Rim Trail

Trail Overview

Difficulty: Advanced
Closure: Rim Trail North - Closed December 1st to May 16th
Uses: Mountain Biking, Hiking
Surface: Dirt
Length: 7.88 miles
Winter Conditions: Volunteer boot packed

Trails Accessed

  • Rim Trail North
  • Nature to South Rim Connector
  • Nature Trail

Trail Description

The Rim Trail is a Roaring Fork Valley Classic not only for its fun factor but also for the beautiful views along the entire trail, which traverses the west and north rims of Snowmass Village. This fast rolling, sinuous singletrack is not technically challenging, but is rated advanced for its steep climbs and aerobic demands. The Rim trail as a whole is referred to in two sections: Rim Trail South and Rim Trail North. Rim Trail South travels approximately 3.8 miles in a Northerly direction before intersecting Sinclair Road and tying into the Rim Trail North. South to North is the recommended direction of travel. The entire Rim Trail has a high amount of usage so be aware of oncoming foot and bike traffic. Please stay on the trail and respect the private property that lies to either side of the trail. Dogs must be on leash at all times on all Town trails, and please be courteous and clean up after your dog. Leash law strictly enforced.

Trail Location

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Rim Trail