Crested Butte Fat Biking: Teddys Winter Trail

In Fat Biking Guide by Eric Phillips

Teddys Trail is a great addition to the Fat Bike Trails around Crested Butte. This trail, new in 2018 offers a fun loop with spectacular views and is in close proximity to a handful of other Fat Bike trails,  


Difficulty:Intermediate
Approx. Time30 minutes per loop
Elevation Gain:400 ft
Groomed :Yes
RT Length2.25 miles
Snow Machine Traffic:None
Travel Time to TH:5 minutes

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Directions

From Crested Butte take Gothic Road north from town for 4 miles until you reach the end of the road. Park at the Snodgrass trailhead where there is a bathroom, bustop, and signage.


Route

Starting from the Snodgrass trailhead, head up Snodgrass road, around the retaining pond, past Teddys Summer Trail, and to the base of the first real climb. Here Teddy’s Trail turns off on the right and goes for a 1.5 mile loop through aspens forest and rolling terrain offering great views of Gothic Valley and Crested Butte. This loop can be ridden in both ways and is groomed specifically for Fat Bikes. If you’re looking for more terrain link it with North Village, Snodgrass Road, or Gothic Road.


Notes

Teddys is a dog friendly trail, if you bring a furry friend along make sure to pick up after them. Yield to other trail users on the road. Avoid riding on the tail if warm temperatures or if you are sinking into the snow.


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