Have you heard Winter Park is Mountain Bike Capital USATM all year long?! Yep, fat biking is the latest way to play with two wheels on snow-packed trails. There are literally hundreds of miles of trail options for you to ride, easily accessed from downtown. Check out these options in the Winter Park area:
Beavers Sports Shop at the Best Western Hotel offers fat bike rentals for the huge trail system here in Winter Park. There are literally hundreds of miles of options for you to ride. Stop in and try out a bike. Trails are just a short ride from our shop. Open every day from 8am to 6pm. Reservations are accepted. 970.726.5988
Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa rents bicycles equipped with enormous, fat tires that enable the rider to plow through the snow. For $45 you can test your winter riding skills on 20k of biking dedicated trails. Wear appropriate footwear, similar to snowshoeing, and dress in layers as you’ll work up a sweat. No reservations. First come first served. 970.726.8231
Epic Mountain Sports: Can’t stand the thought of putting your bike away for Winter? Visit Epic Mountain Sports to try out a Fat Bike and ride year round! Even on days when you can’t take out your fat skies you can hit the trail on a fat bike for a totally new & exciting fall/winter/spring experience. 970.726.2868
Icebox Mountain Sports rents fat bikes which you can take to explore the hundreds of miles of famed Mountain Bike Capital USA™ trails in the Fraser Valley. It’s recommended that you stick to more hard pack trails. When you rent the bike the experienced staff can give you the low down. Four hours $39, 8 hours $44, or 24 hours $59. 970.722.7780
Snow Mountain Ranch – YMCA of the Rockies rents fat bikes from their Nordic Center. Bikes come in three different adult sizes. Rates are $60/full-day, $40/half-day or $20/hour and includes helmet rental. There are 10km of groomed trails that are exclusively for fat tire bikes. For more info, call the Nordic Center at 888.573.9622.
Now I have my fat bike, where can I play?? CLICK HERE for a winter trails map and be on your way!