Mountain Biking

Overview

Grand Vue Park’s recently renovated mountain biking trails cover 21 miles of hilly terrain throughout the park with scenic stops along the way. The trail is marked with an orange diamond blaze system with a reflective border to aid night rides. Usually starting at the main office, riders start at the double track and ride to the Mountain Bike Trailhead. The course is technical in some areas and is geared towards intermediate and advanced riders. There is a hiking and biking friendly 4 mile double track for novice and beginner riders. More trails for beginners will be coming soon. All riders are encouraged to wear a helmet, you are riding at your own risk. Be sure to check out our schedule of events that include 5Ks, mountain bike group rides and races, trail walks, and volunteer trail maintenance days.

Rentals

Grand Vue Park is offering TREK Marlin 6s and X-Caliber 7s as rental bikes. Multiple sizes available. Call for sizing.

All rentals will include helmet and a keepsake Grand Vue Park water bottle.

Day

$60.00 per person (includes 8-hour timeslot).

Hourly

$25.00 per hour per person (up to 4 hours).

Guided Hiking Tour

Hikers will have a guided tour on Grand Vue Park’s mountain biking trails. The trails offer scenic views of the park and surrounding areas. Hike includes one set of binoculars.

Distance is based off of participants desired pace.

2 hour tour- $20.00 per person (2 hour tour).

Group Rides

Wednesdays at 6:00 PM
Saturdays at 11:00 AM

Meet at the Trail Center near the Main Office. Both group rides are self guided rides. Be sure to wear a helmet when utilizing the trails and always hydrate properly.

Multimedia

Maps

Download our Trail Map or visit MapWV.gov for the Grand Vue Park trail section on the West Virginia Trail Inventory. You can access the trail from your mobile device from this website.

Help Develop Our Trails

Check out our events calendar for information to volunteer for our monthly trail maintenance days. Volunteers will assist in development of man-made obstacles and building and maintaining sustainable mountain bike trails. Contact the Main Office at 304-845-9810 ext. 403 for more information.