Ride Kanuga is a mountain bike trail center featuring beginner to advanced level trails. The trails are accessed by a climbing trail to the top where there are several descent options.
Our shop is open from Friday-Sunday from 10-5. The trails are open 7 days a week. Monday-Thursday passes must be purchased on our website.
There is not a shuttle available at Ride Kanuga. The park was designed to be a pedal park. Although there is not a shuttle, we do allow the use of e-bikes.
Yes, the trails are open 365 days of the year, rain or shine.
We have a menu of freshly prepared foods on site, with a variety of selections to enjoy lake side. We also have adult beverages, including local selections of craft brews, ciders and hard seltzers.
Yes, camping is allowed on site. There are several camp sites near the parking lot. There are also camp style cabins on site, which feature bunk beds with mattresses, hot showers and access to laundry services. All are trail side, ‘bike in and out.’ You can book through Kanuga Conference Center via this link: https://www.kanuga.org/our-programs/visits/
Ride Kanuga is a bike park for everyone. We have trails ranging from beginner level to pro lines. Our trail map shows you which trails are made for each skill level.
The trails are rated as follows: Green-beginner, Blue- intermediate, Black- advanced, Orange- freestyle
Yes, all mountain bike trails are directional and limited to bicycle use only. We do not allow hikers, horseback riders, or dogs on the trails. Riders are not permitted to go the wrong way on directional trails.
The trails were designed by Neko Mulally and built by the Ride Kanuga Trail Crew.
Yes, there are about 20 miles of hiking trails maintained by the Kanuga Conference Center. Visit Kanuga.org/trails for more info.
Passes can be obtained online or at the Adventure Center Friday-Sunday 10-5.
We have three types of passes: annual, monthly, and daily.
Annual members have unlimited access to the trails. It is good for a year from date of purchase.
The monthly also allows for unlimited access. It is good for 30 days from date of purchase and is automatically renewed each month if purchased online. It can be cancelled at any time and there are no refunds. If purchased on-site, it does not auto-renew.
Daily passes are available online and on site from Friday to Sunday 10-6.
No, but a waiver is required.
Spectating is only allowed during certain events*
No, we have an unlimited amount of passes available per day.
To change/cancel your monthly membership, check the email you received when you purchased the pass. In the email, there is a link to our site to edit your subscription. On the page, select ‘Hold’ or ‘Cancel’. It is up to the subscriber to cancel/change their membership. We do not offer refunds for subscriptions.
The park is open rain or shine, but if you’d like to change your pass to a different day, please inquire via email.
We do not offer family packages, student or military discounts. We do offer lower rates for those under 18. We also have a discount for riders in the cycling industry.
Yes, Ride Kanuga currently offers Trek Rail E-bikes and Specialized Levo SLs. Rentals are currently only available Friday to Sunday. They cannot be shared between guests.
Rental bikes are currently available Friday-Sunday and can be booked on our website. We encourage you to reserve the bikes as they book up quickly. The e-bikes are full-day rentals. If you want a battery change, the fee is $25. You are always welcome to charge the battery for free. Bicycles are to be returned at the end of each day by 5pm. They are not allowed to leave the property even if they are booked for multiple days. To pick up your bike, follow the signs to the Adventure Center, go to check-in, and they will assist you with the rest!
A mountain bike is suggested, but all bikes are welcome. Throttle bikes are not allowed in the park. One-Wheels are also allowed on the trails.
In order to get a full refund on rentals, you must cancel your reservation two days in advance.
We are 7 miles from Dupont State Forest, 17 miles from Pisgah National Forest, and 18 miles from the Riveter.
In the event of an emergency, call 911. The local EMS will be dispatched. Please provide as much information as possible including the type of incident, where you are located (trails, pavilion, lot, etc.).
The area offers many attractions such as outdoors activities, breweries, and lots of dining choices.
Whether you’re just visiting and want to rent a bike and ride for the day, want a monthly membership to train while you’re here on the off-season, or want to have full-access year-round, we’ve got the passes, and rentals to keep you fully equipped no matter your preference.