On July 14th, Powder Mountain in Eden, Utah will have lift-serviced mountain biking for the first time ever. Back in February, Powder Mountain announced that they will be offering lift-service mountain biking on the Hidden Lake Express Lift. During the summer, Powder Mountain is changing its name to Dirt Mountain to reflect the changing environment. This summer will have two flow trails open to guests, which will be of beginner and intermediate difficulty. They are aiming to add two to three new trails each summer, with their full buildout containing twelve or more trails. Meanwhile, the multi-use trails remain free to the public, and are open seven days a week. The mountain biking park will be open on Thursday-Sunday. They will be open on Thursdays from 10 a.m.-8 p.m., and their hours for the other days is 10a.m.-5 p.m. Season passes are $400, and day tickets are $40.
Recently, Dirt Mountain released their new trail maps to their mountain biking network. Many of the trails that are listed are not yet open, and will be added in the coming years.
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