Trail Report

Foothills and Meadow Trail access begins Memorial Day Weekend!

Meadows and Mountain Trails are now open!

Mountain Report

Catch a ride on our Tamarack Express chairlift to the top of the mountain. From here beginner riders can take a relaxing, scenic route down using a variety of trails, such as Tamarack Summit Trail and West Mountain Trail. Experienced riders can test their skills on more technical single track trails like Stage Fright and Exit Stage Right.

Lift access service is not available at this time but the Mountain Trails are open. Ride at your own risk.
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Foothills Report

Our Foothills Park offers 15 miles of single and double track where entire families can play together! Intermediate and advanced trails with table tops and rock drops weave through smooth easy beginner trails that offer a great introduction to riding, allowing groups of all interests and abilities to ride together.

Foothills Trails are open and ready to ride!
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Challenge & Jump Park Report

If catching air is your obsession, our jump park has it all! Learn to jump on our beginner series of table tops and progress to our larger gap jumps. Soar through the air on our expert jump line that has three monstrous gap jumps beginning with a 20 foot starting deck!

Park statuses

Challenge: Closed for the season.

Jump: Closed for the season.

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Skill Level:
Easy Easy
Intermediate Intermediate
Advanced Advanced

Mountain Trails

  • Open -  Pura Vida 
  • Open -  Los Azulejos 
  • Open -  Lupine 
  • Open -  Apollo 
  • Open -  Waltz 
  • Open -  Huckleberry 
  • Open -  Chocolate Face 
  • Open -  Le Mer De Fleurs 
  • Open -  Fireweed 
  • Open -  Super G 
  • Open -  Dirty Blonde 
  • Open -  Show - Low 
  • Open -  Low - Show - Low 
  • Open -  Hockey Mom 
  • Open -  Rock Star 
  • Open -  ESR 
  • Open -  Stage Fright 
  • Open -  The Hibernator 
  • Open -  SmokeJumper 
  • Open -  Pucker & Tuck 

Foothill Trails

  • Open -  Aspen Trail 
  • Open -  Square Loop 
  • Open -  Lodge Trail 
  • Open -  Pelican 
  • Open -  Cottage Trail 
  • Open -  Upper Blackbird 
  • Open -  Lower Blackbird 
  • Open -  Forest Trail 
  • Open -  Eagle Trail 
  • Open -  Lower Pinnacle 
  • Open -  Lower Creek Song 
  • Open -  Morel 
  • Open -  Buttercup 
  • Open -  Redtail 
  • Open -  Sandhill 
  • Open -  Upper Woodpecker 
  • Open -  Upper Creek Song 
  • Open -  Gemini 
  • Open -  Bluebird 
  • Open -  Merlin 
  • Open -  Culebra Loca 
  • Open -  Lone Tree Road 
  • Open -  Lower Woodpecker 
  • Open -  Bear Hair 
  • Open -  Tammy's Back 
  • Open -  Kestrel 
  • Open -  Wild Turkey 
  • Open -  Tammy's Grind 
  • Open -  Firebird 
  • Open -  Falcon 

Tamarack's Mountain Bike Ability Level Guide

To ensure the safest and most enjoyable experience while riding at Tamarack Resort, please read the following guidelines carefully. The technical rating is an indication of the mountain biking skill level required to ride the trail. Keep in mind that these ratings and guidelines are subjective and personal. The first time that you ride any trail, you should ride in a controlled fashion so that, when you approach a trail section or obstacle for which you are not prepared, you have the time and space to dismount.

Easy  Level 1 - Novice.

Most “beginner” mountain bikers will be able to ride the majority of the relatively easy trails. Basic mountain bike riding skills, including but not limited to braking, shifting, the ability to ascend and descend minor inclines and to avoid or negotiate minor obstacles, are required. These trails require a minor fitness level.

Intermediate  Level 2 - Intermediate.

Intermediate. Most “experienced” mountain bikers will be able to ride the majority of the trails. Intermediate mountain bike riding skills, including but not limited to feathered braking, shifting on-the-fly while ascending and descending moderate or loose inclines, and the ability to avoid or negotiate moderate obstacles and drops of 1-2 feet, are required. These trails require a moderate fitness level.

Advanced  Level 3 - Advanced.

Most highly experienced mountain bikers will be able to ride the majority of this more difficult trail. Advanced mountain bike riding skills, including but not limited to the ability to ascend and descend steep and loose inclines and to avoid or negotiate major obstacles and drops of 2-4 feet, are required. These trails require a high level of fitness.

Expert  Level 4 - Expert.

Only the most experienced mountain bikers will be able to ride the majority of this most difficult trail. Professional level mountain bike riding skills including but not limited to the ability to ascend and descend very steep and loose inclines and to avoid or negotiate major obstacles and drops of 6 feet or more, are required.

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*We strongly recommend that children 12 years and younger be accompanied by an adult at all times while riding at Tamarack Resort. Parents wishing their children to ride unsupervised by an adult must sign a form to that effect. Please ask the Activities Desk for this form.

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