Taos Bike Park
Our lift-service mountain bike trails in the Kachina Basin are the first of a series being built by Gravity Logic, out of Whistler, BC, with the help of the Taos Ski Valley Bike Park Crew. Enjoy this scenic bike ride experience with the whole family. Whether you’re a novice biker or an experienced rider, Taos offers an experience for all levels. All you have to do is choose your spice level.
Green Chile Flow Trail
Our signature run is the Green Chile Flow trail. From the top of Lift 4, all the way to the bottom of the Kachina Basin, this trail is 3.5 miles of dialed turns, amazing scenery, and fun for the whole family. While Taos may have a reputation for steep, challenging wintertime terrain, Green Chile was built with one thing in mind: to provide a summertime experience that everyone can enjoy regardless of skill level. It doesn’t matter if you own a bike or if you are looking to rent a bike from Taos Sports’ fleet, this trail will appeal to just about anyone who is interested in mountain biking.
We’re proud to announce the opening of our Blue Trail! If you enjoyed riding the Green Chile Flow Trail but are looking for a little more challenge, the Blue Trail was made for you! It’s everything you loved about our trails: the amazing scenery, the attenable challenge, and the excitement all taken to the next level.
Taos Bike Park
While we love our current trails, we aren’t stopping here! The Taos Bike Crew is continuing to work hard on building new and exciting terrain for mountain bikers. Stay tuned for more surprises coming this season.
MOUNTAIN BIKE lift TICKET
|ADULT (18 to 64)||$45|
|TEEN (13 to 17)||$35|
|CHILD (12 and under)||$25|
MOUNTAIN BIKE rental
|RENTAL TYPE||SINGLE DAY|
|BIKE DAMAGE WAIVER||$30|
Bike park trail map
Once completed, our bike park will feature a mixture of 6 green, blue, and black trails covering more than 9 miles. Stay tuned to see how it all turns out!
Expand the tabs below for detailed information regarding our bike park.
Can I reserve a bike in advance?
We are not currently reserving bikes in advance. Bikes will be rented on a first-come, first-served basis.
How many trails do you have open?
We currently have one lift-service trail open: the Green Chile Flow Trail. We will continue to build trails to add to our new bike park.
What bike can I rent?
We have full suspension Rossignol mountain bikes from child to adult XL frame sizes. Please understand that bike sizes are in limited quantities and are rented on a first-come, first-served basis.
How long is the flow trail?
The Green Chile Flow Trail is 3.5 miles long.
What safety equipment can I rent?
We have helmets and various body armor available to rent. All safety gear is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Taos Summer Device Guidelines
- Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride, and unload.
- No motorized devices allowed. Class 1 E-Bikes (pedal assist) are acceptable.
- All bikes are required to have two hand brakes. Disc brakes are recommended.
- Full suspension bikes with 24” minimum tires are recommended.
- Bikes must be able to fit in the bike carrier to utilize the chairlift. Tires are restricted to 3.0” tire width.
- Adaptive equipment is allowed, as long as it is not motorized. Please email Ashley.email@example.com with questions.
- Mountain scooters, mountain boards, skateboards, hoverboards, tandem bikes, recumbent bikes, trailers on bikes and child bike seats are not allowed.
MOUNTAIN BIKER’S RESPONSIBILITY CODE
Mountain biking involves risk of serious injury or death. Your knowledge, decisions and actions contribute to your safety and that of others.
- Stay in control. You’re responsible for avoiding objects and people.
- Know your limits. Ride within your ability. Start small and work your way up.
- Protect yourself. Use an appropriate bike, helmet, and protective equipment.
- Inspect and maintain your equipment. Know your components and their operation prior to riding.
- Be lift smart. Know how to load, ride, and unload lifts safely. Ask if you need help.
- Inspect the trails and features. Conditions change constantly; plan and adjust your riding accordingly.
- Obey Signs and warnings: stay on marked trails only. Keep off closed trails and features. Ride in the direction indicated.
- Be visible. Do not stop where you obstruct a trail, feature, landing, or not visible.
- Look and yield to others. Look both ways and yield when entering or crossing a road or trail. When overtaking, use caution and yield to those ahead.
- Cooperate. If involved in or witness to an incident, identify yourself to staff.
Know and Follow the Code. It Is Your Responsibility.