Breckenridge Gold Run Nordic Center
With 30K of impeccably groomed classic and skate cross-country ski trails, 15K of snowshoe trails, fat biking, sleigh rides, ski lessons for all abilities, newly remodeled clubhouse, and well-stocked retail shop, the Gold Run Nordic Center promises a great time for all. The Gold Run Nordic Center recently doubled it’s fat bike rental fleet due to the surge in fat biking popularity. Guests can conveniently rent fat bikes at the nordic center before heading out on the trails. A Gold Run Nordic Center pass is required to access the trails.
Fat Bikers can take advantage of the free, groomed Blue River Recreation path between Breckenridge and Frisco, and additional groomed trails in the iconic Golden Horseshoe. Recently, an additional three miles of groomed trail were added to allow guests to explore wide-open spaces and historic mining sites by snowshoe, ski, fat bike, or simply hiking on their own two feet.
Breckenridge has a great network of trails to choose from, many of which you can get to straight from downtown. Most fat bikers find that groomed, packed trails are needed for fat biking, so check the current conditions before heading out to be sure the trails are dry and usable. Be sure to brush up on Breckenridge’s winter trail use guidelines before you head out into the backcountry.
Fat Biking Trail Etiquette