Mountain Biking


2014 Mtb Season PASS

You asked for it... We are now offering Mountain Bike Season Passes!

Adult Passes (ages 13+) $274

Youth Passes (ages 7-12) $99

Child Passes (6 and under) $5

*These prices do not include sales tax.  The $5 Child Pass can only be purchased in conjunction with an Adult Season Pass.  These passes are valid from May - October 2014.  These sale prices are subject to change.  Passes will be available for purchase beginning May 1st. 



Single Ride  $8

All Day Pass  $20

Three-Pack  $45*

*Three-Packs are valid for three All Day Passes that can be used on any three days.



*Tentatively Scheduled to Open May 22nd, 2014

Thursday  1pm - 8pm

Friday  1pm - 8pm

Saturday 11am - 6pm

Sunday 11am - 6pm

Holidays (5/26 & 9/1) 11am - 6pm



*Sept. 2 through Oct. 5, 2014

Thursday - Sunday

Noon - 6:30pm


*NOTE: We are unable to operate the chairlift during lightning and thunderstorms.  During these times the chairlift will be closed for at least 30 minutes after the last lightning or thunder.  In the event of excessive rain, our bike trails may be closed to prevent trail damage in wet conditions. 



Spirit Mountain does require helmets to be worn while riding on our Mountain Bike Trails.  Please come prepared as we do not rent bike helmets.



Spirit Mountain does not rent bikes, but you CAN rent them in Duluth at Continental Ski & Bike!  Continental is open 7 days a week and has Hybrid bikes starting at only $20 for a Half Day, with Mountain Bikes ranging from $45 - $65 for a Full Day.  Weeklong rentals are also available.  Click HERE for details on Continental's BIKE RENTAL program. 


MAP of BIKE TRAILS - Click this link to upload a Map of our NEW trails!



1 - Candyland is a 1.5 mile beginner/ intermediate level downhill flow trail featuring large berms, medium and small sized table tops, and hip jumps. All features on Candyland are roll-able, making it an ideal trail to learn on, and perfect for gravity-based mountain biking skills.

2 - Smorgasbord is a 1 mile intermediate level freeride/ downhill mountain bike trail featuring large berms, medium size jumps, a drop, and rock gardens. Several features on Smorgasbord are mandatory, including small 3-4 foot gaps, and a 5-foot drop.

3 - Happy Camper is an easier downhill trail with features including small jumps, berms, and rollers.  This trail is perfect for beginners who are just learning downhill skills, but is also a fun trip for an expert rider.  "Happy Camper" is a directional trail, which means that when the chairlift is running it is signed as a DOWNHILL ONLY trail.  When the chairlift is not running, it is used as an UPHILL ONLY climbing trail.  By offering this uphill climbing option, you now have access to our awesome trails all the time!  When the chairlift isn't running, you just have to work a little harder for it.  *Please note that we do not have Bike Patrol on duty when the chairlift isn't running so please use extra caution and be careful on the trails.   

4 - Blaster is a more difficult downhill single-track trail with features including lots of rocks, roots, and very little dirt.  This trail gets very steep in areas and is a true test of your downhill riding abilities.  Experienced riders only!


Mountain Bike Camps and Clinics:


Spirit Mountain has been working on developing some downhill mountain bike trails for a few years in accordance with our Master Plan.  Cyclists can now ride the trails down the mountain in the summer and fall months, and take the NEW “Spirit Express II” Chairlift back up to the top with their bikes.  The new flow trail begins near the Spirit Mountain Adventure Park and ends approximately 500 feet below, and a mile later, at the NEW Grand Avenue Chalet.  Cyclists can purchase lift tickets at either location.  The site of the new flow trail was home to a Flow Trail School hosted by IMBA (International Mountain Bicycling Association) and COGGS (Cyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shores) in September 2012.  About 30 people from around the country attended the school to learn skills and techniques for building these types of trails.  The school was led by Aaron Rogers, IMBA Midwest Trail Specialist, who has officially declared this to be, “the best flow trail in the Midwest”.  Additionally, Adam Sundberg, chairman of COGGS, says, “Everybody is blown away by how great the trail is looking.  It’s so much fun, so creative, so well-done.”


Click below for an article with more information in the Duluth News Tribune, or to see a YouTube video documenting the flow trail school.


Spirit Mountain... Where FUN Never Ends!