Bike Lift - Adult $37 | Child $27
Summer Bike Pass - Adult $249 | Child $159
Twilight Bike Lift - Wed, Thu, Fri 4-7pm
Adult $26 | Kids $20
Child=12 and under
Steamboat Mountain Bike Park Overview
Check out the Steamboat Mountain Bike Park this summer and enjoy one day FREE with your MTBparks Pass!
A new era in mountain biking has been taking shape at the Steamboat Ski Resort as the much anticipated Steamboat Bike Park continues to grow in 2014. The Steamboat Bike Park features downhill, freeride bike terrain and brings a new level of intensity to the mix of popular cross country trails on the mountain.
Gravity Logic, the world leader in the design of progressive mountain bike trails, has been assisting the Steamboat crew in developing the mountain's freeride trails and helping Steamboat make a radical transition from what riders have ridden in previous years.
What's Steamboat All About?
The Steamboat Bike Park is an extraordinary new bike park in northwest Colorado with nearly 2,200 vertical feet of lift-served gravity fed and downhill flow trails. The trail crew, in conjunction with industry leading designers Gravity Logic, utilized every inch of the natural topography ensuring a thrilling ride that highlights the best of the resort’s natural features including rocks, bridges, rollers, drops, berms, banks and manmade jumps, all while providing exciting terrain for all ability levels.
Cross Country Trails
Outside the Steamboat Bike Park, riders can peddle their way on cross-country trails that snake out across the ski resort winding through aspen, century-old rock formations and secluded singletrack. Head up, speed down and explore the mountain top-to-bottom and side-to-side. Still need more, hundreds of miles of trails can be found in Steamboat and the Yampa Valley.
New this Summer
The freeride momentum continues as Steamboat unveils top-to-bottom its new Tenderfoot trail and puts the finishing touches over the summer on its second jump trail in the Bike Park. Efforts continue on the reroute the popular Zig Zag trail.
Twilight bike park access expands the offering with evening riding on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights from 4-7pm. In addition, the downhill action heats up with a new Wednesday evening DH series, taking place every other week.
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It wasn't long ago that Steamboat Springs, CO didn't even allow "big-bikes" on its mountain. However a few years ago all that began to change along with the mountain's attitude towards gravity riding at the resort. In 2011, the Steamboat Resort began a transformation that some said would never happen. Gravity riding at Steamboat! Gravity Logic, the world leader in the design of progressive mountain bike trails, would assist the Steamboat crew in developing its freeride trails. If you haven't been to Steamboat lately, the Steamboat Bike Park is totally new and different from what riders have seen or experienced in the past and definitely worth checking out.
Steamboat Springs, CO – In the first weekend of the Enduro-X series at Stemboat Resort's Mountain Bike Park, the two-day, five-stage event winner was rightfully dominated by park manager Trevyn Newpher.
Steamboat Springs, CO – The Steamboat Resort introduced its new Steamboat Bike Park to rave reviews in 2012, and have been working hard to end 2013 on the same note. They're doing it right too, working in conjunction with legendary trail developers Gravity Logic, who are the masters behind the terrain parks at Whistler and Winter Park, just to name a few.
Steamboat Springs, CO – Coinciding with the Steamboat Springs Bike Week, the last weekend of racing for the EnduroX Series closed out with three big stages at Steamboat Bike Park. Each stage featured over 2,000 feet of elevation loss per stage with more bermed turns and jumps than you could shake a stick at.
Steamboat Springs, CO — A new era in mountain biking has started to take shape at the Steamboat Ski Resort as the much anticipated Steamboat Bike Park comes to life this summer. The Steamboat Bike Park, featuring downhill, freeriding bike terrain brings new high intensity biking adventure to the mix of cross country mountain fun. The Park is totally new and different from what riders have seen or experienced at Steamboat.
Steamboat Springs, CO — As the last snow melts and the flowers bloom, Steamboat turns from Ski Town, U.S.A.® to Bike Town, USA; and this season is extra special as the resort officially ushers in the Steamboat Bike Park, featuring downhill, freeriding bike terrain designed by industry leaders Gravity Logic. With new high intensity biking adventure added to the mix of casual mountain fun, Steamboat is the place to be this summer.
Steamboat Springs, CO — Downhill mountain bikers eager to ride Steamboat Springs will have to wait until next summer. In the face of a long U.S. Forest Service approval process, the downhill mountain bike park slated to be built on Mount Werner won’t be open until next spring at the earliest, a Steamboat Ski Area spokeswoman said today.