New Hiking and Biking Trails in Steamboat Springs
The trails in Steamboat Springs are getting better and better. Steamboat’s 2A Trail Program focuses efforts over a 10-year period to trail-related projects in the Steamboat Springs area, including on-mountain trails, as well as in-town pathways and connections. Trail building started in 2014-2015 and continues today. The effort means trail-focused guests to Steamboat Springs enjoy miles of seamlessly connected multi-use trails in several network “pockets” in and around town. Emerald Mountain trails are a quick ride from downtown Steamboat Springs and feature a variety of difficulty levels. Buffalo Pass trails can be accessed from Dry Lake Campground off County Road 38 and can be connected to create big loops and can even funnel you all the way down into town.
New Trails on Buffalo Pass
New Trails on Emerald Mountain
To learn more about these trails and start planning out your next epic ride, use the interactive maps below.