Save your energy for the ride down and catch a lift to the top Jug Mountain Ranch’s one of a kind shuttle! The service costs $15 for 4 hours or $5 per ride. Click to view the whole schedule – select weekends in June, July and August. Saturdays 2pm to 6pm and Sundays 10am to 2pm…
Join us for a trail work and ride party Saturday, May 31st! Jug Mountain Ranch in cooperation with CIMBA, IMBA and SWIMBA will be starting work on our mountain bike trails at 10am. Stick around for a group ride (all abilities welcome!) at 2:30pm followed by a social at The Clubhouse at 4:30pm. The social is free to all trail work volunteers and current or new members of CIMBA, IMBA or SWIMBA or $5 for non-members. Remember to bring a helmet and let’s get on the trails!
Did you know that Jug Mountain Ranch is now offering Clinics and Lessons for mountain biking through our partnership with Singletrack Sessions? We couldn’t be more excited to offer a full service mountain bike school that aims to enhance your riding experience by emphasizing the most basic fundamentals of riding a bicycle. Whether you’re a seasoned racer or a first time mountain biker we can help increase your confidence and make you a more independent rider.
September 27-29 will bring a brand new event to the McCall area. You won’t want to miss the Fall Fat Tire Festival…a celebration of all things mountain biking! Head down to Depot Park (next to Hotel McCall) for daily live music, local vendors, and more AND join one (or all!) of the group rides planned. This event highlights the amazing work our mountain biking community has done making our local trails some of the best in the Northwest!
The Wild Rockies Racing Series is back for a 5th year at Jug Mountain Ranch this Saturday and Sunday, June 22nd & 23rd! Jug Mountain Ranch offers the premiere single-track course in Central Idaho, where racers will compete to qualify for the National Championships later this year. Racers will ride a 13.5-mile loop, starting and finishing at the Clubhouse, that includes both single-track and double-track sections as well as some gnarly short climbs and descents.