- Steamboat Springs
- Aerobic Difficulty:
- Easy, Moderate, Advanced
- Time To Allow:
- 1+ hours
- Trailhead Elevation:
- 6900 feet
Steamboat Springs Resort is a mountain bikers' paradise in the summer months. Many of the trails here can be accessed by riding uphill without a lift pass. There are a few trails in Steamboat Springs Resort that area are downhill traffic only and riders should take a good look at a trail map before ending up in the wrong place.
Steamboat Springs Resort’s seventeen biking trails range from beginner to expert in difficulty, featuring anything from smooth roadway to trails with advanced features including jumps and ramps. There are challenging uphill trails that begin at the top of the gondola and access the continental divide for riders looking to get in an aerobic challenge and easy downhills that require no uphill what so ever.
Steamboat Springs Resort is an excellent place for groups of mixed ability levels to all enjoy a mountain biking experience together.
Variety of trail options
Time To Allow:
One-ride gondola tickets. Purchase for each ride
High elevation riding
Riders on Steamboat Springs Resort trails may see other users including trail runners, hikers and horseback riders along the way. Riders should follow right of way protocol when meeting other groups. In addition, the Creekside Trail is a one way downhill only trail! Steamboat Springs trails are located at high elevation and can experience sudden weather shifts, so riders should bring appropriate warm layers in anticipation of this. In addition, riders should be prepared with a stocked repair kit, first aid kit and extra food and water.
From Steamboat Springs town follow signs to Steamboat Springs Resort. Start at gondola square.