Boyne Highlands Bike Park has Season Pass Offer, New Express Elevator for Bikers
HARBOR SPRINGS, MI – Whether you enjoy your two-wheeled cross-country trail adventures or more rugged ATV descents, Boyne Highlands Station has new features in store for cycling enthusiasts this year.
If you plan to visit the Highlands’ Bike Park regularly this summer and fall, discover the offer they offer on this season’s bike passes:
“Enjoy unlimited access to the ski lifts for the 2021 summer season for you and your bike at the reduced price of $ 139 when you buy online before April 30 at midnight. The price of the pass climbs to $ 159 on May 1, ”resort staff said.
Located just outside of Harbor Springs, the dozens of kilometers of cycle paths crisscrossing the 4,000 acres of this four-season resort have earned Boyne Highlands a spot among America’s Best Parks for the past four years. Last year he was ranked second in the Midwest by MTBParks.com.
Those who like its trails accessible by chairlift will be delighted when the park opens on May 28. The bike park will now be served by the rapid Heather Express lift – which is nearly three times faster than that used by MacGully cyclists in the past. The Heather Express can also hold two bikes per ride, compared to the MacGully’s single bike capacity. Faster mountain trips mean more time astride your bike.
“There is no better way to experience the fun of Boyne Highlands than from the seat of a bicycle. And with over 4,000 acres of land – and dozens of miles of trails – the exploration possibilities are almost endless for riders of all ages and skill levels, ”station staff said.
Want to keep your bike on the sidewalk? Bring your bike if you are invited or rent one from the Boyne Activity Center and cycle through the tree-lined neighborhoods that line the Highland golf courses.
For a map of Boyne Highland’s freeride and cross-country trails, check here.
Make your trip to Boyne Highlands an overnight stay? Check out their accommodation options here.
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