Snowmass Bike Park

With 25 miles of purpose-built, diverse trails—from beginner-friendly and flowing singletrack to adrenaline-inducing descents—the Snowmass Bike Park extends almost 3,000 vertical feet from the top of the Elk Camp Chairlift down to Snowmass Base Village. Plan your trip and find your flow no matter your skill level this summer at Colorado's Gold-Level Bike Park.

Snowmass Bike Park Season Dates:

June 21–September 5, 9–11, 16–18, 23–25, September 30–October 2, 2022

Elk Camp Gondola & Chairlift Hours

Daily, Gondola: 10am–5pm; Chairlift: 10:30am–4pm

Looking for friendly, rolling trails that allow you to soak up the scenery? We’ve got ‘em. Steep descents littered with rocky drops to get your adrenaline pumping? We have those too. The Snowmass Bike Park offers everything you love about an on-mountain experience at Aspen Snowmass—lift-accessed fun on some of the world’s best terrain, opportunities to learn from the industry’s best Bike Pros, time outdoors with friends and family, and a delicious meal or cold beverage at the end of the day.

The Roaring Fork Valley, home to Aspen and Snowmass, is designated an IMBA Gold-Level Ride Center, one of only seven in the world and the only Gold-Level Ride Center in Colorado.

Bonus Bike Nights at Snowmass

Bonus Bike Nights

On select Tuesdays throughout the summer, we keep things open a little later so you can squeeze in more runs and enjoy dinner at Sunset Tuesdays at Elk Camp.

Snowmass Trails

  • Open
  • Mtb Technical
  • Mtb Technical
  • Mtb Technical
  • Mtb Technical
  • Mtb Freeride
  • Mtb Freeride
  • Mtb Freeride
  • Mtb Freeride
  • Hike - Easiest
  • Hike - More Difficult
  • Hike - Most Difficult
  • Hike - Expert Only

    Policies

    Cancellation Policy
    Completely unused Snowmass Bike Park, Sightseeing, and Lost Forest Base tickets are refundable. Lost Forest Canopy, Treeline, and Bonus Night Tickets require 48-hour cancellation notice. No refunds due to weather if operations remain open. No partial refunds.

    Weather Policy
    Summer weather in the Rocky Mountains is unpredictable and out of our control. As a result, we do not offer refunds due to weather impacts on our operation. Please check the forecast while planning your activities.