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Steamboat Bike Park

Steamboat Bike Park

The expert trails feature step down rollers, wooden berm/wall ride, large dirt berms, ten-foot wooden ladder step down, step up, rollers and a line of nine table-top dirt jumps in rapid succession. The green trails feature dirt berms, banked turns and wooden slat and ladder bridges.

A Bike Access ticket is required to access the Steamboat Bike Park downhill trails, open during gondola operations, as well as utilize the Gondola for bike uplift. The resort will rent top of the line Kona Freeride bikes, as well as freeriding armor and apparel.

Steamboat Bike Park Access & General Information

Location: Purchase Steamboat Mountain Bike Access at the Steamboat Summer Ticket Office or at the Steamboat Bike Shop. Bike Access is valid all day, weather permitting. Mountain bikers must have a valid Bike Access and must sign a liability release form.

Dates: During Steamboat Gondola operations.

Phone: 970-871-5252

Email:

Steamboat Bike Shop

Location: Mountain bike & Cruiser bike rentals are available at the Steamboat Bike Shop in the Sheraton Steamboat Resort Hotel, on the edge of the Promenade at the ski base area.

Hours: Fri 9am-8pm, Sat and Sun 9am-5pm starting June 21, Sat- Wed from 9am-5pm, Thursdays and Fridays 9am-8:00pm starting June 24.

Steamboat Bike Park Trails

To download a PDF version of the Steamboat Bike Park trail map, click below.

Trail Map

Steamboat Bike Park Video

Steamboat's bike network has gained an internationally known reputation. National, Olympic, World and Tour de France champions have all challenged themselves against the technical aspects, elevation and mountain environment of Mt. Werner. More than 50-miles of trails at the Steamboat ski area, routes across town and hundreds more across Routt County await riders of all ability levels and ages.

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Steamboat Bike Park Saftey

When entering Steamboat Resort at any time, with or without a ticket, user agrees to assume and accept any and all risks of injury or death. Bike Park access tickets are available for purchase at the base of Steamboat Resort and are required for all Steamboat Bike Park trails (these trails are designated with the Steamboat Bike Park brand). Bike Park trails are CLOSED before or after lift operating hours.

Hours are: Mon - Sat. 10am - 4pm, Sunday 9:30 - 4pm.

Dates are : June 14 - June 16, Daily June 21 - Aug. 19, Weekends Aug. 24 - Sept. 30 (these hours and dates are subject to change).

  • Read and obey all signage
  • Expect vehicles at any time
  • No Smoking - Extreme fire danger
  • Helmets are required while mountain bike riding at the Steamboat Resort and Bike Park

Mountain Trails

All Trails are designated either DOWNHILL, MULTI-USE, UPHILL, or HIKING. Designations are subject to change, so when in doubt check with Resort personnel.

Downhill trails are for downhill biking only, no uphill traffic or hiking permitted. Please respect temporary closures. Lift tickets are required to ride the Bike Park trails. These trails include features designed specifically for downhill bikes. It is suggested that you lower your bike seat if you go on any features. Cross-country type mountain bike equipment is not appropriate for use on downhill trals and is strongly discouraged.

Muli-Use trails are for hiking, biking, and horseback riding in either direction. Please be aware that designated multi-use trails may have this mixed use traffic. Use of downhill bikes is strongly discouraged on multiuse trails.

Uphill trails are for Mountain Bike riding uphill and two-way hiking and horseback riding. Uphill Mountain Bike trails are also two-way for vehicles and equipment, so expect downhill traffic at any time. No Downhill Mountain Biking permitted.

Hiking trails are for hiking only, no bikes permitted.

Vehicles

Unauthorized vehicles not permitted. Authorized vehicles must have and display a permit obtained at Slope Maintenance. Mountain speed limit is 20mph.

