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Winter Park Mountain Biking: Colorado

Mountain Biking in Winter Park, Colorado

Mountain Bike Destination Guide & GPX Files for Grand County, Colorado

Area includes:

  • Winter Park
  • Fraser
  • Granby

Winter Park, Fraser & Granby Mountain Bike GPX Files

On the map above, you can download any of the GPX routes that have been submitted to us. If you have a ride you'd like to share with us of this area or any other in Colorado, feel free to send them to the email address at the bottom of the page. Or, see the list of downloadable gpx routes here.

Winter Park, Colorado

Winter Park, Colorado, also known as Mountain Bike Capital USA (TM). You'll find anything within the 600 miles of cross-country trails, plus two downhill bike parks. From "mellow rides, heart-thumping epic singletrack adventures to gravity-fed adrenaline," Winter Park has something for everyone.

Goods and Services of Winter Park

Find local bike shops, food, breweries, places to stay, hospitals in Winter Park, Colorado. Goods and Services

Grand Mountain Bike Alliance

Non-Profit Organization MTB Club

The Grand Mountain Bike Alliance is a group of mountain bike enthusiasts with the goal of enhancing the mountain biking experience in the Fraser Valley. Grand Mountain Bike Alliance

Bike Parks of Winter Park

There are two amazing bike parks for you to challenge your skills. Granby Ranch and Trestle Bike Park offer any mountain biker some of the best downhill mountain biking trails in the west.

Granby Ranch

Located between Winter Park, Arapaho National Forest, and Rocky Mountain National Park, Granby Ranch offers everything from cross-country trails, downhill excitement and even family friendly bike trails. Both experts and beginners enjoy the offerings at Granby Ranch.

Trestle Bike Park

This is it, this is the bike park you've heard so much about. Trestle is "America's premier full-service bike park" and has something for everyone. The bike park features over 40 miles of trails that cater to all abilities and ages. Don't have a downhill bike or traveling and haven't brought your own? Never fear, Trestle offers the largest rental and demo fleet in the country! Consider visiting Trestle in July and witness the largest freeride festival where mountain bike athletes from around the world participate in the Colorado Freeride Festival.

Winter Park Mountain Bike Races

Winter Park, Colorado plays host to multiple races throughout the summer. Novices and seasoned racers alike are welcome to partake in the cross-country and downhill scene of the area.

  • 6/24/2017 Super Loop - Epic Singletrack Series
  • 7/8/2017 Race Rendezvous - Epic Singletrack Series
  • 7/22/2017 Colorado Epic XC - Epic Singletrack Series
  • 8/5/2017 Epic Point to Point - Epic Singletrack Series
  • 8/19/2017 Excel Roofing King of the Rockies - Epic Singletrack Series
  • Fat Biking in Winter Park

    Winter Park isn't just for summer adventures anymore! Winter fat biking is a rapidly growing sport and Winter Park has accommodated to this sport with hundreds of miles of snow-packed trails - all easily accessible from downtown. Check out where you can ride here.

    Winter Park MTB Rides

    From beginner riders to the advanced/expert riders, Winter Park offers over 600 miles of trails. See a Map Image of Winter Park Trails to help guide you through this massive network of mountain bike and multi-use trails.

    Trail Systems

  • Idlewild Trail System, More Difficult | 8.7 miles | +1,471 ft
  • Winter Park Northwest, More Difficult | 9.9 miles | +1,409 ft
  • Winter Park Southwest, More Difficult | 10.6 miles | +1,279 ft
  • Winter Park East Trail, Most Difficult | 17.2 miles | +2,906 ft
  • St. Louis Creek, Easy | 7.8 miles | +385 ft
  • Grand Park, Easiest | 4.3 miles | +230 ft
  • Grand Granby Ranch Loop, More Difficult | 10.8 miles | +1,620 ft
  • Granby Bike Path, More Difficult | 7.0 miles | +1,004 ft
  • Fraser West Trail, More Difficult | 18.9 miles | +1,939 ft
  • Elk Creek, Extremely Difficult | 19.5 miles | +3,712 ft
  • Fraser River Trail, Shorter, Family-Friendly Trail Easiest | 5.5 Miles | 772' Ascent
  • Givelo / Northwest, Excellent for new riders to mountain biking.
  • Serenity / Blue Sky / Ice Hill Loop, Intermediate to moderate Loop with some challenges.
  • Tipperary Creek, Race and course popular to many pro riders and amateurs.
  • Trestle Bike Park
  • Fraser & Granby

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