The trail system provides both summer and winter use, making it one of the largest trail systems in the state. The Parks Department manages over 20 miles of hard surface, soft surface and single-track trails. All of our trails are multi-use trails, unless otherwise noted. Please follow all posted closures and permitted uses like walking, hiking, rollerblading, horseback riding and biking. The trail system provides an almost seamless system, interconnected between Aspen/Snowmass and down valley to Woody Creek and Basalt. While on the trails, be sure to take in all the natural surrounding beauty.





  • Please respect private property.
  • No motor vehicles.
  • Pets must be leashed at all times.
  • Bikes must signal when passing.
  • All trails are slow biking zones.
  • Obey all trail signs.
  • Camping, fires & use of
    firearms prohibited.
  • Bicycle users shall yield
    to horse riders and pedestrians; pedestrians shall yield to horse riders.
  • No littering.
  • Hunting is prohibited.

Public Easements: These trail easements provide citizens and visitors with some of the most underutilized and unknown trails in the system. These easements range from winter ski easements, fisherman easements and hiking. Most easements are bordered by private property - please remember to respect the owners who have granted this access to the public.