Thursday, December 13, 2012

Terrain parks that allow skibikes in Colorado

Not all Colorado ski resorts that allow snow bikes on their slopes permit them in their terrain parks.  Most that prohibit them do so to manage safety concerns.

A number of large and small ski resorts in Colorado still welcome them in their parks.

Durango Mountain Resort - Located in southwest Colorado and home of the annual festival, there are no terrain park restrictions.  Peggers must wear foot skis while riding certain restricted chair lifts.

Snowmass - One of Aspen's four mountains and home of the Winter X Games, bikers are welcome in all of their terrain parks.

Telluride - Located in the San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado, bikers are welcome to ride in all of their terrain parks.

Arapahoe Basin - Located in Summit County along Colorado's Front Range, bikers are welcome in all their terrain parks.  They are limited to riding the front side of A-Basin and three front-side lifts.  No bikes on the Pali lift.

New for the 2012 -2013 ski season - skibikes will no longer be permitted in the Keystone terrain parks.  The new policy at Vail Resorts prohibit bikes in all VR terrain parks.

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