Mountain Biking in Colorado Springs – Solo or Corporate Event
When you are seeking out some adventure, open space, lots of trails for various skill levels, look no further than Colorado Springs. This hot spot mecca offers up outstanding vistas and spectacular panoramic views of Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak.
Whether it is a solo outdoor outing or your next corporate event that has you venturing out for the best mountain biking riding imaginable, consider any of these excellent trails.
1. HOGBACK RIDGE TRAIL
This Red Rock Canyon Open Space trail is 1.5 miles long and considered to be one of the most magnificent trails in this area. A steep climb greets you, along with some loose gravel. Enjoy the outstanding views of Colorado Springs as you pedal the peak ridge.
2. RED ROCK CANYON OPEN SPACE
Fifteen miles of excellent mountain biking offers up some fantastic points to view Morrison Formation, in what some call the secret Garden of the Gods, Red Rock Canyon Open Space. Intermediate riders will be awed by the unique challenges mixed with superb scenery.
3. GRANDVIEW TRAIL
Just as the name suggests, Grandview Trail is a two-mile adventure that gives mountain bikers lavish views of the Garden of the Gods, Pikes Peak, and Colorado Springs. Grandview Trail, located in Palmer Park, gives skilled, intermediate riders great rock features.
4. BUCKHORN LOOP
This North Cheyenne Canon loop provides superb views along its four miles. Buckle up for an intense 1.5 climb that will give mountain bikers outstanding area views. Silver Cascade Falls makes a brief appearance, but should you fly by too fast, you will not see it.
5. UTE TRAIL
This Garden of the Gods six-mile trail is only one of a few places to mountain bike. As you ride along, stop for a moment, grab your camera, and snap Morrison Formation. Ute trail is excellent for those just starting to mountain bike ride or seeking a calm ride.
6. GARDEN OF THE GODS BIKE TOUR
As you are enjoying your corporate event at The Broadmoor, and need a function to break up the session, consider booking a mountain biking adventure. If your group is local and fortunate to bring their mountain bikes, head out on a trip with the gang and see what you can find.
For those that do not have bikes, let the experience of the guides show you the ropes. Hop on a fat bike, grab a helmet, load it up and hold on as you head to a unique, single-track trail that the guide feels appropriate.
Travel along paved trails, two-wheels, and do not forget your camera when you explore some of the best landscapes, the Garden of the Gods has to offer. While this is not a technical trail, you will need to climb hills along bike lanes that reach altitude formations of 6,300.
This three, up to five-mile route leaves twice a day and lasts around two and a half hours. Included is transportation, so there is less worry when booking this extravagant outdoor mountain biking excursion.