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Mountain Biking at Keystone Mountain Biking at Keystone for Beginners

Trail Report

Trail Status: 100% Open Top to Bottom

 NEW Wall Ride

New and ready to ride - A new wall feature and further completion of Paid In Full Trail.

Trail Map

Click to view Keystone Trail Map or Bike Park Dates and Hours

                                    O - Open | C - Closed

Couple Mountain Biking in a Grassy Meadow

GreenTrail Tab

Single-track dirt trails, 18" – 36" wide, gentle grades (6%)
Open and forested areas, smaller embedded rocks, loose rocks, and tree roots
Requires basic mountain bike handling skills

Green Trails Table

Status Trail Name Trail Description
O Beans for Breakfast (.25 Mile) A wide, flowing introduction into berms and rollers.
O Bluegrass (.25 Mile) A fun, short single-track through the aspen groves and open ski runs.
Celtic Way  (.5 Mile) Connects Let it Ride to Bluegrass—winding & twisting across open ski trails and lodgepole pine forests. 
O Easy Street (.25 Mile) Easiest access to the River Run base area. Access from Jackstraw Road. Newly re-surfaced upper section.
O Girl Scouts (1.25 Mile) Turning single-track through lodgepole forest and across open ski trails. Great view of Lake Dillon.
O Let It Ride (2.75 Miles) A fun “roller coaster ride” across ski trails and through the woods.
O Ride On (.25 Mile) A fun shortcut between Let it Ride and Boy Scouts.
O Sleepy Hollow (.5 Mile) Rolling single-track through aspen & pines. This trail is also a good uphill route.
O Suz’s Cruise (1 Mile) Connects bottom of Girls Scouts to top of Mosquito Coast, Eye of the Tiger, and Let It Ride via a rolling, twisting single-track—short, but sweet. A great “Green” single-track experience.
O Timbers Trail (.25 Mile) Scenic shortcut through big pines along the Snake River between the Mountain House and River Run base area.
O Keystone Bike Path (6 miles to Dillon) Continuous paved trail network which extends from the Ski Tip Neighborhood to the River Course.
Keystone Mountain Biker

BlueTrail Tab

- Steeper grades (average 10%), larger rocks and roots
- May encounter moderate free-ride features: elevated bridges, berm turns, and small tabletop type features
- Requires good mountain bike handling skills

Blue Trails Table

Status Trail Name Trail Description
Boy Scouts   (.5 mile) Rolling single-track across ski trails and through lodgepole pines. Boy Scouts
O Eye of the Tiger (1.25 Mile) This rolling trail winds in and out of the forest and offers bridges, berms and rocks.
O Logger's Way (1.25 Mile) Fast and flowing trail with berms, small jumps and rollers. A great introduction to freeride terrain.
O Mosquito Coast (1.25 Mile) A fast and enjoyable ride across the mountain with options to try more difficult fereride features.
O River Run Trail (.75 Mile) Single-track trail that winds across ski runs leading to the base of the Summit Express Lift and River Run Gondola.
Summer Mountain Biking in Keystone

Black Trails - Most Difficult

- Most difficult, steep single-track trails, larger free-ride features
- May encounter stair-type drops that can be rolled down
- May encounter large rock gardens and roots
- Requires advanced mountain bike handling skills

Black Trails Table

Status Trail Name Trail Description
O Cowboy Up This short but sweet trail offers tight technical turns, log drops, and a huge rock garden.
O Money The name says it all—table tops & massive berm turns.
O Motorhead Flowing singletrack with berms, step jumps, table tops, bridges, and rocky descents.
O Paid-in-Full A newly designed trail that weaves in and out of trees with high-speed features & alternate lines.
O Punk Rock Short, technical, single-track boulder field.
O TNT Aggressive descent on overgrown mining and logging roads, offering alternate freeride features. Look for the Ida Belle’s mine off to your right.
Wild Thing A technical, narrow single-track, with tight twisting turns, steeps and rock drops through large aspen stands.
Down Hill Mountain Biking at Keystone

Double Black Trails - Expert

- May encounter extremely rocky, steep terrain
- Challenging free-ride features including skinny bridges, step-ups, drops, and large jump features
- These trails are designed for expert downhill bike riders

Double Black Trails Table

Status Trail Name Trail Description
O   Drop Zone  Challenging free-ride features including skinny bridges, step-ups, drops, and large jump features.
O Even Flow This is a steep trail with switchbacks and one of our longest northshore bridges with many unique feature options.
O Helter & Skelter This pair of trails utilize the steep terrain around an old power line, including some rocky descents and optional jumps.
O High Speed Dirt Tight winding turns through the woods and over some steeper rocky sections, with multiple options.
O Jam Rock Features and rocks galore—five larger jump options and a rocky forest with progressive line choices.
O Milky Way Flowing single-track with sweeping berm turns and multiple features for advanced riders.
O Sanitarium Rolling, fast, flowy downhill through the forest with our longest bridge ever leading to an exciting 14' tall corkscrew feature.
O  Wild Thing    A technical, narrow single-track, with tight twisting turns, steeps and rock drops through large aspen stands.

Service Roads

C - 3 P Road - (.5 mile) A dirt service road which accesses the beginning of Mosquito Coast and Let It Ride. Please use caution as you may encounter motorized vehicles and other riders.

C - Jackstraw Road - (6 miles) A dirt service road that goes to the Mountain House base area. Please use caution as you may encounter motorized vehicles.

C - Cadillac Road - (.5 mile) A dirt service road which accesses Gondola Mid Station, Sanitarium, Boy Scouts and Wild Thing. 

C - Jaybird Road - (.5 mile) A dirt service road which accesses Gondola Mid Station.

C - Keystone Gulch Road - Access to West Ridge and Colorado trail, unmaintained and unpatrolled, but great cross-country trails.

Contact Us:

Got a question for our bike crew? Email them at KeystoneBikePark@vailresorts.com
To learn more about bike rentals and lift tickets, call 800-354-4FUN (4386).

For more information, email any questions to keystoneinfo@vailresorts.com or call 970-496-4FUN (4386).


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