Camp Referral Rewards Program

We want to thank you for telling the Highland Camps story and helping encourage others to become part of the experience. Refer a NEW camper to Ayr Academy or Summer Ride and receive a Highland Gift Card upon their registration! Rewards: Ayr Academy = $100 Highland Gift Card Summer Ride (overnight 3 & 5 day) = $50 Highland Gift Card Summer Ride (day only 3 & 5 day) = $25 Highland Gift Card Please fill out and submit form via upload to your parent dashboard online, email to camps@highlandmountain.com, fax to 603.286.2882 or mail to Highland Mountain 75 Skill Hill Drive Northfield, NH 03276 Camp Referral Form (click here) Terms and Conditions: You must be registered for Ayr Academy or Summer Ride to receive the Highland Gift Card Campers will receive the card on their first day of camp To qualify as new camper he/she cannot have attended Ayr Academy or Summer Ride in…

2017 Demo Bikes on Sale Now!

SWEET DEALS ON 2017 DEMO BIKES BELOW Any questions, please contact the Bike Shop at (603)286–7677 or outside of shop hours email bikeshop@highlandmountain.com Shop Hours: Wednesday–Sunday 10:00am to 4:00pm     Transition Patrol Available Sizes: X-Large  

RECAP | Brodown Showdown 2017

Thank you to everyone who came out to participate and spectate in the 2017 Brodown Showdown! This year we added to our traditional dirt jump jam with a Tombstone Whip-Off and a slopestyle jam — Ayr Bag and Freebird sessions. Our sponsors of the Brodown, Oskar Blues Brewery, Profile Racing, Rye Airfield and CLIF, hooked us up with some great prizing for participants.

Women’s Gravity Weekender 2017

Women’s Gravity Weekender 2017

Saturday, May 13th–Sunday, May 14th Saturday was an especially exciting day at the park as female riders from as far away as Michigan arrived for the annual Women’s Gravity Weekender event. This year saw record numbers and even more progression. The day started out in the Park Ready Zone and ended with massive lady trains down trail favorites such as Cat’s Paw, Happy Hour, and Fancy Feast. Giggles resonated throughout the woods as women shared their family’s reactions to their choice of Mother’s Day activity. The positive energy was contagious and only continued to build as riders worked through rock gardens, drops, and jumps. The freshly built Freedom Trail provided the perfect introduction to downhill as many of the women were experiencing chairlift assisted downhill for the first time. As riders gained confidence they were able to explore the rest of the mountain guided by Highland’s top female coaches. With…