Trails

Blue Sky Adventures Canyon Bikes

Glenwood Canyon bike path –

open

TRAIL STATUS AS OF 10/03/22 @ 8:00 AM

The Glenwood Canyon Bike Path gives you the perfect access to the pristine views of Glenwood Canyon and the Colorado River. This trail is appropriate for all abilities and ages. The bike path goes along the entire length of the Glenwood Canyon and includes access to Hanging Lake Hiking Trail (PERMIT REQUIRED), Grizzly Creek Hike, and the Jess Weaver Trail. There are six rest areas that you will travel through and are as follows: No Name, Grizzly Creek, Shoshone, Hanging Lake, Bair Ranch, Dotsero. The Glenwood Canyon Bike path is the perfect place to take in the views, watch the wildlife, have a picnic, and enjoy the ride.

Trail Details 
• Uses: Road Biking, Walking, Jogging, and Rollerblading
• Surface: Pavement
• Length: 16.2 miles one way from Glenwood Springs to Dotsero
• Ability Rating: Green
• Usage: Heavy Use
• Dogs permitted, but they need to be leashed

 

 


 

RIO GRANDE TRAIL –
OPEN

 

The Rio Grande Trail runs all the way from Glenwood Springs to Aspen, Colorado. The Rio Grande is 42 miles in total and is it’s own standalone path. The only vehicular traffic you will encounter is at intersections. The Rio Grande trail is rails to trail project that was constructed on an old railroad bed. Because of this the trail is virtually flat and will no exceed a 3% grade. The trail goes through multiple towns that have great access to breweries & distilleries, restaurants, and art galleries.

Trail Details 
• Uses: Road Biking, Horseback Riding, Walking, Jogging, and Rollerblading
• Surface: Pavement (Over 30 miles) Packed Gravel (Roughly 10 miles | From Woody Creek to Aspen)
• Length: 42 miles one way from Glenwood Springs to Aspen
• Ability Rating: Green
• Usage: Heavy Use
• Dogs permitted, but they need to be leashed