Sky Mountain Park, North Rim, Glassier Trails Now Open!

The 2017 mountain bike riding season is cranking! Last year’s new trails – Seven Star in Snowmass and the  Glassier Trail in the Mid-Valley – now open!

Seasonal closures give our wildlife in the area the space they need during some of the hardest and most important times of year. The Snowmass Village Animal Services Department enforces trail closures enacted to protect sensitive wildlife habitats that surround our Village. It is unlawful of any persons to use by any means the following trails during wildlife sensitive periods.

More trails will be opening June 21.

Upvalley

Aspen, Highlands, Buttermilk, Snowmass (summer trails on ski areas)
All trails and forest roads within ski area boundaries + Government Trail are likely snow covered.
Government Trail + Buttermilk Bowls Trail, open June 21

Smuggler Mountain / Hunter Creek: All area trails are now likely wet, muddy, icy, or snow covered. Bikes prohibited on WRNF routes Nov. 23 – May 22.

Snowmass Village: Tom Blake, Anaerobic Nightmare, Government and everything in the Snowmass Bike Park opens June 21st.

Mid-Valley

Arbaney-Kittle Trail: Bikes prohibited on White River National Forest routes Nov. 23 – May 22.
Basalt Mountain: Trails are likely wet, muddy, icy, or snow covered. Bikes prohibited on White River National Forest routes Nov. 23 – May 22.
Hay Park Trail: Trail is likely wet, muddy, icy, or snow covered. Bikes prohibited on White River National Forest routes Nov. 23 – May 22.
Glassier: Open

Please stay off muddy trails during spring runoff season & right after strong rainstorms. Respect all posted trail closures.  Only ride system trails open to bikes and RFMBA-IMBA will continue to work with our land manager partners for more trail improvement and enhancement projects!