There are a few great terrain parks for bikers around the county. They are built by people who live and love biking and they are a great way to advance your skills.
Frisco Bike Park
Frisco’s Park has awesome features of all sizes.
Keystone, Breckenridge, and Copper all have features for bikers on the harder trails. If you can handle an uphill hike or ride, Arapahoe Basin has some great new features and trails.
You’ll have to pay for a bike haul ticket at Keystone, Breck, and Copper. At A-Basin and the Frisco Bike Park, you’ll have to hike, but the features are free for everyone.
Keystone’s Bike Park
Keystone’s bike park is one of the best in the country!
If you don’t have a bike or protective gear, no problem. There are plenty of bike shops and rental outfitters ready to get you set up with the best gear to have a blast. Maybe even a lesson?
So how can I find the free trails all over the county?
Mountain bikers have a great community, and you can find them on social media talking about trail conditions. There is no website that compares to the MTB Project for planning a bike route. Trails are rated for difficulty, and tons of users keep current information coming for every trail in the county!