Bike Park Pass

Brown Pow Season…

2020 Bike Park Passes will go on sale on June 1, 2020. There will be one price tier this summer. 2020/21 season passholders will receive a discount on the purchase of their 2020 bike park pass. We will offer a full refund up until the first day of use. Grand Targhee Resort will open for downhill biking on June 19, 2020, conditions permitting. Your bike park pass will give you access to over 15 miles of downhill trails off of Dreamcatcher and Shoshone. Shoshone will run daily this summer and offer access to new beginner and intermediate flow trails. You’ll also have access to Chutes & Ladders and Otter Slide from the top of Shoshone. Grand Targhee Resort’s Bike Park is rated #2 in the Northwest by the readers of Three years in a row, the park has been ranked in the top 5. If you are looking to explore over 11 miles and 2,200 vertical feet of lift-serviced downhill trails, then you’ll want the convenience of a bike park season pass.
Adult Bike Park Pass (13 and up)$189Available June 1, 2020 
Junior Bike Park Pass (6 – 12 yrs)$129Available June 1, 2020 
2020/21 Adult Season Passholder Bike Park Pass Special$169Available June 1, 2020 
2020/21 Junior Season Passholder Bike Park Pass Special$99Available June 1, 2020 

Pass Perks

  • 2 Half Priced Friends & Family Bike Park Tickets
  • 10% off Bike School (camps not included)
  • 5% off Food & Beverage
  • 20% off Summer Lodging
  • 10% off Teton Mountain Outfitters & Habitat Retail
  • 5% off new bike purchases
  • Partner resorts coming soon
Must present your 2020 Bike Park Season Pass at time of purchase to receive resort discounts. Must Present your 2020 Bike Park Season Pass to receive complimentary lift tickets from partner resorts.  Children 3-12 must be accompanied by an adult while riding the chair. There are risks and hazards associated with the mountain environment and riding the chairlift with children 2 years and younger. It is highly recommended that parents bring a child carrier for hiking to assist with navigating the mountain terrain and securing infants while riding the lift.