Do I need a waiver to ride?

Yes. Everyone who rides the mountain MUST have a current year waiver on file. Anyone UNDER 18 will need a paper waiver filled out by a parent or legal court-appointed guardian and signed in front of a Highland Employee or a Notary Public.

For more information and to download the waiver, click here.

What are the rates?

Our pricing is as follows for our most popular products:

$46 for a Day Pass
$23 for a Junior Day Pass (12 and under)
$114 for a Three Ride Card
$429 for a Season Pass
$229 for a Junior Season Pass (12 and under)
$20 Non-Lift Access Pass
$5 Ayr Bag Pass add-on

For more details on rates, please visit our Rates and Hours page

What is the weather for this weekend?

For the most up-to-date coverage on the weather, please use our local weather channel WMUR.


Conditions are updated daily and live as needed. Please view our conditions page here


Spring Hours
Thursday & Friday 10:00am–5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 9:00am–5:00pm

Summer Hours — Open 7 Days a Week
Monday thru Thursday 10:00am–5:00pm
Friday 10:00am–7:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 9:00am–5:00pm

Fall Hours
Thursday & Friday 10:00am–5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 9:00am–5:00pm

Late Fall Hours
Thursday & Friday 10:00am–4:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 9:00am–4:00pm

More information, please visit our Rates and Hours page.

Lessons, Camps, and Find Your Rides™

Highland Camps does offer lessons and Find Your Ride™ every day that we are open. Private and Semi-Private lessons can be customized to the individual and group. Please reserve your Private or Semi-Private lesson in advance so we can ensure that we can adequately plan for it. 

As a premier training mountain, we offer the Find Your Ride™ program: an all-inclusive learn-to-ride program for people who are new to the sport or just new to lift-accessed mountain biking. This package comes with a one-hour Park Ready™ session with a coach, Park Ready™ rental bike, safety equipment, and a day pass.

We have camps for the youngest of shredders, beginning at age six. Highland Camps offers Kids Camps for half day or full day sessions. These are offered at least once a month on the weekends from May–October. You may reserve your spot online or at the Camps Desk.

Highland Camps offers two different Summer Camp options each week in the month of July. Summer Ride, grades 3–7 and Ayr Academy, grades 8–12. 

Rental Bikes

Highland Mountain Bike Park’s Bike Shop offers a wide variety of bikes for either two-hour demos or full-day rentals. We encourage everyone to book their rental online to ensure that you have a bike for your visit. Please visit our Rentals and Demos page for more details on how to book a bike. 

Is camping allowed on Highland property?

We do NOT have overnight facilities on our mountain. There are local hotels and campgrounds that offer discounts. See full list here

What local fun things are there to do?

The Lakes Region is filled with fun things to do year-round. Locally, here is a list of a few options in the surrounding area:

  • White Mountain National Forest
  • Squam Lakes Natural Science Center
  • Funspot
  • Weirs Beach
  • Pirates Cove Adventure Golf
  • Hour House Escape Room
  • Smitty’s Cinema
What is there to eat?

The Highland Pub offers freshly made sandwiches, salads, pizzas, breakfast foods, smoothies, beers, wines, and other assorted foods.

Do you offer package deals?

We do not offer package deals on rentals and day passes. We do offer the Find Your Ride™ program which is our first timer package.

How big is the mountain?

The mountain has approximately 600 vertical feet and approximately 15 miles of trails from beginner to expert levels. 

Do you have a lost and found? How do I get my lost items back?

Yes, we do have a lost and found that is located at the Highland Mountain Ticket Counter. If you have lost something, please contact the Ticket Counter and they will either keep an eye out for it or let you know it has been found and when you can retrieve it.

How do I purchase a Gift Card? Where can I use them?

You may purchase a gift card online or in person at Highland Mountain Bike Park. Gift cards are treated as cash. You may use gift cards to purchase anything at the mountain. Gift cards cannot be used to purchase merchandise or reserve lessons, bike rentals, etc. through our online store. Gift cards do not expire and can be used year after year and reloaded as needed.