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Two Wheels Is The Best Way To Take In The Beauty
Telluride Bike Park is a completely unique lift-served experience with a variety of interconnected trails (freeride, technical and cross-country), camps and guides for all abilities from beginners and never-evers to experts.
Biking around Mountain Village is an outdoor marvel, bar none. For that reason, our destination wins more and more accolades every year for its varied terrain and exquisite backdrop. In terms of access, most of our trails may be reached via the gondola at San Sophia Station, and every cabin comes equipped with bike racks. If you need to rent or purchase a bike or bike equipment, visit one of our
local retail sports shops in Mountain Village Center.
To keep our residents and guest safe, we hope you take some time to review the Mountain Village hiking and
biking trail map, and read the below bicycle safety requirements, the cyclist’s code of responsibility and our mountain activity safety guidelines. Please also be aware of our new dismount zone in Village Center, which went into effect on June 15, 2019.
All bicycles must maintain control of their speed and course at all times.
It is the rider's responsibility to avoid pedestrians, other riders and objects.
Bikers must dismount in the Village Center. Please see our
dismount zone map before riding through our plazas.
Boulevard Trail 2.5 miles
From Lost Creek Lane near Mountain Village Center, this easy 2.5-mile trail begins on a paved surface and continues to Market Plaza. Once at Market Plaza, the paved trail becomes a natural surface trail and continues west towards Highway 145 and the entrance to the Town of Mountain Village. Watch for signage and pedestrian crossings.
Russell Trail 1 mile
From the intersection of Adams Ranch Road and Russell Drive, this easy 1-mile trail begins on the shoulder. The trail continues below Russell Drive onto a dirt surface and connects with the Meadows neighborhood.
Big Billie’s Trail 0.5 miles
Beginning on the south side of Country Club Drive in Mountain Village, this refreshing 0.5-mile trail winds down 200 feet and ends at Big Billie’s Apartments in the Meadows neighborhood.
Boomerang Trail 2 miles
From Prospect Trail or Basin Trail, this trail follows a historic U.S. Forest Service dirt road approximately two miles to scenic
Alta Lakes and the historic mining town of Alta. Vehicles may be encountered.
Coonskin Trail Loop 1.3 mile loop
Beginning and ending at San Sophia Station and with an elevation change of 170 feet, this dirt ski service road is a short 1.3-mile loop starting from and returning to San Sophia Station. It crosses over Telluride Trail, Lookout and Milk Run ski trails and serves as bike access for the See Forever Trail.
Jurassic Trail 1 mile
This scenic 1-mile trail begins on the north side of Country Club Drive in Mountain Village and to the left of the Boomerang Trailhead (see below), then follows the ridge west and 300 feet down into the Meadows neighborhood.
Meadows Trail 1 mile
Starting in the Meadows neighborhood in Mountain Village, just up the road from where Adams Ranch Road crosses Prospect Creek and 0.5 miles west of Big Billie’s Apartments, this 1-mile trail drops 200 feet to the Lawson Hill neighborhood and Highway 145.
Village Trail 3 miles
From San Sophia Station, this rolling 3-mile descent crosses several ski trails with great views to the west while traversing through aspen and spruce-dominated drainages. After crossing Prospect Creek Drive, this trail descends into a creek bottom, crossing the wetland on a boardwalk, and then continues down and connects with the Boulevard Trail, providing access to Market Plaza and Mountain Village Center.
Basin Trail 6 miles
Beginning at San Sophia Station, this trail forks with the Sheridan Trail and continues left, past the snowmaking storage ponds and gate, for 6 miles on a dirt ski service road. There are 2,240 feet of steep climbs and descents past the top of Lift 5, the bottom of Lift 14, past Lift 12 and down through the ski area to connect with Prospect Trail. Vehicles may be encountered.
Boomerang Trail to Valley Floor 1 mile
Beginning on the north side of Country Club Drive in Mountain Village and to the right of the Jurassic Trailhead (see above), this steep 1 mile abandoned mining road descends through the Uncompahgre National Forest to the Valley Floor below. Expect a 700-foot elevation change.
Prospect Trail 10 miles
Ten miles in length and the longest single-track on the ski area, this trail begins at San Sophia Station and traverses across numerous ski trails under Lifts 4 and 5 and into Prospect Creek. After crossing Prospect Creek, the trail climbs through dense forest to the top of Lift 10. This trail then continues two ways: either along the upper loop through Prospect Basin or a shortcut past the teepee and the top of Lift 10 before the descent begins to Station Village Parking and Town Hall Plaza. For a longer hike or bike, Prospect Trail also connects with the Boomerang Trail which leads to
See Forever Trail 2.8 miles or 8.3 miles
The hiking-only portion of this trail starts 0.2 miles south of San Sophia Station. For bikers, the access point to the See Forever Trail is from San Sophia Station via the Coonskin Loop Trail. Steep and strenuous, this dirt ski service road climbs along the ridgeline 1,710 feet in 2.8 miles to the Wasatch Connection Trailhead. Vehicles may be encountered. With 360 degree views of surrounding mountain ranges and peaks, this trail is often combined with the Wasatch Connection to the Wasatch Trail to form an all-day, 8.3-mile, 3,510-foot steep descent onto Bear Creek Trail, leading into the
Town of Telluride.
Sheridan Trail 2 miles
This 2-mile trail begins at San Sophia Station and continues to the right, where the trail forks near the top of Lift 4. It then follows a dirt ski service road to the winding, steep and paved San Joaquin Road, 1 mile from Mountain Village Boulevard. Vehicles may be encountered.
Wasatch Connection 1.4 miles
This steep and rocky 1.4-mile trail connects the See Forever Trail to the Wasatch Trail that leads to the Bear Creek Trail. The Wasatch Connection drops off the back side of Gold Hill. Combine these trails for an arduous, day-long adventure.