Beaver Creek Bike Trails
Beaver Creek does not offer extreme downhill mountain biking. Lift-served family riding
and cross-country riding is offered. Only bikes with hand braking systems are permitted
on Beaver Creek Mountain.
Biking trails are closed to hikers, except for multi-use trails. Distances listed are one way.
A lower-level intermediate single-track trail from either direction. Rose Pedal begins its
descent from Spruce Saddle and winds its way through pine trees in Rose Bowl™ and
down to Cinch; approx. 2 miles (3.2 km).
Bike down through groves of aspen and evergreens on this exciting single-track trail.
Geared toward expert riders; approx. 5 miles (8 km).
A challenging mountain bike single-track, which winds its way down the ski slopes and
through the aspens; approx. 1.5 miles (2.5 km).
*Some trails closed until July 1st due to elk calving. Please refer to on-mountain trail signage and observe all closures.
Multi-use trails are designated for hiking, biking and horseback riding.
Distances listed are one way.
This scenic trail is a wonderful beginner hiking path and intermediate mountain
biking trail through the trees and slopes of Beaver Creek’s lower mountain;
approx. 1 mile (1.6 km).
Arrowhead Mountain Trail™
With a great backcountry feel amongst the aspens and pines, this trail winds up
the Arrowhead valley eventually connecting with Primrose and Piece O’Cake Trail;
approx. 3.7 miles (6 km).
Bachelor Loop™, Bear Paw Loop™ & Ridge Rider Loop™
These multi-use trails are part of the Bachelor Gulch trail network. Enjoy scenic hikes
that start and finish in Bachelor Gulch.
Beaver Creek Recreation Path™
A paved recreation path adjacent to Village Road, which connects Avon
to Beaver Creek Village; approx. 2 miles (3.2km).
Beautiful views of Beaver Creek Valley and the Gore Range;
approx. 4.5 miles (7.2 km).
You’ll pass the Birds of Prey™ Express Lift and wind down along Beaver Creek
by Red Tail Camp; approx. 4.5 miles (7.2 km).
Piece O’ Cake and Primrose™
Offering hikers and bikers an easy and scenic route to the tops of Arrowhead,
Bachelor Gulch and Beaver Creek Mountains.
From Red Tail Camp, the trail heads across the western hillside, through meadows
and aspen groves into Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead. Opens on July 1;
approx. 3 miles (4.8 km).
A great link from the ridge top (Primrose) to Village-to-Village Trail;
approx. 1.8 miles (3.0 km).
Quiet multi-use trail connecting Beaver Creek Landing to Village-to-Village Trail;
approx. 2.4mi (3.9km).
An easy intermediate access route from the base of Chair #12 connecting with
Stack-It, Lost Buck Spur and Village-to-Village Trails; approx. 1.7 miles (2.8 km).
Lost Buck Spur™
An intermediate trail, this single-track trail passes through aspen glades,
then connects with Beaver Lake Trail; approx. .75 mile (1.2 km).
Beano’s Hill Climb™
This climb is a rough fire road to the top of Chair #11 and Larkspur Bowl;
approx. 2.85 miles (4.6 km).
PHQ Hill Climb™
This trail zigzags 1,240 vertical feet (378 m) from Spruce Saddle to Ski Patrol
Headquarters at the summit of the mountain; approx. 2.7 miles (4.3 km).
*Some trails closed until July 1st due to elk calving. Please refer to on-mountain trail signage