Connects: Elk Camp Gondola, Elk Camp Lift, Animal Crackers Trail (Downhill Only), Connector Trail, Cross Mountain Trail, Discovery Trail (Snowmass), Expresso Trail, Government Trail, Powerline Trail, Sequel Trail, Tom Blake Trail, Valhalla Trail (Downhill Only), Vapor Trail (Downhill Only), Verde Trail (Downhill Only), Viking Trail (Downhill Only), Village Bound Trail, Elk Camp Overlook (11,340 ft)
Snowmass Village, CO – Bike Park
Snowmass Bike Park, formerly called Bike Snowmass, is a lift-serviced mountain bike park on the Snowmass Ski Area during the summer. Snowmass Bike Park offers the most vertical feet of any lift-serviced bike park in Colorado with 50 miles of trails for all skill levels. To access the Elk Camp Gondola and Elk Camp Lift a ticket must be purchased. Biking up the mountain is free. Bikes rentals and lessons are available.
Downhill Only Mountain Bike Trails Include:
Animal Crackers Trail – Hard – 1.9 Miles
Valhalla Trail – Medium – 3.4 Miles
Vapor Trail – Medium – 3 Miles
Verde Trail – Easy – 3.8 Miles
Viking Trail – Easy – 2.7 Miles
Uphill Only Mountain Bike Trails Include:
Discovery Trail (Snowmass) – Easy – 2 Miles
Cross-Country Trails Include:
Connector Trail – Medium – 1.1 Miles
Cross Mountain Trail – Medium – 2.2 Miles
Expresso Trail – Medium – 1.5 Miles
Government Trail – Medium – 9.8 Miles
Powerline Trail – Medium – 1.2 Miles
Sequel Trail – Medium – 0.6 Miles
Tom Blake Trail – Medium – 3.8 Miles
Village Bound Trail – Easy – 2.3 Miles
News about Snowmass Bike Park can be found at:
The Aspen Times (March 26, 2017) – Downhill mountain biking still on top in Snowmass plan
More information about Snowmass Bike Park can be found at:
Aspen Snowmass – Snowmass Bike Park Mountain Bike Trails
You are entering the Snowmass Ski Area Bicycle Trail System
ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!
Hazards you may encounter include downhill mountain bike park features such as jumps, ramps, bridges and berms. Additional hazards include other riders, hikers, machinery and large North American game animals such as elk, deer and bear.
Obey all signs and rules while using the system.
In case of emergency between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm call Snowmass Ranger dispatch at (970) 923-0531. After hours call 911. Helmets and protective equipment are strongly recommended. By entering the Snowmass bicycle trail system you accept all risk of physical harm and damage including paralysis and death.”