With the light snow year in Breckenridge, the trails around town are dry and ready to ride! Here are some trails Breckenridge Grand Vacations employees recommend checking out.
My favorite bike trail in Breck is Jack’s Cruel Joke. It starts in the hills above Carter Park and switchbacks down the hill ending behind the ice rink. The views are spectacular and it is a fairly steep trail.
Eli Yoder, Breckenridge Grand Vacations Owner Relations Interval International Liaison
I would have to say the Peaks Trail. It is a great trail to ride and I have personal attachment to it because Breckenridge Grand Vacations has adopted the Peaks Trail. As a crew leader and working on the trail for the last 4 years I love to use it and see people enjoying the hard work our company has put into it.
Christina Trimmer, Breckenridge Grand Vacations Vacation Rental Department Vacation Rental Specialist
Some of my favorite Mountain Biking Trails are located on Peak 8 of the Breckenridge Ski Resort. There are multiple levels of trails and if a few members of your group do not care to make the climb they can load their bikes onto the ski-lift. Have fun!!
Brad Beverlin, Breckenridge Grand Vacations Director of Loan Servicing
I love to mountain bike down Boreas Pass. They have trails for all abilities and you can take the Summit Stage up for free!
Katie Russell, Breckenridge Grand Vacations Grand Lodge on Peak 7 Guest Services
Baker’s Tank Trail which is off of Boreas Pass Road is a great trail close to town. You can park at the little parking area where the road closes in the winter then ride out on the road out to Baker’s Tank which is an old wooden water tank, where the trail cuts up into the forest off of the road. The trail makes a loop through the forest back to the parking lot area and has some really fun downhill on the second half. Here is a link to the trail description from the Summit Daily: http://www.summitdaily.com/article/20060606/RECREATION04/50601029.
Trish McNerny, Breckenridge Grand Vacations Vacation Rental Department Vacation Rental Specialist
Obviously it is the really long loop that goes in circles in my garage, as my bike doesn’t seem to get off that trail anymore! When I was riding more regularly, I really liked the Peaks Trail from Breckenridge to Frisco, since it is mostly flat or downhill. You can of course ride back on the bike path to Breck, or even hop on the Summit Stage if the weather is looking formidable.
Josh Stuhr, Breck Inn Hotel Manager