Up here, biking is a culture. Up here, we bike for fun, we bike to work, we bike to exercise, and we bike to experience the beauty of Steamboat Springs. Steamboat truly embodies its moniker, Bike Town USA® and it’s time to get up here and be a part of it.
Diversity is the name of the game in Steamboat Springs, with something for all levels and all riding preferences. Hop on the family-friendly Yampa River Core Trail for a relaxing cruise along the river. Explore our scenic cross country singletrack or hit the Steamboat Bike Park and downhill trails on Mount Werner. The smooth country roads offer endless rides through the Yampa Valley. With a variety of two-wheeled adventures up for grabs, how will you bike the 'Boat?
Bike Town USA
Check out more information on biking in Steamboat below or visit Bike Town USA for details on trails and initiatives.
Get Up Here and Bike the 'Boat
Book our Bike the 'Boat package! Buy two nights or more and get one additional night free, plus save on bike rentals and bike lift tickets at the Steamboat Bike Park.
- Valid for stays June 11 - September 27, 2015
- 2 night minimum stay
- Buy one Adult Gondola ticket, get one free
- Save 20% on bike lift tickets, bike rentals and more at Steamboat Bike Shop
With hundreds of miles of singletrack across just about every type of terrain imaginable, Steamboat Springs is a cross-country mountain biker’s paradise.
Rising above downtown Steamboat is the easily accessible and infinitely exciting Emerald Mountain, filled with technical, rewarding rides topped off with scenic views. Trails throughout the Yampa Valley wind along babbling creeks, across meadows of wildflowers and take you to the top of the Continental Divide. View All Trails
The Steamboat Bike Park features over 50 miles of downhill and freeride bike terrain for all ability levels, bringing a new high intensity biking environment to Steamboat. Trails feature everything from dirt jumps and rock drops to wooden features and dirt berms, all accessible from an enjoyable ride up the gondola.
The Bike Park offers lessons as well as bike and gear rentals so novice to expert can experience the downhill fun. View More on Steamboat Bike Park
The Bear River Bike Park garnered international attention in 2013 when it earned, via a national voting process, the coveted Bell Built grant to complete its jump lines.
The park now boasts beginner, intermediate and advanced dirt features and a fun, family-friendly atmosphere.
The Yampa River Core Trail is a 7.5-mile paved multi-use trail that runs through the heart of Steamboat Springs and along the Yampa River.
The Yampa River Botanic Park, Alpine Slide, Howelsen Ice Arena, horseback rides, tube rentals, the Bud Werner Memorial Library, restaurants, art galleries and downtown shops are easily accessible from the Core Trail. View More on the Core Trail
During the winter, Lake Catamount, Howelsen Hill and many other areas allow snow bikes on their trails. Snow biking is a rapidly growing sport where bikes with larger and fatter tires are used to enjoy the snowy trails.
Riders can also rent fat tire bikes at the Lake Catamount Touring Center.