A short but sweet route along Brush Creek, the Nature Trail travels through lush riparian zones, wildflower filled meadows, and aspen and conifer stands, providing a small example of most ecosystem types found nearby in the surrounding Rocky Mountains. The Nature Trail is rated advanced for it’s technical challenges for mountain bikers, but is not too terribly challenging for hikers. Please note that the Nature Trail is closed to Mountain Biking daily between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. for Aspen Center for Environmental Studies guided nature hikes. The Nature Trail lies on a narrow easement, so please stay on the trails and respect the private property that lies to either side of the trails. Dogs must be on leash at all times on all Town trailss, and please be courteous and clean up after your dog. Leash law enforced.
Parking at Snowmass Village Mall. View posted parking restrictions.Map Location of Parking Lot
Snowmass Village has everything you need to gear up for cycling. Local shops offer the latest in bike rentals and gear.
Riders of all abilities can take advantage of mountain biking clinics to work on everything from feeling comfortable on two-wheels to fine-tuning downhill freeriding techniques.
Snowmass Village is a cycling community at the core. Weekly races offer a fantastic way to meet and mingle with local cyclists while giving you the opportunity to challenge yourself to a personal best.
Getting to Snowmass is easy and getting to the trailhead is even easier. Snowmass Village boasts plentiful free parking at multiple locations making it hassle-free to get out of your vehicle and on to your ride.