Colorado’s best and biggest downhill bike park is getting even bigger for the 2011 summer bike season. More lifts, updated trails and more features will welcome riders to the fastest growing bike park in the world for a great looking summer season.
Winter Park Resort’s Trestle Bike Park has announced expansion and new developments for the upcoming 2011 summer season. Plans include trail updates, added features and jumps for all abilities, three lifts planned to spin in 2011, signing the well-known and respected rider, Ross Schnell, to the Trestle Bike Park team and adding the New Trestle All-Mountain Enduro Race to the summer schedule.
Terrain Expansion and Lifts – Downhill riders will find additional features and a massive expansion that puts the Trestle Bike Park master plan one year ahead of schedule! These include banked cruisers, table-top jumps, elevated stunts, and drops to challenge seasoned Trestle riders. Trestle will change the lift structure in 2011, now offering three lifts instead of two: Zephyr Express, Eskimo, and the Gemini Lift (operating Friday through Sunday).
Trestle Bike Park season pass prices have been announced and are now on sale for the 2011 season. Prices are set at:
Visit the Trestle Bike Park Website for pass details.
Here are the highlights for Trestle Bike Park this season and some benefits you get with a TBP season pass:
Trestle Bike Park info:
Open: June 11 – September 25 – 7 days a week, NEW! Now 7 days per week in September 2011
Trestle Bike Park Base Elevation – 9,000 feet (2,743 meters)
Vertical Elevation – 1,810 feet (552 meters)
Trestle Bike Park Trails – 37 miles
Trestle Bike Park Features – over 200
Fraser Valley Trails – over 600 miles
Average Daytime Temperature – 75 degrees
Average Nighttime Temperature – 45 degrees
Average Days of Sunshine – 300 days
Looking for some fun on a Mountain Bike? You will not find a more exhilarating day than on the slopes of Trestle Bike Park. Stay and play at the base with deals from Winter Park Lodging Company.
Sarah April 12th, 2011