Enjoy Fall on Two Wheels

Fall Biking in Winter Park

Autumn may be the best season in the Rocky Mountains. September and October bring bluebird days to the high country, with clear skies and sunshine still keeping the weather warm in Winter Park.

The aspen trees are beginning to change to their fall colors as well, with brilliant autumn hues of red, gold and orange accenting the mountainsides. The crisp autumn weather also makes for some of the best bike riding of the season, which makes Fall sensational for fall biking.

Our 600+ miles of local trails should remain clear of snow for several weeks to come, which means the biking stays hot even as the weather cools. Here are our favorite ways to enjoy Winter Park this fall:

Bike Parks

The area bike parks still have plenty of pedaling fun in store this Fall. The lift-served downhill park at Bike Granby Ranch stays open through September, which includes access to both downhill and cross-country bike trails at the resort. Enjoy even more bike fun at the Trestle Bike Park at Winter Park Resort, which is also open through September!

Off The Beaten Path

Ultimately, the best way to enjoy autumn is to just get up here and ride! From the crisp clear weather to the changing colors on the mountainsides, fall is a particularly perfect time to be on a bike. Whether you’re dominating the downhill at one of our bike parks or shredding the singletrack on our hundreds of miles of area trails!

Looking for more?  Explore a list of some of the best fall bike rides in the area, from the beginner-friendly Fraser to Granby Trail to the challenging climb up Rogers Pass.