Mountain Biking In Eagle
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 mountain biking. 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.
Every year, certain trails in the Eagle area are subject to seasonal wildlife closures. In the winter, deer and elk are stressed while trying to walk through deep snow searching for limited food in cold temperatures. If you encounter deer or elk in open space or urban areas during any time of the year, please do not approach them or force them to move due to your presence. To learn more about which trails are subject to seasonal wildlife closures, please see the trail information section on the Town of Eagle Website. Thank you for respecting wildlife!
Looking for more mountain biking trail and map information? Check out the trailforks maps below or the trailforks app.