Go with the flow all season long.
Bike Park Season Passes
Ride Into Summer With a Mountain Bike Season Pass
Our mountain bike park features enduro-style beginner, intermediate, and advanced trails that are mostly downhill, alternating with a few short climbs. Without much technical difficulty, mountain bike trails are designed to accommodate all levels and speeds. Trails are accessible via chairlift.
Mountain Bike Season Passes — Summer 2021
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Purchasing season passes
To maximize your time on the mountain and reduce your wait time at the resort, please follow these steps to purchase your passes online:
- Create your profile
IMPORTANT: You must create a profile for each person who will have a season pass.
- Purchase your pass
IMPORTANT: You must purchase passes as they correspond to each profile.
- Pick up your pass
On the first day of your visit, pick up your pass from our outdoor ticket window, and you’re good to go!
Returning guest? Skip the ticket line altogether and head straight to the lift with your existing pass. Whether it’s for a day ticket or season pass, your pass can be used from year to year, season to season. It is directly linked to your account and can be reloaded with any ticket/pass product purchased on our online store.
**We kindly ask that you dispose of your old passes and place your RFID ticket in its own pocket. This will ensure swift entry through the gates. Credit cards, gum wrappers, and other items will interfere with your RFID pass.**
Bike park Schedule
- June 19—October 11, 2021
Friday—Sunday: 10:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.
- Open 7 days a week on the following dates:
- June 19—July 4, 2021
- July 16—August 1, 2021
Bike days will be subject to daily visitor quotas to ensure you have the best experience on the mountain.
We have implemented resort-wide sanitary and health measures to protect our staff, customers, and the operations of our Summer 2021 season. We ask you to respect these measures while visiting Massif de Charlevoix at all times. To find out more, please read our 2021 Mountain Guide (need link).