes back and forth in a series of gentle switchback turns. It starts by the base of the Glacier Chaser chairlift and follows Chipmunk ski run under Chair 6 to the Outpost.
Enchanted Forest: This expert trail branches off of Devil's Corkscrew, winds through a thicket of dense woods and intersects the west side of Rainbow Loop before crossing a log bridge that takes riders to the Stumptown Trail.
Short Cut: Short but sweet, this .2 mile intermediate single-track connects the Rainbow Loop and Stumptown trails and is used as part of the Tuesday Night Race League course.
Rainbow Loop: This 1.1 mile trail gradually climbs and descends in a loop around the Jumping Rainbow Pond below the Outpost. It has a beginner rating and is easiest if ridden in the uphill direction from the Outpost.
Stumptown: At .4 miles in length, this point-to-point trail offers a fast, swooping intermediate alternative to Rainbow Loop. Stumptown and Rainbow Loop meet at Jumping Rainbow Pond.
Arnica Ridge: This thrill ride of a trail extends .8 miles between Stumptown and Cedar View. It features rolling turns, a well-packed tread and a short wooden bridge.
Cedar View: You'll feel like an expert on this intermediate trail comprised of both single-track and road as it guides you on a smooth 1.8 mile loop. Or, if you truly are an expert, veer onto Wolverine.
Wolverine: Described as .6 miles of claws and fur' by those in the know, Wolverine connects Cedar View and Rainbow Loop by way of short steep hills, log crossings and muddy mayhem. Ride it and bite back.
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Whitefish Mountain Resort is located 36 miles west of Glacier National Park, 23 miles from Kalispell and 8 miles north of Whitefish, Montana off North/South Highway U.S. 93 and East/West U.S. Highway 2. The Whitefish Mountain Resort is a short, scenic drive from Whitefish, Montana. It is just eight miles from the Amtrak Station and nineteen miles from the Glacier International Airport.
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