Breckenridge Hiking Trails
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The Summit County Interactive Trails Map displays the extensive recreational resources of Summit County, Colorado. This online map features resources managed by the County, as well as by our local and federal partners. Users can explore natural surface trails and their approved uses (e.g., hiking, biking, off-highway vehicle use), paved pathways in the Summit County Recreational Pathway (Recpath) System, trailheads, open space properties, U.S. Forest Service lands, federal Wilderness areas, BLM lands and County facilities.
The Interactive Trails Map can be accessed via desktop and mobile devices. View the full-size Summit County Interactive Trails Map or explore the embedded version below.
During the summer months, Peak 8 becomes Epic Discovery. Check out our trusty trail map detailing all the different singletrack you can cruise on. Take the lift up, ride your bike down. Daily operations are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (weather permitting). Helmets are recommended on all Breckenridge trails and can be rented at Peak 8.
Note: No parking at the Peak 8 base area. Free in-town parking at the gondola lots. Stay tuned for Peak 8 Fun Park opening dates.