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Opening: June 18, 2014 - Closing: October 19, 2014
The Mountain Village Bike Park is open from 7 a.m.
to sunset every day during the summer months, weather permitting.
Free? Yes! Free!!!
Mountain Village Bike Park @ Telluride Overview
North America's first and only free lift-accessed downhill mountain bike park!
The Mountain Village Bike Park at Telluride offers over 1,000 feet of vertical drop, 30-plus berms, and various jumps geared towards intermediate and expert downhill mountain bikers.
Five trails provide several miles of lift-served gravity goodness which makes this a rider’s playground, free for the picking.
It is how you gain access to the bike park that has people talking: the town gondola, making this a one-of-a-kind downhill biking experience. From Station St. Sophia, the Mountain Village Bike Park entrance is situated about 150 yards south. Once there, you can indulge in trails built to International Mountain Bicycling Association guidelines.
What's new this year at the Mountain Village Bike Park?
New trail addition: Cocoa Loco Trail
This blue and black singletrack forks off the T-Bone Trail, reconnecting after 0.1 miles, and includes several wooden features, tight tree lines, and steep slopes.
The Town of Mountain Village is located in southwestern of Colorado, and just a 13 minute gondola ride away from the Town of Telluride. For those that have never been to this area, it makes most sense to stay in Mountain Village as opposed to Telluride if you want to be in close proximity to the Mountain Village Bike Park.
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Feature your shop, lodge, product or other business on this bike park page with MTBparks.com "Adopt a Bike Park" sponsor program for as little as $500 through the end of 2014. Your sponsorship allows our team to provide more news, updates and other information for this bike park section and reaches a highly-targeted community of mountain biking enthusiasts.
12,570 feet (3,831 meters)
8,725 feet (2,659 meters)
4,425 feet (1,349 meters)
Bike Park Vertical
1,100 feet (335 meters)
Total Number of Trails -
Beginner Trails -
Intermediate Trails -
Advanced Trails -
Expert or Pro Trails -
Bike Park Features
Cross Country Trails
Stunts and Features
Mountain Village Bike Park @ Telluride Trails Overview
Let's just get this out of the way: there are no easy trails in the Mountain Village Bike Park.
That being said, the park appeals to intermediate and expert downhill bikers with 1,000 feet of vertical drop, 30 plus berms, and various jumps. But that's not even the best part. It is how you gain access to the Bike Park that has people talking: the FREE gondola, making this a one-of-a-kind downhill biking experience. From Station St. Sophia, the Mountain Village Bike Park entrance is situated about 150 yards south. Once there, you can indulge your senses on trails built to International Mountain Bicycling Association standards.
If you're interested in becoming an ambassador for MtbParks at Mountain Village, let us know! We're building our team and would love to add your name to the list contact us.