Winter isn’t the only time to enjoy the slopes on the mountains around Breckenridge. Hiking and biking enthusiasts alike find exploring the trails a different kind of thrill. Whether you’re taking your time on foot to enjoy the fauna and flora, fulfilling your need for speed by racing down the trails on a mountain bike, you can see and do more when you take advantage of using area maps.
Traverse the entire Upper Blue area, including Blue River, Breckenridge, Frisco, Summit Cove & Keystone when you make good use of the most extensive and detailed Breckenridge & Summit County area trail map
If you’re new to the area or only want to explore the immediate Breckenridge area, the Breckenridge & Summit County area trail map (back page) features a better scale for trails. This map also highlights ten suggested hiking & biking loops. This high-res map is an 11.7MB pdf that will open in a new window. Please remember that good things come to those who wait as it may take a minute or so to load, depending on your connection.
Perhaps you only want to get to know those trails within ski resort boundaries. Then the best map for you to use is the Breckenridge Ski Resort biking trail map and the Breckenridge Ski Resort Fun Park map. Please keep in mind that there is no parking at the base of Peak 8. This area has gondola access only.
Of course, traveling to the mountains any time of year can have its surprises in the form of weather and weather related conditions. Luckily the Town of Breckenridge helps you plan ahead with a Current trail conditions map.
Town of Breckenridge designated bike routes (color version) or the Town of Breckenridge designated bike routes (B&W version, better for printing) depending on your immediate needs.
Regardless of how you plan to find your way around, you’d be remiss not to snap a few photos for your scrapbooks. Our own Photos of Breckenridge trails will give you just a taste of the flavors you are likely to experience on your journey around this glorious area we call Breckenridge.