Telluride Bike Park

The newly designed Telluride Bike Park was open July 5-Oct. 13,2019. It will reopen in summer 2020 when weather permits. 

The Telluride Bike Park will be a unique lift-served experience via Lift 4 with a variety of interconnected trails (freeride, technical and cross-country). The park will serve riders with a range of abilities from never-evers to experts. 

The bike park will be served by the Village Express (Lift 4).

TICKETS & PASSES: 

Single-Day Mountain Bike Pass:
Single-day access to all XC, FREERIDE and TECHNICAL trails, and Village Express (Lift 4). $36/day, which includes a $1 donation to the National Forest Foundation.

Telluride Bike Park Season Pass:
For non-winter Season Passholders. Unlimited Mountain Bike Trail Season Pass with access to all XC, FREERIDE and TECHNICAL trails, and Village Express (Lift 4). $199, which includes a $25 donation to the NFF

For TSG Winter Season Passholders:*
Unlimited Mountain Bike Trail Season Pass with access to all XC, FREERIDE and TECHNICAL trails, and Village Express (Lift 4). $25 NFF Donation
*This option is for full winter season passholders only and does not apply to complimentary or multi-day passes from the previous winter.

XC Trail Season Pass:
Access to XC trails only (NO Bike Park, Freeride or Technical Trail, or Village Express (Lift 4) access). $25 NFF Donation

 

 

Telluride Bike Park Map


Some Rules

Stay on the trail as there aren’t any bike trails from St. Sophia Gondola Station down to the Town of Telluride. If you need to gain access to the Town of Telluride, load your bike on the back of a gondola cabin and take the free ride down. We also ask that you read and obey all trail signage as signs were erected to keep all trail users safe. The park is open until sunset every day during the summer months (mid-June to mid-October). Sorry, no dogs or hikers are allowed in the park.


Difficult Trails

Expect a 24-inch wide trail, moderate slopes, and unavoidable obstacles less than six inches tall consisting of gravel, rocks and roots. Avoidable obstacles present.

 

No-Brainer Trail 1.5 miles

This single blue, 1.5-mile trail runs from the top of the Bike Park to the bottom. Expect smooth, rolling, curvy cruising and moderate slopes.

More Difficult Trails

Expect a 12-inch wide trail, moderate slopes, and unavoidable obstacles less than six inches tall consisting of gravel, rocks and roots. Avoidable obstacles up to 24 inches tall present.

 

T-Bone Trail 0.3 miles

This double blue, singletrack trail cuts off from the No-Brainer Trail, reconnecting after 0.3 miles with weaving turns through the trees and moderate slopes.

Advanced Trails

Expect a 12-inch wide trail, steep slopes, and unavoidable obstacles up to 12 inches tall. Avoidable man-made features up to 30 inches tall present.

 

Cocoa Loco Trail 0.1 miles

This blue and black singletrack forks off the T-Bone Trail, reconnecting after 0.1 miles, and includes several wooden features, tight tree lines, and steep slopes.

Most Difficult Trails

Expect a 12-inch wide trail, steep slopes, and unavoidable obstacles less than 24 inches tall consisting of roots, stumps, rocks and loose gravel. Avoidable obstacles up to 36 inches tall present.

 

Gold Rush Trail 0.75 miles

This 0.75 mile black, singletrack trail forks off the No-Brainer Trail 0.3 miles from the Bike Park entrance. Riders will encounter multiple trail routes with small jumps, drops, rock gardens and steep slopes as the course weaves through aspen grove.

 

 Pan-Coaster Trail 0.5 miles

This 0.5-mile black, singletrack begins next to the road gap adjacent to the World Cup Trail. Pan-Coaster features numerous berms and jumps flowing in and out of the trees and steep slopes. Watch local Trevor Martin propel down Pan-Coaster.

Expert Only Trails

Expect a 12-inch or less wide trail, very steep slopes, and unavoidable obstacles of up to 10 feet tall consisting of log jams, steep drops, jumps and berms.

 

World Cup Trail 0.75 miles

This double black, rocky singletrack forks off the Gold Rush Trail 0.4 miles from the Bike Park entrance, and stretches 0.75 miles long with very steep slopes. Watch local Trevor Martin master the World Cup.