Mountain Village Bike Park
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Mountain Village Bike Park
Accessed from the San Sophia mid-station of the FREE Telluride—Mountain Village Gondola, the Mountain Village Bike Park features intermediate and expert downhill mountain bike trails with berms, jumps, drops, rock gardens, table tops and fall lines. The trail network traverses through glades and forest on the Telluride Ski Resort into the town of Mountain Village.
NO LIFT TICKET IS REQUIRED TO RIDE THE GONDOLA AND THE BIKE PARK. While access is free, all downhill bikers must sign a waiver at the top of the Bike Park.
Open daily from 9 a.m. until sunset, weather permitting, from mid-June to mid-October. Note: the Bike Park opens for this season on June 25, 2018.
|Trail Name & Description||Difficulty||Length|
|No-Brainer Trail Moderate slopes featuring a smooth, rolling and curvy trail. Runs from the top of the Bike Park at Station St. Sophia, to the bottom at the Mountain Village Core.||Difficult: Expect a 24-inch wide trail, moderate slopes, and unavoidable obstacles less than six inches tall consisting of gravel, rocks and roots. Avoidable obstacles present.||1.5 miles|
|T-Bone Trail Moderate slopes with weaving turns through the trees. Forks off from the No-Brainer Trail and reconnects after 0.3 miles.||More Difficult: Expect a 12-inch wide trail, moderate slopes and unavoidable obstacles less than six inches tall consisting of gravel, rocks and roots. Avoidable obstacles up to 24 inches tall present.||0.3 miles|
|Cocoa Loco Trail Steep slopes featuring tight tree lines and several wooden features. Forks off the T-Bone Trail, reconnecting after 0.1 miles.||Advanced: Expect a 12-inch wide trail, steep slopes and unavoidable obstacles up to 12 inches tall. Avoidable man-made features up to 30 inches tall present.||0.1 miles|
|Gold Rush Trail Steep slopes with multiple trail routes that feature small jumps, drops and rock gardens as you weave through aspen groves. Forks off the No-Brainer Trail 0.3 miles from the Bike Park entrance.||Most Difficult: Expect a 12-inch wide trail, steep slopes, and unavoidable obstacles less than 24 inches tall consisting of roots, stumps, rocks and loose gravel. Avoidable obstacles up to 36 inches tall present.||0.75 miles|
|Pan-Coaster Trail Steep slopes featuring berms and jumps flowing in and out of trees. Begins at the road gap adjacent to the World Cup Trail.||Most Difficult: Expect a 12-inch wide trail, steep slopes, and unavoidable obstacles less than 24 inches tall consisting of roots, stumps, rocks and loose gravel. Avoidable obstacles up to 36 inches tall present.||0.5 miles|
|World Cup Trail Very steep slopes. Forks off the Gold Rush Trail 0.4 miles from the Bike Park entrance.||Expert Only: Expect a 12-inch or less wide trail, very steep slopes, and unavoidable obstacles of up to 10 feet tall consisting of log jams, steep drops, jumps and berms.||0.75 miles|
Accessing the Bike Park
The Mountain Village Bike Park can be accessed from the town of Telluride gondola at Station Telluride, or from Mountain Village. Gondola cabins are fully equipped with bike racks.
- Mountain Village Hiking & Biking Map (includes downhill bike trails, XC bike trails & hiking trails)
- Mountain Village Bike Park Map
Mountain biking (and hiking) is at your own risk and the trails on these maps are not patrolled. In case of an accident or injury, call 911. Learn more about Mountain Activity Safety .
- Visit https://townofmountainvillage.com/recreating/downhill-mountain-biking/
- Follow https://www.facebook.com/mountainvillagebikepark on Facebook
The Mountain Village Bike Park opens for the season on June 25, 2018. For a status of open/closed trails in the area call (970) 728-7433 for more information.
All access to Prospect Basin is closed annually from May 20th to July 1st. During this period all human traffic is prohibited Learn More