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Park City Epic

Length: 
26
Units: 
m

Alps Trail Davos

This 27-mile (45 km) ride takes you across Sound-of-Music landscapes. Mostly singletrack, you’ll ride through alpine meadows, forested valleys and idyllic farmland. It all begins with a trip up the lift in Davos to the top of Jakobshorn Peak. From there, you’ll descend into the valley where you can enjoy free, fresh milk from a dairy farm and sample local cheeses.

Length: 
45
Units: 
km

Cooper's Gap

Length: 
27
Units: 
m

Olallie Ridge

Length: 
20
Units: 
m

Bernina Express

Photos by Stefan Eisend

Length: 
37
Units: 
km

Big South Fork/All 5 Ride

Length: 
33
Units: 
m

Douthat State Park

Length: 
40
Units: 
m

Waldo Lake Trail

Length: 
22
Units: 
m

Colorado Trail (southern segments)

Photos by Chris Bernhardt.

One of the few iconic long-distance trails that allow mountain biking, the Colorado Trail does not disappoint. Breathtaking views (literally as the trail crests nearly 12,500’ above sea level) are secondary only to the variety of singletrack encountered — taxing passages at high altitudes are interspersed with pine-needle duff lines weaving through the sub-alpine splendor. An amazing backcountry adventure awaits the hardy souls who tackle this nearly 75-mile segment, which ends in Durango, a town with knobby-tired roots.

Length: 
72
Units: 
m

Switchgrass Trail

For the Interstate-70 traveler, it is a 600-mile jaunt westward from Kansas City to Denver, from the edge of deciduous forest across grasslands to the base of the Rocky Mountains. Unexpectedly at about the 200-mile mark and just off the highway is a true backcountry mountain bike trail featuring diverse natural beauty and challenging trail features, complemented by lake views, sandstone formations and a trailhead with all the desirable amenities.

Length: 
10
Units: 
m
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