Winter Fat Bike Rides

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Ever wondered what 4″ wide tires would do on the snow?  Well here’s your chance to ride one of our fat bikes on a spectacular guided ride through the snowy high country.   Dress warm and in layers, kinda like you’re going skiing.

What are the ride options?

We have several to choose from, starting with the S-Mountain trails.  Right out the back door these will combine some dirt with the snow. 1-4 hours.

Next up is Marshall Pass Rd.  Climb to the pass or part way it’s up to you.  The best part are the views of the Sangre de Cristo’s on the way back down.  Or, connect to Poncha Creek Rd. for a 21 mile loop. 2-5 hours.

St Elmo would be a great starting point for a ride out to Hancock and back. 2-3 hours.

Customize your ride.  As long as there is no avalanche danger any of our guides are able to show you the way, in the snow.

Miles: 2-30

Duration:  1-5 hours

Difficulty:  Intermediate to Advanced

Trails:  Snow covered singletrack to snow covered dirt roads

Rates: $135 per person.  Includes: fat tire mountain bike; guide; shuttle; snack; and water bottle. (Two person minimum. Solo riders $60 up-charge)