Peaks Trail

White River National Forest, ColoradoTrail Maintenance Project
Peaks Trail
Peaks Trail
Peaks Trail
Peaks Trail
Peaks Trail

About Peaks Trail

The Peaks Trail, a jewel in the White River National Forest and a favorite among mountain bikers. With OTM at the helm, partners rallied to reconstruct an unsustainable trail section and rebuild several key bridges across South Barton Gulch drainages. Under the guidance of the US Forestry Service’s Dillon Ranger District, a six-person youth trail crew led these efforts, with the Rocky Mountain Youth Corps providing both manpower and enthusiasm. This 8-mile trail is an essential link between Breckenridge and Frisco, offering riders a journey through the heart of Colorado’s natural splendor.

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Singletrack, Two-way
Bridge Crossings, Flow and Tech, Great Views

Project Partners

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps
U.S. Forestry Service
Creating Longevity

Empower Youth, Sustain Trails

Your contribution empowers local youth to take part in the stewardship of our trails, instilling a sense of responsibility and pride as they maintain and improve these vital outdoor spaces. With each donation, you’re not only keeping the trails alive; you’re investing in the hands-on education and development of young guardians of the environment. Support our mission and watch our trails — and their youthful caretakers — thrive.