Breckenridge, Colorado in near of scenic miles of biking and hiking paths, where folks can enjoy breathtaking views and exhilarating rides on the mountains. To learn more, keep reading!
Whether you’re new to the sport of mountain biking or regularly rip up the track, Breckenridge offers experiences perfect for anyone.
Choose from 11 blue and black mountain-bike specific trails.
- Swinger: The longest top-to-bottom trail on Peak 8, offering both singletrack and mountain roads.
- Klinko Falls: Rolling hills of both singletrack and mountain road. This is a connection trail between Peak 7 and 8 mountain roads Dwight’s and Swinger.
- Edge Trail: A short climb between Frosty’s and Swinger with great views of the valley, this singletrack is located on steep terrain.
- Breakaway: .A mid-mountain connection between Dwight’s and Swinter, this singletrack is gentle but on steep terrain.
- Lehman Trail: A rolling cross-country trail that leads to the Village at the base of Peak 9.
- Sawmill Creek: Follows the valley between Peak 8 and Peak 9. Take the mountain road or town trails back to base.
- Prospector Trail: A short, but steep singletrack that leads to a road and then takes you down to the Village at the base of Peak 9.
- Game Trail: Encounter seven different bridges on singletrack all the way to the bottom of Peak 8.
- Dwight’s: Starts right below the Vista Haus and offers banked corners and berms.
- Frosty’s Challenge: Steep terrain that leads you to the Lehman Trail.
- Wagon Trail: Steep and rocky terrain.
Hiking around Breckenridge offers an amazing variety of scenic beauty for all visitors to enjoy. From gentle, paved paths winding along the scenic Blue River to extreme hikes up the highest mountains in the area, Breckenridge offers hiking for everyone’s tastes and abilities. These trails are multi-use, so you may encounter other hikers, bikers, even horseback riders.
- The Watson Trailhead is located in the southwest end of the skier parking lot on Watson Avenue.
- Riverwalk Trailhead is located in the northeast corner of the Riverwalk Center parking lot (large white tent in the summer).
- Access the Snowflake Trailhead from the Snowflake Lift parking areas.
- The Illinois Creek Trailhead can be accessed from the parking lot of the Stephen C West Ice Arena, from the southeast corner.
- Carter Park Trailhead is located at the eastern end of the Carter Park parking lot.
- About 1,500 feet past the intersection of Airport and Valley Brook roads, look for the Iowa Hill Trailhead sign on your left. From the sign, follow the dirt road to the north (right) to a small parking area at the end.
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