Local advanced mountain bike rides

Summit County, CO is packed with advanced biking trails sure to get your heart racing. The following interactive map showcases all advanced mountain bike trails throughout Breckenridge, Frisco, Silverthorne, Dillon, and Keystone areas.

Check out the Easy and Expert trails for more of the best biking trails around Summit County, CO. Looking for a trail close to you? Trails are also separated by each mountain town location:

Breckenridge, CO Biking
Frisco, CO Biking
Silverthorne, CO Biking
Dillon, CO Biking
Keystone, CO Biking

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

Advanced Bike Trails

V3 – Breckenridge, CO

X1OU8 – Breckenridge, CO

X1OU8 Fall – Breckenridge, CO

Aspen Alley – Breckenridge, CO

Aspen Alley Fall – Breckenridge, CO

Baker Tank Loop – Breckenridge, CO

Bakers Tank FALL, Breckenridge, CO

Barney Flow – Breckenridge, CO

Blair Witch – Breckenridge, CO

Burro Trail – Breckenridge, CO

Carter Park – Breckenridge, CO

Colorado Trail, Breckenridge, CO

Dice Hill – Silverthorne, CO

Dyersville – Breckenridge, CO

Flume Trails – Breckenridge, CO

Frey Gulch – Dillon, CO

Frisco Bike Park – Breckenridge, CO

Galena Ditch – Breckenridge, CO

Gold Run Road – Breckenridge, CO

Keystone Bike Park – Jump and Skill Park

Mayflower Gulch – Breckenridge, CO

Keystone Gulch – Keystone, CO

Miner’s Creek – Frisco, CO

Minnie Mine – Breckenridge, CO

Pence Miller Ditch Trail – Breckenridge, CO

Peninsula Trail System – Frisco, CO

Pennsylvania – Indiana Loop – Breckenridge, CO

Ophir Mountain – Frisco, CO

Peru Creek – Dillon/ Keystone, CO

Oro Grande – Dillon, CO

Rainbow Trail – Frisco, CO

Sallie Barber – Breckenridge, CO

Shrine Pass – Copper Mountain, CO

Three Forks of Swan River – Breckenridge, CO

Turks Trail – Breckenridge, CO

West Ridge – Breckenridge, CO

Williams Peak – Silverthorne, CO

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