Feeling like a million bucks is easy on Eagle’s world-class mountain bike trails! Our trail system is unique, with over 100 miles of singletrack. Built with all levels of riders in mind, your journey will take you over a variety of winding singletrack through high desert, aspen groves and dense, fragrant evergreen forests. Being the banana belt of the Rockies has its advantage too. Our town-owned open space trails are open April 15-December 15 every year, yielding about 4 more months of riding then our mountain town neighbors. BLM trails such as Boneyard, Redneck Ridge and the first 2 loops of the Haymaker Trail stay open year-round. The descent of Pool & Ice rink is closed but lower pool and ice rink is open up to the BLM Gate.
Eagle is located directly off I-70, so staying and riding with us is easy and affordable!
This ride begins with a twisty single track on Abrams Ridge. After descending Elmer’s there is a short climb up School House Rock to end the ride. Map + Info >
Abrams Ridge presents some challenges both physically and technically as the starting section for this ride. Eventually becomes less technical and more straightforward. 9.7 miles, difficult. Map + Info >
Abrams Ridge starts off this ride with some physical and technical uphill. Some sections may need to be walked, and there is some exposure. 10 miles, very difficult. Map + Info >
Professionally built to host the Colorado High School Cycling League State Championships, the Haymaker Trail incorporates everything from fast, flat lower sections to a steep, windy slalom-style descent. 5.4 miles, easy. Map + Info >
This trail is one of the shortest, most to the point rides in West Eagle. It is a good starter ride to see what riding in West Eagle is all about. 7.7 miles, very difficult. Map + Info >
Hardscrabble and Pipeline offer a glimpse into the variety Eagle’s trails have to offer. Pipeline in particular offers some of the most scenic sections in Eagle. 11 miles, moderate. Map + Info >
Second Gulch offers the shortest route that includes Pipeline. However, cutting out most of Hardscrabble Road means steeper climbs over a shorter distance. 10.38 miles, moderate. Map + Info >
This is a very simple trail with few turns. The ride up Second Gulch is gradual until the end when it starts to climb rapidly. The last half mile is steep and may warrant a bike walk. 5.8 miles, difficult. Map + Info >
This trail is a great introduction to mountain biking in Eagle. Along with Riddle/ Wall this trail demonstrates the challenges and joys of the sport, all within a short, closed loop. Map + Info >