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Dillon Biking

Dillon, CO bike trails come equipped with some of the best view of Summit County, CO. Complete with a backdrop of Lake Dillon, no matter if your thirsty for dirt trails or a relaxing road biking spin around the water, Dillon is perfect for a day on the bike. The following interactive bike map showcases all biking trails and paths throughout Dillon, CO.

Check out mountain biking trails throughout the Summit County, CO broken out by difficulty: easy mountain biking trailsadvanced mountain biking trailsexpert mountain biking trails.

Click the arrows or the markers on the map (double-click to zoom in) to see videos, photos, maps and descriptions of the top trails in Dillon, CO.

Keystone Bike Guide: Snake River Rec Path (video)

June 20, 2017 — SUMMIT COUNTY — Take our word for it: You don't have to dodge cars and semis on U.S. Highway 6 to get from Keystone to Lake Dillon and back again. There's a recpath for that. Found on the banks of the stunning Snake River, the […]

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Dillon Colorado Bike Guide: Oro Grande Trail (video)

May 25, 2017 — SUMMIT COUNTY — Known as one of the first local mountain biking trails ready to ride in May, the Oro Grande Trail is a solid early-season riding option for anyone who just needs to pedal after a long, snowy winter. Following an aspen-covered hillside above […]

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Summit County Bike Guide: Lake Dillon scenic rec path

August 15, 2016 — SUMMIT COUNTY — Following a combination of paved trails and roads, the Lake Dillon scenic bike route runs along shorelines, through towns and past marinas on the north end of the lake before taking riders on a challenging trip up Swan Mountain Road. Riders can […]

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Summit County Bike Guide: Ten Mile Rec Path (video)

August 15, 2016 — SUMMIT COUNTY — One of the most popular rec paths in Summit County cruises within a few hundred feet of Interstate 70 for nearly 8 miles. And you'd hardly ever know. The lower portion of the 14.2-mile Vail Pass route, dubbed the Ten Mile rec […]

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Summit County Bike Guide: Miner’s Creek Road (video)

August 15, 2016 — SUMMIT COUNTY — Mountain biking on four-wheel roads can get a bad rap. For purists, they're usually dusty, crowded with motorized vehicles and, on occasion, just plain boring compared to singletrack. Miner's Creek Road is the exception to the rule. Providing quick access to a […]

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Summit County Bike Guide: Oro Grande Trail (video)

August 8, 2016 — SUMMIT COUNTY — Known as one of the first mountain biking trails dry enough to ride every year, the Oro Grande Trail is a solid early-season riding option. Following an aspen-covered hillside above Lake Dillon, this ride offers panoramic views of both the Tenmile and […]

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Summit County Bike Guide: Keystone Bike Park green line (video)

August 8, 2016 — SUMMIT DAILY — Ask just about any mountain biker, and chances are they'll agree: descending beats climbing any day. A select few live for the brutal, lung-busting challenge of a steep climb, but after grinding for an hour or two, just 15 minutes of barreling […]

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Summit County Bike Guide: Keystone Bike Park black runs (video)

August 8, 2016 — SUMMIT COUNTY — The Keystone Bike Park is not for the faint of heart — or nerve. With names like Helter, Skelter, Jam Rock and Motorhead, the resort's black and double-black downhill runs are intimidating before you even set tread to trail. The park is […]

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Keystone Bike Guide: Keystone Aqueduct to Soda Creek Trail (video)

August 5, 2016 — SUMMIT COUNTY — Mountain biking in Summit County is more than flumes and pine forests and mine tailings. When you get away from the Breckenridge area — home to the county's most popular trails — things open up to reveal rolling meadows and faded ranch […]

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Summit County Bike Guide: South Rainbow Trail (video)

August 4, 2016 — SUMMIT COUNTY — There's a whole world of singletrack and double-track right outside of downtown Frisco, and hardly anyone gives it a second thought. South Rainbow Trail is one of several short connectors found in the pine and aspen forests south of Frisco. Like other […]

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Summit County Bike Guide: Keystone Gulch Road (video)

June 17, 2016 — Curious to know what The Outback looks like in the middle of the summer? Keystone Gulch Road is your ticket to Colorado's version of the Australian wilderness. The out-and-back dirt road climbs gradually along a lively stream near the base of Keystone Mountain, weaving past […]

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Summit County Bike Guide: Bill’s Ranch Trail (video)

June 10, 2016 — SUMMIT COUNTY — There's a reason you won't encounter many mountain bikers on the rough and rocky Bill's Ranch Trail. Found just south of downtown Frisco, the trail is one of several singletrack connectors in the lush, aspen-filled forests around Rainbow Lake. These spiderwebbed routes […]

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Summit County Bike Guide: Frisco Roundup course preview (video)

May 27, 2016 — Editor's note: This is the second installment in our 2016 bike guide series, featuring video previews for every Summit Mountain Challenge MTB series course and regular lunch loops for locals. Head to http://www.summitdaily.com every weekend for new video previews and routes. SUMMIT DAILY — It […]

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Summit County Bike Trails: The Frisco Peninsula Trail System (video)

March 7, 2016 — SUMMIT COUNTY — One of the county's most popular early-season mountain bike trail networks is the Frisco Peninsula. For many Summit County residents the peninsula trail system is the first place to go when the snow melts in the spring. Typically the first to thaw […]

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Summit County Bike Trails: Lake Dillon rec path

June 11, 2015 — Following a combination of paved trails and roads, the Lake Dillon scenic bike route runs along shorelines, through towns and past marinas, and takes riders on a challenging trip up Swan Mountain Road. Riders can select any number of options. Know Before You Go Swan […]

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Summit County Bike Trails: Frisco to Breckenridge recreation path

July 16, 2014 — Throughout the summer, Explore Weekender will be running weekly mountain bike and recpath trail guides from our annual Explore Summit County Bike Guide. The guides will be a mix of dirt trails, singletrack and paved roads from across Summit County. Geared toward riders of all […]

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Summit County Bike Trails: The Frisco Peninsula Trail System

June 25, 2014 — One of Summit County’s most popular bike trail networks is the Frisco Peninsula. For many Summit County residents the Frisco Peninsula trail system is the first place to go when the snow melts in the spring. Typically the first to thaw out, it's a great […]

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Summit County Bike Trails: Montezuma Loop

June 21, 2014 — Description: Follow the directions for the Webster Pass ride but turn right at the junction at 3.6 miles. Continue climbing on a road that gets progressively steeper and more rocky. Beyond Cashier Mine, the road switchbacks upward so intensely that walking is a necessity. From […]

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Summit County Bike Trails: West Ridge

June 21, 2014 — Description: Follow the directions for the beginning of the Keystone Gulch ride. Just after that ride veers left near the third chairlift at 4.5 miles and begins climbing toward North Peak, turn right onto a road near a maintenance building. Climb along a hillside for […]

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Summit County Bike Trails: Peru Creek

June 21, 2014 — Peru Creek jeep road passes remnants of many impressive mines before ending in a scenic high alpine cirque. Know Before You Go: This valley contains a lot of private land; respect all "No Trespassing" signs. The final section is above timberline; be prepared for weather […]

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