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Mountain Bike Trail Report

19 of 19 Open Trails
10 of 10 Miles of Trail
0 of 0 Acres of Trail
0 of 0 Open Lifts

Arial Adventure Trail Report

6 of 6 Open Trails
0 of 0 Miles of Trail
0 of 0 Acres of Trail
0 of 0 Open Lifts

Mountain Update

Mountain Update: We are planning to open for summer activities on July 4, 2020 with safety protocols in place to ensure our employees and guests stay healthy. In the summer, West offers mountain biking, high ropes course adventures, hiking, adventure camps, events and scenic chairlift rides. Please stay tuned to our Web site for all updates. Our Apex Summer Fun Pass is on Sale for $199. Uphill travel is only allowed on the property during summer operational hours and requires a summer season pass or day access ticket. Please adhere to all signage posted at the mountain. We appreciate your understanding and your continued support. 

2020/2021 Season Passes

Summer CampsSummer Operations


Message from Mountain Management regarding COVID-19

West Mountain wants you and your family to be safe AND have fun this Summer at West

Due to the evolving situation with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), West Mountain will continue to follow its Best Clean Environment practices to ensure our employees and guests stay healthy during Summer 2020 Operations.

West Mountain will stay diligent wiping down all surfaces frequently throughout the day, reducing capacity (when necessary), and will follow all additional state safety guidelines for our summer operations.

West Mountain encourages everyone to wash their hands frequently (using soap and water for at least 20 seconds), to main social distancing while on the property, and to wear a mask when social distancing cannot be maintained. We ask that if you or anyone in your group are experiencing any symptoms, to reschedule your visit to West Mountain to another day. When coughing or sneezing, please cover your mouth and nose with a flexed elbow or tissue. 

CDC GUIDELINES

 


Summer Safety

Mountain Biking Safety at West Mountain

Cyclists, like all mountain users, should always be alert to the risks inherent in the sport. Responsible behavior and good judgment are essential for you to safely enjoy mountain biking at West Mountain. Remember that the mountain environment poses potential hazards. Rocks, logs and other natural and man-made obstacles may be encountered suddenly and without warning. Be especially careful of water bars, which are ditches or mounds placed throughout the mountain to control erosion. They may be visible or hidden by grass and should be approached slowly and cautiously. We will have ski patrol on duty during business hours, but we ask our patrons to be alert at all times.

Know the West Mountain Code

Do not hike/bike alone. Be Safe, Wear a Helmet when riding at West Mountain. Use Caution when getting on/off the chairlift. Wear appropriate footwear. Know your riding ability and do not try to exceed it. If in doubt, you can always walk your bike. Do not stop where you obstruct a trail or cannot be seen by other mountain users. Be aware of hikers on our mixed use trails. Observe all CLOSED TRAIL signs, barriers and Caution ropes and signage. Do Not ride/hike off designated trails. Do not disturb animals or plants on the mountain. No Fires are Allowed on West Mountain Property. Please do not litter. Mountain Biking/hiking is not allowed on the property during non-business hours.


Winter Safety

Skiing and Riding Safety at West Mountain

For More Information on the Importance of Wearing a Helmet, Please visit: 

Lids on Kids

For Skiing and Snowboarding Safety Tips, Please visit:

National Ski and Snowboard Association