Thank you to all our visitors to the bike park in 2023. That’s the season now finished. We look forward to seeing you in 2024!
Our Bike Park has been designed for beginner to advanced level riders, offering a range of flow style mountain biking trails. Our trails provide the perfect introduction to gravity mountain biking, and the ideal environment to progress your skills to the next level.
The Bike Park has three grades of flow trails; Green, Blue & Red:
Two 100m conveyors will take riders to the top of the Lower Zone, where riders can effortlessly access the green and lower blue trails, and enjoy the thrill of the downward descent. For those more experienced riders, the purpose built climb trails will take riders to the top of the upper blue and red trails.
Click below to view a PDF of our Bike Park trail map.
Buy your Bike Park tickets online or from our ticket office. Choose from Bike Park entry tickets only (using your own bike) or add on bike hire if required. Scroll down for our prices.
The bike park opens at 9:30am and closes at 4:30pm. You can choose from a half day or full day ticket and have the option of bike hire too.
|Bike Park Prices||Half Day Pass||Full Day Pass|
|Adult (16+ Yrs)||£16.00||£22.00|
|Youth (8 - 15 Yrs)||£9.00||£15.00|
|Child (4 - 7 Yrs)||£7.50||£10.00|
|Bike Hire Prices||Half Day Hire||Full Day Hire|
|Adult (16+ Yrs)||£28.00||£40.00|
|Youth (8 - 15 Yrs)||£16.00||£22.00|
|Child (4 - 7 Yrs)||£8.00||£15.00|
Half day hire is valid from 9:30am – 12:30pm or 1:30pm – 4:30pm.
The Cairngorms National Park is the largest in the UK and provides a stunning backdrop for cycling. If you’d like to explore more cycling routes outside of Cairngorm Mountain Bike Park you’ll find routes through ancient forests that are home to some of the most endangered species in the UK. The routes have been specifically designed to enable you to enjoy this special place, its nature and its hospitality, whilst taking care to protect everything that makes it so special.
Here are a few of the most common questions we are asked. If your question is not answered here please feel free to contact us.
Yes, provided your bike is well maintained, with functioning brakes, and suitable for the chosen trails. You can also hire our bikes.
Our bike patrollers will inspect the trails and weather conditions throughout the day, and will determine if the bike park is safe to open.
No. Due to the safety of all riders we do not allow dogs in the bike park.
No. The use of drones is not permitted at Cairngorm Mountain (including the bike park) without prior authorisation.
The trails are not suitable for bike trailers. We are currently reviewing the suitability of the trails for different types of bike seats. We will update on this in due course. Currently we can only allow for mountain bikes.
The trails are not suitable for wheelchair users as they are gravity style mountain biking trails. We are however, reviewing the suitability of the trails for different types of adaptive bikes. We will update on this in due course. Currently we can only allow for mountain bikes.
We are currently reviewing the suitability of the trails for the use of different types of adaptive bikes. We will update on this in due course. Currently we can only allow for mountain bikes.
We recommend a minimum of 4 years old as there is a requirement for the user to use a brake appropriately to control their speed. This is necessary due to the gradient of the trails.
Cairngorm Mountain Bike Park has been developed and set out for recreational use in terms of Section 6 (1) (e) (ii) of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003. While it is in use as a Bike Park, the right to use the newly built trails is limited to those paying to do so. Allowing unrestricted access to the bike trails within it would interfere with the use and safety of the Bike Park for paying customers. The revenue from the park is used to pay for the cost of the services provided which include trail maintenance, staff and first aid assistance.
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