Bike Steamboat

Steamboat Bike Park boasts an expansive 80 kilometres of mountain bike trails with a wide array of lift accessible downhill trails where riders can enjoy a number of features including bridges, jumps, steep drops, wall rides, dirt jumps and the added challenge of the natural terrain built into the trials.

Overview

Located in the Yampa Valley, Steamboat Bike Park hosts nearly 50km of downhill trails, with every inch of the environment put to use to really ensure that trails highlight the best of the natural features, creating a thrilling ride for all experience levels.  The bike park continues to expand with the expert trail, Rawhide, and beginner trail, Tenderfoot opening up ready for the 2018 season.

Mountain Statistics

Statistics

Top Elevation 3,221 Metres
Village Elevation 2,103 Metres
Vertical 664 Metres
Bike Technical Trails 3.8km
Downhill Trails 30km
Terrain Beginner 40%
Terrain Intermediate 27%
Terrain Advanced 33%

Getting There

Getting to Steamboat, Colorado, USA

The most conveniently accessed ski resort community in Colorado, Steamboat is accessible by nonstop air service from major U.S. cities including Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Dallas and Houston and from more than 150 other domestic and international cities. All service is direct into the Steamboat/Hayden Airport (HDN), just 22 miles/35kms from the ski area. Getting to Steamboat couldn’t be easier.

Taxi and Limo service

There is a daily scheduled service to Denver Airport – five daily runs in the winter. They also service the Yampa Valley Regional Airport (Steamboat/Hayden) with shuttle or private transfer service.

Steamboat Springs Transit – SST

Steamboat Springs offers a comprehensive system of FREE transportation between the ski area, downtown and most hotel, condominium, restaurant, grocery and entertainment locations. The SST runs continuously from 7:00am til 1:45am daily, stopping at each location every 20 minutes.

Lodging Shuttles

Many of the properties also offer a private shuttle service