Mountain Biking


The Mountain Lake Conservancy manages 2,600 acres of mountainous terrain that encompasses a very unique ecosystem due to an average elevation of over 4,000′. More than twenty miles of fern-lined trails on the property are now open to the public for biking year-round.

Due to this high elevation, these trails are a perfect place for mid-summer riding. Temperatures are typically 10-15 degrees cooler here than at nearby Pandapas Pond Recreation Area.

There are also over 35 miles of public fire road and jeep track accessible from the new trail access. Perfect for endurance training or long rides with friends, the jeep trails are rocky and can be technical with hard climbs and super fast, rocky descents. The Butt Mountain Loop is a local favorite!

Mountain Bike Rental Fees

$35/half day


Trails for all levels of cyclists:

Lower Jungle
Smooth gravel trail rolls under giant hemlocks and yellow birch trees above the lake to the stables, ideal for beginners and kids

White Dot to Upper Doe Run
Gentle rolling jeep track climbs to the old golf course through shoulder high ferns under a canopy of semi-mature hardwoods

Expert level trail rocks and rolls across Salt Pond Ridge connecting to Bear Cliffs Trail

Lower Doe Run
Fast and twisting descent down to the Pond Drain winds around massive boulders