WHAT PASS TO PICK?
LOWER MOUNTAIN UPLIFT
Our latest uplift service gives access to less elevation and is priced with beginners in mind. Purchased at a per run rate, with discounts for multi passes it offers a more cost-effective option whilst giving access to some of the best beginner to intermediate trails on the lower part of our mountain. As the Lower Mountain Uplift is purchased on-site per run this gives beginners the opportunity to do as many or as few runs as they want and you only pay for what you use.
WHAT PASS TO PICK?
Currently free*, this pass gives you access to our skills area at the base of our hill. It also includes for those wanting to climb and earn their turns, access to the entire climbing network.
WHAT BIKE SHOULD I RENT?
BIKES FOR BEGINNERS
Our Trek Roscoe range are easy to ride bikes that are perfectly suited to our lower mountain beginner and intermediate trails. These confidence inspiring bikes, feature dropper posts, front suspension and wide plus sized tyres and are a great stepping stone to our dual suspension fleet.
Please Note: Our Hardtail fleet is for use on the Lower Mountain Uplift and Climbing Trail network only.
Whether it’s an e-bike you’re after for enjoying both the climb and descent or an all out downhill bike we’ve got a full fleet of sizes and styles for every rider.
START WITH THE RIGHT SKILLS
DISCOVER MTB LESSONS
Our professional guides will help you nail the fundamentals on our new green flow trail network and take you for an unforgettable experience through the Tasmanian Wilderness. Utilising the Lower Mountain Uplift in this 2.5hr lesson our instructors will guide you around the park and teach you the fundamental skills of mountain biking; leaving you feeling confident and comfortable.
TRY MTB FOR THE FIRST TIME
DISCOVER MTB + BIKE DEAL
If your looking to try out Mountain Biking for the first time then look no further than our Discover MTB Lesson and Bike Hire deal. For $150 we will set you up on one of our Trek Roscoe hardtail MTB’s before our instructors take you for an unforgettable experience through the Tasmanian Wilderness and get you hooked on Mountain Biking for life.
WHAT TO RIDE?
Departing from our Lower Mountain Uplift trailhead our trail Dirt Surfer is the perfect introduction to mountain biking and our park. Featuring a mellow gradient and smooth flowing turns, it suits beginners perfectly. Once you feel confident on this trail there is plenty more to explore with trails such as Scandinavia and Colour Blind taking your riding to the next level.
SEE THE DIRT SURFER TRAIL
As a beginner what is the best bike to enjoy the park with?
If you are looking for a cost effective as first taste of Mountain Biking our Trek Roscoe Hardtails are perfect for beginners to learn the basics on our beginner and intermediate trails.
What does a Discover MTB Lesson include?
Lesson with our qualified and experienced instructors & Lower Mountain Uplifts during the session. With the the ability to add on bike hire for the session. Learn more here
What uplift ticketing options do you offer?
Maydena Bike Park offers a range of ticketing options, including; 1 Day Summit Uplift Passes, multi-day Summit Uplift Passes, Single Summit Uplift Passes and Lower Mountain Uplift Passes more details on the options can be found here
What are the benefits of an E-Bike?
E-Bikes allow you to climb further and with less effort. Not to mention they are also a lot of fun to climb uphill. Utilising our climbing network of trails you’ll have access to 400m+ of elevation and trails.
How long and hard is the climbing trail?
Our climbing trail extends from the base all the way to midline with the climbing trail meeting up with the descending trails at various junctions this gives you endless opportunities to create your own adventure.
I've never ridden a Mountain Bike before can I ride Maydena?
If you have some level of ability riding a bike on the road and are confident standing up on the pedals we have beginner trails to suit. Catching our Lower Mountain Uplift to ride Dirt Surfer is the perfect introduction to mountain biking.