Montana is a great place for a wide variety of outdoor activities. Mountain biking is extremely popular in Montana and a mountain bike park opening soon in Big Sky will feature over 50 miles of trails for mountain bikers of all skill levels to explore.

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The mountain biking trails at Big Sky are expected to open on June 18 and will include the only lift-serviced trails in southwest Montana.

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Mountain bikers will be able to ride up Ramcharger 8, Swift Current 6, and Explorer 2 to access a variety of trails. The trail system offers something for everyone, whether you're a beginner or a pro. Bike carriers have been added to Swift Current 6,  America's fastest 6-person chairlift.

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If you want to hit up the trails at Big Sky this summer, you'll need a pass or a Bike Haul ticket. A Bike Haul ticket is $49 per day and gives you access to Ramcharger 8, Swift Current 6 and Explorer between 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. on the day of your reservation.

You can also buy a Weekday Pass or an Unlimited Pass. Passes or tickets are required for chairlift access to haul mountain bikes. For information about Bike Haul passes, click here.

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If you don't have a mountain bike, no worries. They are available for rent. If you're new to mountain biking, you can learn the ropes with the guidance of an experienced coach. If you're looking for something fun to do this summer and plan on staying close to home due to high gas prices, the mountain biking trails at Big Sky are definitely worth checking out.

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