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Breckenridge Ski Area: Ski Area: SkiSee separate trails map Maggie
LincolnLincolnLincoln Ave Ave
To Peak 7, Peak 7, PeakPeaks Trail, and CR3 and CR3 and
Coyne Valley (CR3) Valley (CR3) Valley
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Kings Crown Rd
CRCRC 450 / Huron Rd
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AdamsAdams St St
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RecRec Center Center
LegendTrailhead and Parking
Route to Trailhead
Point of Interest
Starting Point for alldirections to Trailheads (Lincoln Ave. and Main St.)
resources:FOR TRAILS outside breckenridge: Please consult maps from Summit County, the U.S. Forest Service, or navigational maps such as those produced by Latitude 40 or National Geographic for more detailed information on connecting trails or topography. They are available for purchase at most outdoor gear shops.
TRAILHEADS: NOTE: THE FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS BEGIN FROM THE INTERSECTION OF MAIN AND SKI HILL ROAD/LINCOLN AVE (RED STAR ON CENTER OF MAP ON LEFT). BLACK DOTS INDICATE THE BEST ROUTE.
Go west on Ski Hill Road for about 750 feet then turn right on Park Avenue. Continue for 900 feet, then turn right on Watson Avenue, then immediately right into the skier parking lot. The Watson Trailhead is located on the western side of the lot.
Riverwalk Trailhead AND BRECKENRIDGEWelcome Center:
Go west on Ski Hill Road to Park Avenue , then turn left. Stay on Park Avenue for 450 feet then turn left at the intersection with Four OClock Road. The trailhead is located in the northeast corner of the parking lot accessing the River-walk Center. The Welcome Center can be found directly across the river to the east.
Go west on Ski Hill Road to Park Avenue then turn left. Stay on Park Avenue for 450 feet then turn right at Four OClock Road. Continue uphill on Four OClock Road for .3 miles. At the intersection of Four OClock Road and Kings Crown Road, turn left and the trailhead is located immediately on the right next to the Snowflake Lift.
Illinois Creek Trailhead:
Go south on Main Street for .6 miles to Boreas Pass Road (last stoplight). Turn left on Boreas Pass Road and travel for 1400 feet. Take a right into the second entrance of the parking lot next to the Stephen C. West Ice Arena (which can be seen on the right). The trailhead is located in the southeastern corner of the parking lot.
Carter Park Trailhead:
Go east on Lincoln Avenue for 1000 feet until it intersects with High Street. Turn right on High Street and continue until the road dead ends at Carter Park. The trailhead is located on the eastern end of the Carter Park parking lot.
Iowa Hill Trailhead:
Go west on Ski Hill Road to Park Avenue. Turn right. Stay on Park Avenue for .6 miles until a traffic light at Airport Road. Turn left. Continue past the intersection with Valley Brook Road (stop sign). After 1500 feet, look for the trail-head sign on your left. From the sign, follow the dirt road to the north (right) to the small parking area at the end.
Nordic Center Trailhead (no dogs!):
Go west on Ski Hill Road towards Peak 8 Ski Area Base, approximately 1 mile west from intersection of Main and Lincoln. Nordic Center parking area is on right, approximately 700 yards past the Shock Hill entrance/bridge.
rec center Trailhead:
Go west on Ski Hill Road to Park Avenue. Turn right. Stay on Park Avenue for .6 miles until a traffic light at Airport Road. Turn left. After ap-proximately 200 yards, turn right into the Rec Center parking lot.
1. Technical Trail Features (TTFs):Technical trail features, also known as freeride features, are constructed, OPTIONAL trail facilities (such as ladder bridges, teeter totters, wall rides, etc.) that offer mountain bikers a chance to test their riding skills. The Towns Fre-eride Park, located adjacent to the Four Oclock Trail and Grandview Drive, contains multiple TTFs and dirt jumps. You may also encounter marked TTFs in other loca-tions, such as the B-Line Trail. All features are designed for mountain bike use only and are strictly optional. Difficulty ratings and signage will help direct users to the features that match their skill level.
REMEMBER: RIDING TECHNICAL TRAIL FEATURES IS A HIGH RISK, HAZARDOUS ACTIVITY. USE OF THESE FEA-TURES IS DONE SO AT YOUR OWN RISK.
2. Stay on the trails at all times:Going off-trail even a little bit can damage or destroy sensitive areas. Dont pick flowers or disturb wildlife.
3. Be Courteous: Bikers must yield to pedestrians and equestrians. An uphill rider has the right of way. Announce yourself when approaching. Saying hello, please, and thank you go a long way!
4. Pick up after your dog: Its the law in Summit County, and the right thing to do.
5. leave no trace:If its muddy or closed, dont use it. Never create detours around mud. Dont litter.
6. No dogs allowed in Cucumber Gulch: This preserve is a protected wetland area with critical habitat, so no pets are allowed. Violators will be ticketed.
7. Be aware of changing conditions: It can go from sunshine to thunderstorms in a moment, so check the weather and be prepared for a change. Always wear sunscreen.
8. Plan ahead, use at your own risk: Know where you are going and make sure others know your plans. You use these trails at your own risk. This map is for planning only and may not indicate all changes in trails.
9. breckenridge open space:The Town of Breckenridge Open Space and Trail program is overseen by a citizen commission, the Breckenridge Open Space Advisory Committee. BOSAC guides Town staff on the acquisition, use, and maintenance of open space in Brecken-ridge. For more information, call 970/547-3155.
welcome!We created this map to illustrate the many public trails accessible directly from the center of Breckenridge. They offer a wide variety of experiences for all types of users, and include gentle paths to challenging singletrack. These trails are a public resource for your enjoyment, and take great effort to maintain. You can help us ensure they remain open by following all signs, staying on the trail, never littering, being courteous, picking up after your dog, and using them at your own risk.
what to look for:Posts like these mark the start of each Breckenridge Town Trail. Please observe all signs!
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10. friends of breckenridge trails: The Friends of Breckenridge Trails program offers volunteer opportunities to benefit the local trails, including an adopt a trail program, scheduled summer workdays, team building exercises, and other chances to give back to your favorite singletrack. We can also schedule a volunteer opportunity for you, your company, or your family and friends.
Please call us at 970/547-3155 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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