Our park is designed to be best enjoyed on a long travel all-mountain/enduro mountain bike. While this is the best bike to use in the park across all trails, the park can be enjoyed safely on anything from a hardtail to a downhill race bike.
We offer a climbing trail to the midline of our trail network, providing access to 38 trails and a vertical descent of around 400m. Climbing beyond this point is not available. There is strictly no climbing or walking access on our shuttle road.
Maydena Bike Park offers a range of ticketing options, including; 1-Day Summit Uplift Passes, Multi-day Summit Uplift, Single Run Summit Uplifts, Climbing Passes (called the mountain pass) and our newest service the Lower Mountain Uplift allowing for tickets to be purchased on-site at a per run rate.
We endeavour to keep our park open in just about any conditions. Despite this, short closures will occur due to extreme weather and high fire danger. In the event of a cancellation, we will provide our guests with as much notice as possible. All affected guests will be offered a new booking or a refund.
Our hill is big, really big! Because of this, the absolute best way of experiencing our trails is via our uplift service. Our uplift will allow you to enjoy multiple laps of our many different trails.
Our shuttle road is leased to us by a private company and is used by a range of other service providers. Our lease conditions mandate that there is strictly no private vehicles to use our shuttle road.
Riders can climb to the midline of our descending trails for a $25/day fee, $50/day family pass, or an annual fee of $199.00 – this provides access to over 38 gravity trails.