From our professionally engineered network of lift-accessed downhill trails to beautiful ridgeline cross-country rides, our goal is to create riding experiences for all types of mountain bikers, from new-to-old and beginner-to-advanced.
Downhill Mountain Bike Park: Thursday-Sunday 9:30am-6pm.
Consisting of trails on primarily private land, all guests riding either cross country trails or our lift-accessed downhill network must possess a valid pass or ticket product.
Granby Ranch is home to an incredible network of Cross-Country Mountain Biking Trails. Featuring a combination of easy trails, intermediate trails and expert level trails, in both single and double track, there’s no better place to spend the day exploring on two wheels. Plan ahead, sign our liability waiver and check out our downhill mountain biking trail map. Trail accessible XC mountain biking is available 7 days a week!
Mon.-Weds. 9:30am-4pm. (Lift not available)
Thurs.-Sun. 9:30am-6pm. (Lift available)
If you do not wish to use the lift, purchase a trail access ticket.
If you wish to use the lift, purchase a bike haul ticket.
Why pedal your bike all the way to the top of the mountain? Downhill mountain biking at Granby Ranch is a lift accessible, day-use mountain bike park that offers the best views and landscapes in Northern Colorado. Plan ahead, sign our liability waiver before you arrive.
Bike haul lift accessible Downhill Mountain Biking is available Thursday – Sunday from 9:30am – 6pm.
Our fleet of mountain bike rentals
includes a variety of Downhill, Enduro and Fully Rigid traditional bicycles for adults and youth. We also carry a fleet of Full-Suspension and Hard-Tail E-Bikes.
The Granby Ranch mountain bike rental shop also offers full face and half shell helmets as well as knee pads, elbow pads and body armor. Our bike rentals are first come, first served, and can be purchased at the rental shop.
Downhill? Enduro? Season or Day Pass? We've got it all. Just remember: All users must sign a waiver. Rim brakes are not permitted on downhill trails.
The all mountain ticket gives you lift accessed sightseeing. Any of our ticket products allow you to check out all of our XC and hiking trails during your stay!
Yes. Please stop by our ticket window to complete a waiver or check your reservation confirmation email. It will have a link to our digital waiver system.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable under any circumstances including, but not limited to, unplanned closures, weather, job loss, mechanical or electrical issues, personal injury, or natural disasters.
Due to ownership transition and resultant switchover of systems, prebooking online will be available June 1st. Please go to the ticket window at the Base Lodge to purchase your pass in the interim.
Yes. For both the Bike Only and Bike + Tix package, helmet, arm and knee pads are included.
Not at this time. Bike rentals to start the summer will only be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Yes, although our rental inventory is limited and available only a first-come, first-serve basis. We carry helmets, arm and knee pads, and chest protectors.
Summer season passes are available now. Purchase your summer season pass.
For mountain bikers and hikers, all guests aiming to use our cross-country trails or our lift-accessed downhill network must possess a valid pass or ticket product. Guests must also sign a waiver. Plan ahead, sign our liability waiver before you arrive.
Our lift-serviced terrain and base amenities, including restaurants and bike retail services, will be open throughout Summer ’23. Typically, Saturdays, Memorial Day Weekend, and July 4th Weekend are our peak periods.
Yes. Guests must also have a waiver on file. Plan ahead, sign our liability waiver before you arrive.
No. Users of the Fraser to Granby do NOT need to purchase a product or sign a waiver.
No. Due to speeds and braking power, only disc brake-equipped bikes are permitted on the downhill trails. You may still ride the lift with your rim brake bike to access our cross-country trails.