Blue Mountain's Bike Park has something for every level of rider. Whether you're in the mood for a scenic cross-country ride along gentle terrain or a heart-pounding run down the Escarpment’s best single-track downhill trails, Blue Mountain is the place to ride.
Choose from a variety of park passes, lift tickets, lessons, packages and more to achieve your ultimate day on the trails at Ontario's largest Bike Park.
By Car-From the Sprain Brook Parkway/Taconic Parkway, exit onto 9A (Briarcliff-Peekskill Highway) right after the Route 117 exit for Graham Hills. 9A eventually merges with 9 at the Hudson River just South of Croton-on-Hudson. Continue North, exiting at Welcher Avenue. At the light turn right, and follow Welcher Avenue straight into the park. Past the entry gate, bear left and follow the road around the lake to the back parking lot where most of the mountain bikers park. Parking is $8 from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Drive time is about one hour from NYC. By public transportation- take Metro-North to the Peekskill station (Hudson Line). From the station, climb the steep hill up Hudson Avenue, then turn right on Washington Street and left on Welcher Avenue into the park. It’s about 2.5 miles from the train station to the park.
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