Features Exist on All Trails

  • Inspect each feature before using. Features and trails vary in difficulty and change constantly
  • Be aware of other users and be sure that landing and features are clear
  • Use of jumps, features and airborne maneuvers can cause equipment failure and substantially increase risk of injury or death
  • Wooden features become slippery when wet
  • No emergency services outside of operating hours - CALL 911
  • The nature of this activity is high-risk and hazardous. Do not attempt these features unless you have the sufficient ability and experience to do so safely. Steamboat Resort is not responsible for the safety of those using the facility.

Mountain Bike Warning

Mountain bike riding involves risk of serious injury/death/damage to your equipment. You are entering a mountain environment that requires your alertness, common sense and caution. Read and obey all signs. You must ride in control and within your own ability. Helmets are required while mountain bike riding at Steamboat Resort. Wear appropriate protective gear. Be sure your physical condition permits you to mountain bike. Be aware that the high elevation can accentuate existing problems. You are using these premises at your own risk, and assume all risks in this activity. Changing weather conditions, variations in trail conditions including steepness of terrain, rocks, downed timber, falling trees and limbs, debris, loose gravel and stumps, natural and man-made obstacles, features, vehicles or equipment on the mountain and other dangers or conditions that may be encountered are inherent risks that are part of mountain biking. Trail and feature conditions may change at any time due to maintenance, use or weather conditions. Stay on marked trails. If you become lost outside the ski area boundary you may be held responsible for the cost of search and rescue. No tandems, kids transports, kid carriers, kid backpacks or trailer bikes allowed. Equipment allowed on mountain bike trails limited to mountain bikes and adaptive equipment unless approved by senior management.

Coca-Cola

Coca Cola enjoys being the soft drink partner to Steamboat and is honored to have the opportunity. Coca-Cola offers the complete beverage experience while you are hard at work out on the slopes.

Bud Light

Anheuser-Busch is proud to support Steamboat Ski Resort by providing adult consumers with a diverse portfolio of beer brands that reflect the company's commitment to quality, heritage and innovation.

Korbel

Korbel is Steamboat Ski Resort's Official Champagne Powder® partner and is proud to support Steamboat as the presenting sponsor of the 50th Anniversary Celebration.

Smartwool

Nothing can compare to SmartWool for the ultimate in performance, comfort and easy care. SmartWool is superior at vaporizing moisture, controlling temperature and odor, and is guaranteed not to itch or shrink.

GoPro. Be a Hero.

GoPro makes the world’s most versatile cameras, enabling people to capture immersive and engaging footage of themselves during their favorite activities.

Vasque

Vasque is proud to be outfitting Steamboat Ski & Resort with technical, outdoor performance footwear. Vasque is built for all day comfort on the trail, whether it is covered with snow, rock or dirt. Visit the Vasque website (vasque.com).

American Express

IT DOES SO MUCH MORE THAN BUY THINGS - The American Express® Card rewards. It protects. It offers one-of-a-kind-experiences. And your Card is a powerful financial tool.

Red Bull

Red Bull is a proud energy drink sponsor of Steamboat Ski Resort. Thanks to a unique combination of high quality ingredients, Red Bull Energy Drink vitalizes body and mind.

Robert Mondavi

Created to celebrate the diversity of California's wine growing regions; Robert Mondavi Private Selection wines are sourced from vineyards ideally suited for each variety, resulting in quality wines that go elegantly and easily to the table for every occasion.

AVIS Car Rentals

Because you’re spending your ski vacation at Steamboat, you can save on a stylish (and practical) Avis rental. Plan your trip today with Avis, the preferred car rental company of Steamboat.

Budget Car Rental

Bunny hill or black diamond, you need to get your gear to the mountain. Lucky for you, Budget is the preferred car rental company of Steamboat. Pick from a variety of vehicles, like roomy SUVs, and products like ski racks to get you to the lodge.

Wrangler

For decades, the Wrangler® patch has stood for the authenticity that is the heart of the Western heritage. From the Official ProRodeo Competition Jean, and Steamboat's Signature Cowboy Downhill, Wrangler has your style.

U.S. Forest Service

With our commitment to the environment comes close cooperation with the US Forest Service.

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