Weber Gulch Trail

Breckenridge, ColoradoTrail Maintenance Project
Weber Gulch Trail
Weber Gulch Trail

About Weber Gulch Trail

Dive into the heart of Breckenridge’s natural grandeur with the Weber Gulch Trail, a 6-mile marvel born from the collaboration between One Track Mind Foundation and the Town of Breckenridge Open Space & Trails. This blue-rated trail, ideal for moderate to intermediate explorers, forges a vital connection from the well-trodden Weber Gulch Trail to the thrilling Nightmare Trail.

Traversing the northern slopes of Baldy Mountain, the Weber Gulch Trail is a sanctuary of towering Douglas Fir and Engelmann Spruce trees. Cyclists and hikers will be treated to a historical journey, riding alongside century-old mining ditches and past remnants of Breckenridge’s rich mining heritage.

Strategically located in the Town of Breckenridge and Summit County Open Space, this multi-use treasure is ready to welcome mountain bikers of all ages, promising year-round adventure beneath the Bald Mountain tree line.

Weber Gulch on Trailforks.com
Singletrack, Two-way
Rollers, Berms, Tight Switchbacks

Project Partners

Town of Breckenridge
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.