Lifes Adventures

Mountain Biking-- Beaver Creek

Explore the trails, mountains and beauty of Beaver Creek by bike. Take Centenial Express up with your bike, have a picnic and enjoy a leisurely ride down. If you prefer, you can embark upon on the many exciting trails highlighted below!

Beginner Trails

Beaver Creek Recreation Path: 2 miles. A paved recreation path adjacent to Village Road which connects Avon to Beaver Creek Village.
Cinch: 4.5 miles. Beautiful views of Beaver Creek Valley and the Gore Range.
Dally: 4.5 miles. You will pass the Birds of Prey Express lift and wind down along Beaver Creek by Red Tail camp.
Piece-O-Cake and Primrose: Offering bikers an easy and scenic route to the tops of Arrowhead, Bachelor Gulch and Beaver Creek Mountains.
Village-to-Village Trail: 3 miles. From Red Tail Camp the trail heads across the western hillside, through meadows and aspen groves into Bachelor Gulch and Arrowhead.

Intermediate Trails

Allie’s Way: 1 mile. This scenic trail is a wonderful route that gently ascends through the trees and slopes of Beaver Creek’s lower mountain.
Arrowhead Mountain Trail: 3.7 miles. 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.
Rose Pedal: 2 miles. 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.
Daybreak Ridge: 1.8 miles. A great link from the ridge top (Primrose) to Village-to-Village Trail.
Elkhorn Trail: 2.4 miles. Quiet multi-use trail connecting Beaver Creek Landing to Village-to-Village Trail.
Lost Buck: 1.7 miles. An easy intermediate access route from the base of Chair #12 connecting with Stack-It, Lost Buck Spur and Village-to-Village Trails.
Lost Buck Spur: .75 miles. This single-track trail passes through aspen glades and then connects with Beaver Lake Trail.

Advanced Trails

Beano’s Hill Climb: 2.85 miles. This route contains fire roads and single-track to the top of Chair #11 and Larkspur Bowl.
PHQ Hill Climb: 2.7 miles. This trail zigzags 1,240 vertical feet from Spruce Saddle to Ski Patrol Headquarters at the summit of the mountain.
Stack-It: 1.5 miles. A challenging mountain bike single-track which winds its way down the ski slopes and through the aspens.


There are three-hourguided tours which are geared towards beginner and intermediate riders. Families are welcome. Pricing includes lift ticket and bike haul pass. Discounted mountain bike rental is available to all participants.
Regularly scheduled tours: $85 per adult
Tours run Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday
Private tour: $105 per adult
Private tours may be scheduled for any day of the week.
*A minimum of 2 people and 24 hr advance reservation is required for all tours.
For more information, please call the Beaver Creek Hiking Center at 970-754-5373.
Bike and equipment rentals are located at the base of the Centennial Express Chairlift. Hourly, half day and full day rentals are available.
Hours of operation: 9:00am- 4:00pm daily (last rental at 3:30pm).
For more information, call Beaver Creek Sports at (970) 754-6221

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