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Whitefish Mountain Resort to Add New Bike Trails

Whitefish Mountain Resort to Add New Bike Trails

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WHITEFISH - Whitefish Mountain Resort is adding more awesomeness to its terrain, according to staffers.

This summer, the resort is adding five miles of trail for mountain bikers. That more than doubles the downhill experience.

Since 1947, Whitefish Mountain Resort has welcomed skiers and snowboarders seeking a mountain that is uncrowded, beautiful and affordable. When the snow melts, the resort becomes home to zip line tours, Montana's only alpine slide, an aerial adventure park and the unique Walk in the Treetops.

Work on the resort's five new trails began last October and resumed May 8. Officials said they are optimistic the mountain bike trails will be ready to ride by mid-summer.

For more information on summer activities at Whitefish Mountain Resort, click here.

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