For those unfamiliar with fat biking, it involves riding a specially designed bike with oversized tires that allow riders to navigate through snow-covered terrain. Fat bikes are typically used on groomed trails, but they can also handle more challenging backcountry routes.
Ridgway has a variety of fat biking trails, including the groomed trails at Ridgway State Park. These trails are open to fat bikers throughout the winter season and offer a variety of terrain, from gentle slopes to more challenging hills. The park also offers equipment rentals for those who do not have their own fat bike.
Another popular fat biking destination in Ridgway is the Dallas Divide area. This area offers a network of groomed trails that wind through snow-covered forests and mountains, providing a unique and thrilling fat biking experience. The trails range in difficulty, making it suitable for riders of all skill levels.
For those looking for a more adventurous fat biking experience, the backcountry trails at Owl Creek Pass offer a true wilderness experience. These trails wind through some of the most remote and stunning parts of Ridgway, providing an unforgettable fat biking adventure.
So, hop on your fat bike and explore the winter wonderland of Ridgway, Colorado.
The Ridgway Area Chamber of Commerce promotes business and community development in the Town of Ridgway and the surrounding area. The Ridgway Visitor Center, located at 150 Racecourse Road, Ridgway, Colorado 81432 (across from Citizens Bank off of HWY 62), The visitor center is closed as of October 1st and will reopen Memorial Day weekend.
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Ridgway, Colorado 81432