Winter is here and there’s nothing to limit you from enjoying all of Breckenridge’s wonderful trails for any activity you chose: x-country skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking or hiking. Some trails are more heavily-used than others and have better paths through the snow. Winter trail conditions may vary due to many factors: recent storms, temperature, aspect and trail use. Please be prepared for your high altitude activity.
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* Fat Biking Recommended
Trail conditions vary this time of the year from hard compacted snow in morning to slushy and muddy by the afternoon. Your best bet is the Recreation Path or the River Trail. Our summer trail conditions page will be posted as trails start to dry out. Please be patient and respectful. Thank you.
|FREE GROOMED TRAILS LAST UPDATED : 5/3/18|
|Dry Gulch Trail||3/26||Compacted Snow, Hard||1.2|
|Gold Run Road||3/26||Compacted Snow, Hard||3.1|
|Middle Flume (eastern half)||3/26||Compacted Snow, Hard||.5|
|Tom's Baby||3/26||Compacted Snow, Hard||.3|
|Upper Flume (eastern half)||3/26||Compacted Snow, Hard||.4|
|Wellington||2/12||Compacted Snow, Hard||1.4|
If you see a trail condition that needs attention, such as a hazardous or fallen tree, please email Tony at firstname.lastname@example.org with details such as the location, the nature of the issue, and any other pertinent information.
For any questions on any of the information on this page, please call Tony Overlock at (970) 547-3189.
The Town of Breckenridge’s trail system is an important community asset. Please use these trails so that they are sustainable and enjoyable for other users, now and in the future.