Trail & Seasonal Sports
Do I have to pay a fee to access the ski /snowshoe and snowbike trails? Because Timber Ridge must groom and maintain these trails year round, a small fee is charged. Daily or annual passes are available for purchase.
If you are not open during the ski season on certain days, can I still access the trails? No. Because Timber Ridge is private property, we ask that the public does not trespass. However, we have just ONE exception: If you have purchased a season trail pass, you may access our trails and lodge when conditions allow, as you have paid for that privilege.
I enjoy mountain biking, but I’m more of a beginner. Can I still ride the trails? Simply put, yes. We encourage riders of all skill levels to enjoy the trails. The Timber Ridge and VASA trails present a wide array of challenges for experts and “newbies”. You can even test your skills on a new addition to the park: our mountain bike terrain course.
If I am not an overnight guest at the resort, do I have to pay a fee to access the trails for hiking and biking? We do not currently charge a fee for use of our trails during warmer-weather months. However, you must check in at the front desk to notify our staff that you will be enjoying our trails.