About 20 km of multi-use trails are available for fat biking. Bikers share 15 km of beautiful single-track classic ski trails and the 5 km snowshoe trail Breaking Free which offers fantastic views of the Squirrel River. Visit our Trails and Conditions Page here for up-to-date trail grooming reports.
Winter Park Fat Bike Trail Etiquette
Only ride on designated trails: All Wilderness Trails (Big Pine, Cedar Creek, Tamarack Pond) and Breaking Free Snowshoe Trail.
Fat bikes must have tires at least 3.8 inches wide.
Tire pressure should be low enough (often as little as 5 psi) to give sufficient flotation so that you can travel over snow without leaving a rut deeper than 1/2 inch. If this is not possible, please do not proceed onto trails and promptly notify Winter Park staff.
Do not proceed onto trails if you have insufficient traction to be able to safely control your bike and ride in a straight line. Notify Winter Park staff.
Ride on the firmest part of the trail.
Do not ride on or in the classic tracks.
If walking up a hill, always walk as far to the left as possible.
Call out and walk your bike when approaching all other users.
Skiers don’t have brakes but you do! If overtaking a skier, do so as slowly as possible, preferably on foot.
Be an ambassador for the sport: be safe, stay polite, educate skiers and other riders, discourage bad behavior and always follow the rules.
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