Mountain Bike Trails
Bryce Bike Park
Just 45 min North of Harrisonburg is Bryce Bike Park, a fantastic riding destination for mountain bikers of ever skill level. From smooth single-track to wall rides and road gaps Bryce has something for everyone. They are always creating new trails and are a large part of the valley mountain biking community.
Bryce also offers mountain biking skills clinics through TakeAim Cycling for all skill levels. Whether you schedule a day of awesome riding or level up your mountain skills with a private skills clinic, Bryce has something for everyone.
*Full-Suspension and Full-Face Helmets Recommended.
Massanutten bike Park
Located 30 min Southeast of Harrisonburg, Massanutten Bike Park offers riders a great selection of trails to choose from.
While some of the more advanced trails are closed for the year due to trailwork, we are looking forward to the faster lifts and the new trails that we will see sometime next year.
George Washington National Forest
Located along the western border of Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley, The George Washington National Forest offers miles of untamed wilderness and riding potential. With some of the best riding on the East Coast, this is an area you don't want to miss. Stokesville, VA is the main base for the area and the Stokesville Campground is a great place to stay while you are here.
We partner with locally owned/operated TakeAimCycling who are a permitted USDA Forest Service Guides and Shuttle here in the Shenandoah Valley. Whether you just want a shuttle to the top of the mountain or a guided trip on one of their pre-planned routes, TakeAimCycling has you covered.
Trail, road, and gravel routes
Groups and individuals
Adaptive needs riders
Beginner to expert levels
Open and private shuttles
The Massanutten Western Slope offers over 32 miles of trail on more than 800 mountainous acres, great for mountain biking and trail running. Much of the trail system was built and is maintained by the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition.
You MUST have a Massanutten Trail Pass to access it, and all cars at the parking lot must display their pass. Daily or Annual passes can be purchased online through the Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition.
- Riders must have a Gold Card or a Blue ID Card.
- Riding on Massanutten property without a valid Gold Card or Blue ID Card is trespassing.
- For information on obtaining a pass, go to: Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition.
Read before you ride
- Massanutten Trail Rules
- IMBA Rules of the Trail
- Shenandoah Valley Bicycle Coalition
- Western Slope Trail Map
About the Western Slopes
Public-Private Partnership: 100% of trail pass fees go to support the Coalition, which builds, maintains, and expands this premier trail system. All annual pass holders are given the opportunity to choose between paying for a pass and donating at least eight hours of trail work to building these beautiful trails. However you obtain it, you WANT a pass, as it builds and sustains your riding trails.
Location: The Western Slope Property is private property that is owned by Massanutten Resort and sits just outside of Keezletown about 7 miles from Downtown Harrisonburg.
Season: January 15th through November 1st, the slopes are open for pass holders every day. In respect to regional hunters, from November 1st to Jaunuary 15th, the slopes are closed every day except Sunday.