Difficult Biking Trails

Wheeler Trail
A challenging ascent over the Tenmile Range.

Distance: 26 miles loop
Elevation Gain: 3,305 feet
Directions: From the intersection of Main Street and Ski Hill Road/Lincoln Avenue drive west to Park Avenue. Turn right and follow Park Avenue a short distance to Watson Avenue. Turn right and Park in the large lot on the right. Ride south on Park Avenue to Village Road. Turn right. Follow to the Beaver Run Resort and the base of Peak 9 at the ski resort. Follow the access road that climbs Peak 9. Continue for 5.5 miles to the Wheeler Trail marked by a rock pile. Turn right and follow the trail over the Ten Mile Range to Copper Mountain. At Copper Mountain pick up the paved path and follow it along I-70 through Frisco and back to Breckenridge. The trail ends at the parking area.

Dyersville
A challenging ride through the abandoned mining town of Dyersville.

Distance: 16 miles loop
Elevation Gain: 1,600 feet
Directions: From the intersection of Main Street and Ski Hill Road/Lincoln Avenue drive west to Park Avenue. Turn right and follow Park Avenue a short distance to Watson Avenue. Turn right and Park in the large lot on the right. Ride south on Main Street to Boreas Pass Road. Turn left and follow the road up 8.9 miles and look for the fork to the across the road from some dilapidated cabins. Ride .5 miles and turn left on the spur to Dyersville. Follow the trail to Highway 9. Turn right and follow through Main Street though Breckenridge and back to Watson Avenue and the parking area.

Spruce Creek Loop
A challenging loop in the Spruce Creek Drainage.

Distance: 3.5 miles loop
Elevation Gain: 800 feet
Directions: From the intersection of Main Street and Ski Hill Road/Lincoln Avenue drive south on Main Street 2.1 miles to Spruce Creek Road. Turn left and follow 1.4 miles to the trailhead. Follow Spruce Creek Road up for 1.2 miles to a four way intersection. Turn right and follow for 1 mile to Crystal Lakes Road. Turn right to complete the loop and ride down to the trailhead.

For more information on what to do during the summer, contact the Breck Information Specialists at (877) 864-0868. While in town, stop by the Breckenridge Welcome Center at 203 S. Main Street. You can also fill out our activity request form to receive more information or view, download or order the Breck Connection Vacation Planner.

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