Mountain Biking

Mount Kato
Mountain Bike Trail System

OPEN FOR THE SEASON

Bike the trails at Mount Kato.
Open early May through October.
Over 7 miles of mountain bike trails for the novice to expert rider.
80% wooded single track.

TRAIL HOURS: Sunrise to Sunset


TRAIL FEES: Payment drop off available. 

Helmets are required on trails at all times

Daily Tickets

Daily Trail Passes are $5.00 Cash/Check or $5.25 PayPal.

The self-service kiosk can be found on the southeast corner for the chalet.
Please fill out the daily ticket, tear off the half that you did NOT fill out and keep it with you.
Put payment and the other stub of the ticket that you filled out in one of the provided envelopes and deposit it into the mail slot on the door to the right of the ticket kiosk.

Scan. Pay. Go.

No Cash? No Problem. Use Our New Payment Option There is a QR code posted in the Ticket Kiosk. Scan the code. Enter $5.25 and fill out the daily ticket, tear off the half that you did NOT fill out and keep it with you.
Put payment and the other stub of the ticket that you filled out in one of the provided envelopes and deposit it into the mail slot on the door to the right of the ticket kiosk.

Season Passes

Regular MTB Season Pass $130

 Listed prices do not include sales tax.
Hours and prices subject to change without notice.

Reduced MTB Season Pass $80

Winter Employees
Winter Season Pass Holders
Bike Shop Employees
High School Cycling Team Members & Coaches
Listed prices do not include sales tax.
To get a discounted price of $80 or $60, please stop into the Mount Kato Area Office Monday – Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm.

MAMB MTB Season Pass $60

Current MAMB Members
Listed prices do not include sales tax.
To get a discounted price of $80 or $60, please stop into the Mount Kato Area Office Monday – Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm

*Race Fees are completely separate from trail fees.

LEAVE NO TRACE PRINCIPLES

  1. Plan Ahead & Prepare
  2. Travel on Durable Surfaces
  3. Dispose of Waste Properly
  4. Leave What You Find
  5. Respect Wildlife
  6. Be Considerate of Other Visitors

 

CODE OF CONDUCT:

We want you to achieve maximum fun in your bicycling experience. To preserve both your own safety and the fragile environment, it’s important to follow certain guidelines.

  • Be aware that your safety is directly affected by your judgment.
  • Know your ability and ride within it.
  • When in doubt walk.
  • Approved bicycle helmets are required.
  • Eye protection, enclosed footwear and water are highly recommended.
  • Ride only on designated trails to avoid trampling. vegetation and minimize potential erosion.
  • Ride in control and be prepared to stop at any time.
  • Slow down if you do not have clear vision of the trail in front of you.
  • Portions of the trail may require vehicular traffic. It is not advisable to ride alone as our trails are not continuously patrolled or cleared at the end of the day.
  • Never ride under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • Smoking is strictly prohibited on trails.
  • Make your presence known and slow down when approaching or overtaking another rider.
  • Do not stop where you obstruct a trail or where you are not visible to other riders.
  • Pets are not permitted on trails.
  • Let your experience and ability determine your route and travel speed.