Frisco, CO has something for every type of bike rider: the family friendly cruiser rider to the mountain biking enthusiast to the dedicated road biker. The following interactive map showcases all biking trails and paths throughout Frisco, CO.
Check out mountain biking trails throughout the Summit County, CO broken out by difficulty: easy mountain biking trails, advanced mountain biking trails, expert 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 Frisco, CO.
August 23, 2016 — SUMMIT DAILY — 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 […]
Learn more »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 […]
Learn more »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 […]
Learn more »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 […]
Learn more »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 […]
Learn more »June 17, 2016 — The dirt makes all the difference at Frisco Bike Park. Found on the Frisco Peninsula, within easy gawking distance of Highway 9, the park is something of a treasure hidden in plain sight. It's home to more than 75 features, split between wooden and natural […]
Learn more »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 […]
Learn more »June 10, 2016 — SUMMIT COUNTY — Just a few minutes beyond Copper Mountain Resort — following Highway 91 toward Leadville — Mayflower Gulch is a secluded, off-the-beaten-path four-wheel road that's, well, really not that far off the beaten path. But, unlike many multi-use trails in Summit, the route […]
Learn more »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 […]
Learn more »June 21, 2014 — Starting from Vail Pass, this ride provides a good exploration of the Shrine Pass area and its peak-filled vistas. Know Before You Go: Some of the riding is at or above timberline; be prepared for changing weather conditions. The first couple of miles of Shrine […]
Learn more »June 20, 2014 — The ride is a steady climb with steep grades and switchbacks approaching the top of the pass. Know Before You Go: This trail is very busy especially during the summer weekends and holidays. Anticipate a large number of other bikers, inline skaters, and hikers on […]
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