South Peak and Loon Mountain Resorts have a variety of terrain to mountain bike or hike through the blaze of color. Don’t get too distracted by the color and fall off your bike!
Loon’s 9 miles of downhill mountain bike trails provide a satisfying experience for both beginners and seasoned riders with various freeride, technical, and cross-country trails.
J. E. Henry Trail
1-mile family-friendly trail begins at the entrance of South Peak Resort and runs adjacent to the Pemi river. This leisurely route is lined with beautiful wildflowers and provides access to the Pemi River. Dog friendly on leash.
South Peak Escape Route
2.3 mile moderately challenging loop trail great for walking, hiking, skiing, and snowshoeing, and is open year-round.
East Ridge Trail
2.3 Mile circular trail near Lincoln, New Hampshire. Generally considered an easy route.
Serendipity Loop Trail
This easy 2.3 Mile loop trail near Lincoln, NH, is a popular trail for birding, hiking, and walking.
Cross-country skiing, & snowshoeing
A 2.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail along the Pemi River and used for hiking, running, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing and is accessible year-round. This route follows a section of road at South Peak Resort before breaking off onto and up Loon Mountain., follows a number of ski runs, and then descends back down to the road.
Pemi Base Camp & Lodge
Located in South Peak Resort and at Loon’s South Peak Mountain base, Pemigewasset Base Camp serves breakfast and lunch daily. Open 60 minutes before lift operations and until the last run, Domestic and imported beer and microbrews are available.
Pemi Base Camp Shuttle
South Peak’s Homeowner Shuttle is a private in-season shuttle to Loon Mountain’s Base Camp
Private Owner Trails & Lifts
Loon Mountain maintains ski-back trails for many South Peak residents with grooming, snowmaking, and chairlifts onto Loon Mountain.