Race Details:

Presented By: Bear Creek Mountain Resort

Bear Creek Mountain Resort has over 7 miles of trails that are available to our hotel guests, Mountain Camp participants and Mountain Activity Pass holders.  This is where you will buy your Mountain Activity Pass.

We are happy to give the public access to our trails for hiking and biking as long as you have purchased the Mountain Activity Pass.  The main reason for the Mountain Activity Pass is for Bear Creek to secure an executed waiver.  The waiver is good for each calendar year.  So, passes are good from January 1 through December 31.

If you purchased a pass in 2020, that pass is now expired and you will need to purchase a 2021 pass prior to riding on our trails.


Bear Creek will create a plastic pass along with a parking permit that you can pick up at the hotel front desk.  Please allow a day or 2 from the time of purchase to pick up your pass.  You will need to have your pass on you when on our trails and your parking permit must be displayed on your car dash.

The purpose of the pass is to help us control the trail usage, know who's on our trails and to ensure that a waiver has been executed. Also, $1 of every entrance fee goes to Bucks for Bikes and the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Cycling League. (PICL).

Passes are non-transferable.

Hours - Dawn till Dusk, except on Friday when they close at 4 PM and Saturday at 2 PM.

As always, please stay on the marked trails and leave the trails better than you found them.  And of course practice safe physical distancing.

See you on the trails


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