The snow is melting, the days are getting longer, and skis are getting shelved in favor of hiking boots and mountain bikes. But in some parts of the Roaring Fork Valley, hikers and bikers will have to wait a little longer to venture out on certain trails. Read more about it at Aspen Public Radio
April 16th marks the opening of many downvalley trail networks including most of the Crown, Prince Creek, Red Hill, New Castle and beyond. Of course, even though the wildlife closure is lifted, there still will be snow and mud in many areas. If you come across muddy conditions, assume it will just get worse. Please […]
Amidst challenging circumstances, we’ve had another exceptional year for trails and mountain biking in the Roaring Fork Valley! Of course, this wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of our volunteers, and all of our Annual Members, individual Donors, Business Partners, and granting Foundations. During 2020, our advocacy, design, and coordination efforts + our highly valued public land […]
Here are the official closing dates for some of the more popular trails. Of course, any trail that is open yet wet or muddy should be left to dry out or freeze before riding.
Glenwood Springs Ford has generously chosen to support RFMBA and our mission to create and maintain the best possible mountain bike trail system in the Roaring Fork Valley. Check out the video above as Glenwood Springs Ford’s Zach Carlson and RFMBA’s Mike Pritchard give us the scoop on how throughout the month of October, Glenwood […]