Holiday Valley Mountain Biking

Holiday Valley has bike trails and bike rentals for the whole family to ride together. Our new TREK mountain bikes, e-bikes and townies are available daily for rent at the Sky High Bike Shop inside the Tannenbaum Lodge. The trails traverse the Holiday Valley ski slopes offering beginner and intermediate cross country riding, and a direct connection to the 35 miles of fantastic cross country trails in McCarty State Forest located along our southern border. 

Lift Serviced Mountain Biking

Load your bike on the Spruce Lake chairlift to ride the trails at the top of the mountain. Available Saturdays and Sundays from June 17 through October 15, 11AM to 5PM. (last lift load is 4:30PM). Your bike must weigh less than 60lbs to put it on the lift. Minimum bike size on chairlift is 24”.



Your Own Bike All day 11AM-5PM $30
TREK Roscoe Hard Tail Rental All day 11AM-5PM $60 includes one lift ride
TREK Roscoe Hard Tail Rental  All day (Saturday & Sunday) 11AM-5PM $75 includes all day lift access

TREK e-Bike & Pedal Bike Rentals

e-bike logoExplore the area’s scenic beauty on a TREK bike from Holiday Valley. We have a new fleet of TREK e-Bikes including full suspension Rails, e-Bike Townies plus regular pedal Roscoe hard tails and kids bikes. Rentals are available 9AM to 3PM daily. 

TREK e-Bike Rail 5 2 hours between 9AM - 3PM $80
TREK e-Bike Rail 5 3 hours between 9AM - 3PM $100
  Additional hours $20 per hour
TREK e-Bike Townie Cruiser 2 hours $80
TREK e-Bike Townie Cruiser 3 hours $100
  Additional hours $20 per hour
TREK Roscoe Hard Tail All day  $60 includes one lift ride*
TREK Roscoe Hard Tail All day with lift pass (Saturday & Sunday only) $75 includes all day lift access*
TREK Townie Go! Cruiser All day $60
20" Kids bike All day $40 (lift pass not available)
24" Kids Bike All day $40 / $55 with lift pass

Holiday Valley’s TREK e-Bikes are pedal assist, meaning that you still have to pedal, but the bike will give you extra power. You can choose the amount of extra power you need to zip up the hills and cruise over tough terrain in eco, tour, EMTB or turbo mode settings. e-Bikes are a great way for riders of all abilities to climb and cruise together! 

e-Bike renters must be age 16 or older. Rentals include a helmet and trail map showing the designated trails where e-biking is permitted. Holiday Valley e-Bikes are not permitted on the chairlift. If you have your own e-Bike, it must weigh less than 60lbs to put it on the lift. 

Cruiser bikes are also available at the Inn at Holiday Valley for the same rates. Call (716) 699-2345

E-Bike FAQ's

Holiday Valley Mountain Bike Trails

To ride up the mountain, the 4-5 mile MB1 starts at Sky High, heads down to the Holiday Valley Training Center then climbs gradually to the top of Cindy's. With fun ridgeline trails on MB2, to loamy switchbacks down Yodeler and Chute on MB3 you'll be sure to find plenty of trails for most all riders. A new easier trail, MB4, takes you from Spruce Lake down through the pines of Tannenbaum back to Sky High. At the top of Eagle or Tannenbaum you can venture out across the logging roads south of the Valley and on to the 35+ miles of WNYMBA trails in McCarty Hill State Forest. 

An excellent map of mountain biking in the area has been prepared by WNYMBA. Copies are available at Sky High Bike Rentals and at the Ellicottville Bike and Bean in Ellicottville for $10. Proceeds benefit WNYMBA and their trail building projects. Ellicottville Bike Shop. 11 Martha St, Ellicottville, (716) 699-BIKE

Mountain Bike Trail Map Summer 2021

Mountain Biking Safety

Please remember these common sense rules...wear a helmet and ride with a friend. The trails are not regularly patrolled; you are responsible for your own safety. In case of an emergency call 716-699-2345. Please note for the safety of riders and others at the resort, bikes must be walked in the Sky High base area and are not permitted on the golf course. The Sky High base area is roped off and signage is posted. 

Your Responsibility Code

1. Stay in control

2. Riders in front of you have the right of way.

3. Don’t stop in the middle of the trail.

4. Look before merging onto a trail.

5. Learn how to operate your pedal or e-Bike before you start on the trails.


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