Granby Ranch is a little different than other mountain destinations. Over 30 miles of acclaimed downhill biking trails, panoramic singletrack, and solitary hiking trails with views of the Continental Divide stretch across nearly 5,000 acres of primarily private land. This year, we will manage access to the property to ensure a great experience for our guests and homeowner community.
While the mountain will feel familiar, we are taking a few different approaches. Check out our new All Mountain Pass, which offers whole property and lift-serviced access all summer long. Say “Hey!” to our trail ambassadors out on the system, educating users, carrying water and maps, and answering questions. We know it will be a little different than in years past. So, use this guide to navigate your way through the property this summer. Follow us on social media, stay tuned to our emails, and we look forward to welcoming you out to the property this summer.
All products require a waiver to be signed before use.
Lifts and full amenities, including rentals, retail, and dining will be available Thursday through Sunday throughout the summer. The Quick Draw Express will run 10AM to 5PM, and our restaurants will be open 12 to 9PM. Our opening date is Thursday, May 27th and our anticipated closing date is September 26th.
Yes. You can access our trail system seven days a week. Keep in mind, however, our ticket office will only be open Thursday to Sunday throughout the summer.
No. Users of the Fraser to Granby do NOT need to purchase a product or sign a waiver.
We strongly recommend purchasing your passes and tickets beforehand, but at this time we do not anticipate any capacity restrictions as it relates to ticketed products this summer.
Yes. However, please be aware of posted signs and policies, particularly in residential neighborhoods in South Valley.
Absolutely. Granby Ranch is fantastic e-bike country!
Yes. Please note, however, that due to limited stock, our inventory is available on a limited and first-come, first-serve basis.
Yes. We have trails suitable for capable first timers right through to pros. All our trails are clearly sign-posted so please read the signs and play within your limits. Our trail maps also describe what each color means so you can ride what suits you.
Yes. Riders who are 17 and younger are welcome to ride on their own, provided they have a valid waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian.
Our bike shop, offering rentals and retail services, is in the Base Lodge. Operating hours are 10AM to 5PM, Thursday-Sunday.
Presently, we can operate at full capacity provided our tables are socially-distanced from one another. Wearing a mask is strongly encouraged for those who are not vaccinated.
Yes. Head over to the Bluebird page during operating hours to get your cocktail or smoked brisket on the go!
If you are using your 3+1 Pack this summer to bike, please stop at the ticket window to sign a waiver. If you are using your pack to hike, you can head right to the trails with your ticket.
Please stop at the ticket window with your pass in hand the day you are wanting to redeem your +1- lift ticket.
All Mountain products offer lift-serviced access to our downhill trails PLUS bike and hike access to our whole suite of XC trails, available in a season-long pass or a single day lift ticket.
“Access” products gets you on our whole suite of XC trails PLUS hiking, available in a season-long pass or a single day lift ticket. Importantly, “Access” products do NOT include lift-accessed downhill park riding.
Yes. A waiver must be completed every time with the purchase of a day ticket.