It depends on what you’re looking for. Most people want a mountain bike trail pass, which will cost you between $15 and $30. You may also want to consider buying a membership: some passes are good for unlimited use of bikes or even the entire course, where others let you use one bike per day.
You may also want an all-access pass with road access too. The most expensive of these is usually $40 or more but they give you the best bang for your buck and fully outclass any other type of pass in terms of convenience and value. The access fee for using the course will be another $5-20.
Parking is free no matter what pass you get. Most passes are valid for a full year, however, while others are only valid between specific months. Check the details before you buy.
Pass prices may vary depending on your age and where you bought them, so it’s best to check around or talk to someone at the park office if you don’t find what you’re looking for here.
Most of these sites also sell season passes that offer even better value: they can save up to 40% over individual day passes and they include extras like free return entrance backpacks or free tickets to other attractions nearby.
For example, if you buy a high season pass and then only use it once a month, you’ll be saving 95% over buying individual day passes: a per-day cost of $5.20 instead of $20. That’s not to say that’s what people actually do however …
Priority Access Pass: (limited)
Prices may vary depending on where you buy it from. This pass is very similar to the ones above but free admission is only valid during the first three days of the season . You can learn more at www.tassiebiking.com/admission/pricing/.