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The Rio Grande Trail starts from our parking lot and offers gentle, scenic riding from Aspen to Glenwood Springs. Look for the Woody Creek Tavern about seven miles in, a locals’ favorite watering hole and restaurant that will fuel you for the ride back to Aspen, or continue on to Basalt or Carbondale and experience the small town-feel of our valley with shopping and dining options galore. If you get tuckered out along the way we can recommend bike-friendly limo services or bus information to get you back in comfort.
The East Aspen Trail winds up towards Independence Pass and passes through the Northstar Preserve for a short, scenic ride out of Aspen.
Out of Aspen ride up Maroon Creek road about ten miles to the Maroon Bells for a spectacular Rocky Mountain vista and a smooth coast back into town.
Ride up Castle Creek road about twelve miles to the historic ghost-town of Ashcroft for a ride that offers challenge with breaks, and you can visit the Toklat Gallery or the beautiful Pine Creek Cookhouse before cruising back into town.
For the knobby tire crowd, Ride up Smuggler Mountain Road and explore the Hunter Creek Valley for a great mountain ride on fire roads and singletrack that will get the adrenaline thumping without scaring the pants of you.
Tackle the twenty-mile ride to the summit of Independence Pass with just over 4,000 feet of vertical gain. The views at the top are to die for, and the descent will have the heart pumping!
Traverse from Snowmass Village to Aspen on Government Trail, a singletrack trek that send you through rock gardens and some of the fastest buttery-smooth turns you can find near Aspen. Catch it in the Fall for a golden canopy of aspen trees that will awe you.
Access the Sunnyside trail from the Hunter Creek Valley for some technical downhill and breathtaking turns.
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