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Mountain Update

Mountain Update: Due to the evolving situation with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), West Mountain has closed for the 2019/20 winter season. We are planning to reopen this summer for mountain biking, high ropes courses, adventure camps, events and scenic chairlift rides. Please stay tuned to our Web site for all updates. As of 3/17/20, all entrances are locked until further notice. Please email with any questions. Discounted 2020/2021 Season Passes, Youth and Adult 6-Week Lesson Programs can be purchased at The Early Bird 6-Week Program Discount rate ends April 15th. The Early Bird Season Pass Discount Rate ends April 30th. We do not allow uphill travel of any kind on the property any time of the year. Please adhere to all signage posted at the mountain. We appreciate your understanding and your continued support. 

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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 bike alone. Be Safe, Wear a Helmet when riding at West Mountain. 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. We do offer a picnic area on the Crow’s Nest Trail overlooking the Hudson River Gorge. Please carry out all picnic items when you are finished. Please do not litter. Mountain Biking is not allowed on the property during non-business hours.