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Find your Flow at Massanutten Resort

Singletrack and switchbacks full of berms and other fun trail features await you at Massanutten Resort. Home of the Best of the Blue Ridge winner for “Best Bike Park” and “Best Pet-Friendly Adventure”, you’ll never want to leave!

With over 30 miles of mountain bike trails suitable for beginners to advanced riders, it is easy to see why the Western Slope is the heart of cross-country riding at the Resort. The Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition works in partnership with the Resort to fund, build, and maintain these trails for Resort property owners, guests, employees, and current Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition pass holders. 100 percent of trail pass donations go back to the Coalition and your trails! Save your legs and hop on the Western Slope Shuttle, open spring through fall, to take on beginner trails like Creekside, Lower Quarantine and Virginia ‘54. Technical climbs, drops, and rock gardens await you on more challenging trails like 2000 Hours (2K) and Special K. These black diamond trails are not only great for experts, but they also offer the perfect training ground for more intermediate riders. 

The Massanutten Bike Park is quite the treasure, literally! Listed as a “Virginia Treasure” in the Virginia Treasures Program recognizing public recreational lands in the Commonwealth, you will be sure to have a blast. This lift-served Bike Park is ideal for all skill levels and features a beginner-friendly introduction to downhill mountain biking with trails like Peanut and Pistachio. In Summer 2023, riders can look forward to a new high-speed lift that will reduce ride time to the advanced terrain on the upper mountain down to less than five minutes. To boost your confidence and skills, Massanutten offers a Ride School with private, personally-tailored lessons designed to fit students’ goals, riding experience, and bike handling abilities. For more bang for your buck, there are seasonal lesson packages available!

Stay close to the trails, and grab a bite or a brew at Base Camp, located right next to the Bike Park and featuring outdoor dining and a full umbrella bar, or at Campfire Grill, which is a short drive away, near the Resort Overlook parking lot by the Western Slope. Other onsite restaurants include Virginia BBQ & Pizza Co., and Splash’s Bar & Grill, the newest restaurant opening soon at Massanutten WaterPark! For those looking for the latest threads or gifts, head to The General Store, or The Market, both onsite at the Resort. 

So, what do you say? Are you ready to find your flow on the trails at Massanutten Resort?

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