We are closed for the 2020 season! 







Welcome to Bear Creek Fat Bike and Snow Shoe Park and Rentals!




Bear Creek is proud to offer:

  • 8 kilometers of pristine groomed trails
  • Fat bike rentals                                   
  • Snow Shoe Rentals                                                           
  • Full Espresso Bar                                                              
  • Lunch, snacks and beverages                                           
  • Beer, Wine and Cider                                                         
  • Access to Pearrygin Lake State Park Winter Trail System


Bear Creek Trail System! Map here.

Access Pearrygin Lake State Park Winter Trails from Bear Creek! Map here.

Lloyd Ranch Trail Network, North of Pearrygin Lake, Map here.

Bear Creek Conditions groomed and ready for you! Updates coming soon! -  Methow Fat Bike Grooming Report - coming soon!



Up to 2 hours $25
Up to 4 hours $35
Up to 8 hours (no overnight) $45
24 hrs (2nd day $45/3rd day $35) $55
Bear Creek Trail Pass - Fat Bike $10


Up to 2 hours $3
Up to 4 hours $4
Up to 8 hours (no overnight) $8


Up to 2 hours $15
Up to 4 hours $19
Up to 8 hours (no overnight) $24
Add'l Day $19
Bear Creek Trail Pass - Snowshoe $5


PLEASE NOTE: A Bear Creek Trail Pass is required to use the trails on our golf course property. Please stop by the Clubhouse to pay for your daily Bear Creek Trail Pass. Methow Trails Passes, Sno Park Passes and Discover Passes are not valid passes on our property.


Call in advance and reserve your rental equipment to make sure we have the right sizes for your next adventure. You can make reservations for multiple days, full days or half days.


Keep Off The Greens! As you enjoy the scenery surrounding Bear Creek, please note the rings of wooden stakes at different locations across the property. These mark the perimeter of the golf course greens and stepping on them(yes, even when there's snow!) will result in irrepairable damage! With this in mind, please, Keep Off The Greens!

No dogs are allowed on the premises.

Please check out the daily grooming report for current conditions. Trail access is subject to current weather conditions.

Yes, you can bring your own bikes! Purpose-built fat bikes only! All tires must be wider than 3.6 inches and have pressure less than 10 psi. No exceptions!!