Eagle is surrounded by town owned open space as well as Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and US Forest Service lands. We have over 100 miles of pristine singletrack for mountain biking, hiking, trail running and horseback riding in summer and snowshoeing, Nordic skiing and backcountry skiing in winter.
However you choose to use the trails, please make sure you are a responsible trail users. Read the IMBA Rules of The Trails here. And remember, if its muddy its closed!
Eagle is quickly becoming known for its mountain biking trail network, and with a riding season that stretches from March through November, it’s no wonder. Every trailhead is accessible on bike from anywhere in town. We like to say, “Your driveway is your trailhead.”
From short loops with the kids to epic backpacking adventures, the hiking trails in and around Eagle offer something for everyone.
All of our trails are multi-use, so take your bike for a spin one day and lace up your running shoes the next. The opportunities for outdoor adventure on Eagle’s trails are limitless.
Eagle is a ranching community and you’ll likely encounter horses on your ride, run or hike. If that looks appealing to you, saddle up for a different kind of adventure. Remember, bikers and hikers always yield to equestrians.
The Town of Eagle, along with the surrounding area, has motorized access for 4x4s and ATV/UTVs, as well as some singletrack.
The snow doesn’t slow us down here in Eagle! Try snowshoeing, Nordic skiing or fat biking and get out and enjoy our winter climate.