Yes! (as snow levels allow) Apache peak will be open this season with Geronimo (Lift 5) servicing the mountain. Cyclone Circle will be open this season with snow cat shuttles. The Cyclone Day Lodge, Fort Apache (Lift 4), and snowcat shuttles will be open Friday through Sunday (and holidays: Jan. 17, Feb. 21). Hours and info for all dining at Sunrise is available at the link below:
Yes, you can ride your own ski bike if you meet the following two requirements:
- Ski bike riders visiting Sunrise require a safety certification by the ski bike staff prior to loading the lifts, regardless of their experience or personal equipment to ensure the safety of themselves and other visitors.
- Your bike has to be inspected by the ski bike staff to ensure it has the proper safety features.
Ski biking (also known as Skibobbing) is a bicycle-like frame with skis instead of wheels. Ski bike rentals and lessons are available at the base of Sunrise mountain. First-time ski bike riders at Sunrise require a safety certification by the ski bike staff prior to loading the lifts, regardless of their experience or personal equipment to ensure the safety of themselves and other visitors.
No, you would be going against the direction of traffic. To access our downhill trails you will need to purchase a lift ticket or season pass.
Our equipment rentals are first come, first serve. We do not take reservations at this time.
Yes! We are proud to offer our guests safe and professional equipment from Kona including bikes, helmets and pads.
We have 18 mountain biking trails that rage from green (beginner) to double black diamond (extreme). There is also a new green trail from the peak opening late summer 2022.
Guests must weigh between 70-230 lbs to ride the zip line