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Western Slope Trails

Learn About Western Slope Trail Planning

About the Western Slope

Massanutten Western Slope offers over 32 miles of trail on over 800 mountainous acres, which is great for mountain biking and trail running. Much of the trail system was built and is maintained by the Coalition. 

You MUST have a Massanutten Trail Pass to access the Western Slope, and all cars at the parking lot must display their pass. A signed digital waiver is also required.

Public-Private Partnership
100% of trail pass fees go to support the Coalition, which builds, maintains, and expands this premier trail system. All annual pass holders are given the opportunity to choose between paying for a pass and donating at least eight hours of trail work to building these beautiful trails. However you obtain it, you WANT a pass, as it builds and sustains your riding trails.

The Western Slope Property is private property that is owned by Massanutten Resort and sits just outside of Keezletown about 7 miles from Downtown Harrisonburg.

Early January through roughly November 1st; the slopes are open for pass holders every day. For respect to regional hunters, from (approximately) November 1st to January 5th, the Western slope is closed every day except Sunday. *These dates change annually based on Virginia Hunting seasons.

Visit the Massanutten Resort
In addition to the Western Slope Property and associated trails system, Massanutten Resort offers a downhill bike park operating all summer long.

What You Need

The following items are required in order to use the Western Slope Trails.

Join the Coalition and we'll mail you an Annual Trail Pass.
Day passes are available to online, for same-day access.


Looking for online resources for Massanutten Trail Maps? Check out MTBproject and Open Cycle Maps. You can also download the map.

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