Breckenridge is a true biking destination offering unlimited biking on the paved bike path from Breckenridge to Vail, mountain biking trails throughout the wilderness, or simply cruising through Town on your Townie. Paved bike paths connect all of Summit County and provide a truly unique road biking experience. Feel the burn pedaling up the pass! Most of the rental shops in Breckenridge offer a Vail Pass Bike Tour. This is for guests who want to take in the beauty of their surroundings without the work of peddling up a pass (and it’s so much fun!).
Google Maps has recently added a new cycling option that shows bike trails click HERE and enter your staring point and destination, then click on the Bike icon to find bike trails.
Mountain Biking: Breckenridge has many mountain biking trails, from beginner to more advanced. In the summer, the ski area opens for biking along trails and ski runs. Check out their Trail Map to get a feel for what they offer.
Staff Favorite Bike Trails: Peaks Trail | Bakers Tank Trail | Westridge | Flume Trail | Colorado Trail
Road Biking: Becoming more popular in recent years, road biking in Breckenridge is a fun activity that can also be a great workout. The Blue River Bike Path will take you from Breckenridge to Frisco and back. From Frisco you can also continue on to the Vail Pass Bike Path. Click HERE for more information on road biking in Breckenridge. Click HERE for a map of the rec path from Breckenridge to Frisco.
Family Biking: Because there are trails and bike paths for all levels, Breckenridge is a great place to ride with the whole family. From mountain biking on the Peaks Trail to road biking on the Blue River Bike Path, there is something for everyone. Check out the Summit County Bike Guide for a comprehensive look at all the trails in Summit County.
There are multiple bike rental companies for you to choose from in the Breckenridge area. Pick out a cruiser for the paved mellow paths, or try out your mountain biking skills on the numerous trails carved into the Breckenridge mountain terrain.
Ride your bike down a paved path along Vail Pass from the top of the Continental Divide. Bike rental includes transportation up to the top and a self-guided 12-mile ride back to Frisco, or 23 miles to Breckenridge on the highway 9 recreation path.
The Frisco Bay Marina on Lake Dillon spans 25 miles of pine-forested shoreline around 3,300-acre Reservoir encircled by Swan Mountain & the dramatic Gore & Ten Mile mountain ranges. The full service marina offers boat rentals, scenic boat tours; stand up paddleboards and kayaks. Spin casting Fishing Poles with basic tackle is also available. If you are over 15 you will need a fishing license, which are available at the Marina. Call 970-668-4334 for rentals & more information. Conveniently located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains off I-70 at Exit 203, Frisco.
Frisco Bay Marina
Every summer the Marina hosts many fun events. Schedule of events provided by our friends at the Frisco Bay Marina: