Dogs must be leashed at all times in the Hunter-Fryingpan Wilderness. The end of the trail follow it across the parking area straight to Sleigh Ride Trail. Find a park. Follow Village Bound a short ways to a left back on Government Trail. Cyclists return to Aspen via the Rio Grande Trail. Rim Trail South Connector Trail (Closed to bikes 10 am-3pm). Sky Mountain Park area trails: Ditchline Trail, Viewline Trail, Deadline Trail, and Highline Trail along with the Rim Trail (North) have a seasonal wildlife closure from Dec. 1 – May 15.

This legacy Ranch owned by the late Bob Beattie, founder of skiing's World Cup is a special piece of heaven. Snowmass Village, CO – Hard – 24 Miles – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike – Dirt. In less than 100 yards, go left onto Nature Trail (*Nature Trail is closed to bikes 10 am-3 pm). Official Snowmass Loop follows: Town Park > Brush Creek Trail (Paved) > Ditchline Trail > Viewline Trail > Deadline Trail (Downhill Only) > Highline Trail > Tom Blake Trail > Powerline Trail > Government Trail > Cross Mountain Trail (Trestle) > Thonton Work Road > Village Bound Trail > West Government Trail > Ditch Trail > Sleigh Ride Trail > Nature Trail (Closed to bikes 10 am-3pm) > Rim Trail South Connector Trail (Closed to bikes 10 am-3pm) > Rim Trail > Horse Ranch Trail > Town Park.

It skirts the meadow before turning back into thick timber and climbing steeply above it on a SE arc near the upper valley rim. We are here to lift you up and keep you safe during COVID-19.

The Woody Creek turnoff is approximately 7 miles west of Aspen and .75 miles west of Brush Creek Road (Snowmass Village turnoff) on Highway 82. Group size is limited to 15 individuals (or 25 with people +. Aspen–Snowmass Village–Woody Creek Loop This loop begins in charming downtown Aspen, and take in scenic ranchland en route to Snowmass Village, before descending to charming Woody Creek. Long segments of this trail are vague and potentially hard to follow with snow cover. The last 8.7 miles on Woody Creek Road / #18 / #103 are narrow, winding and susceptible to falling rock. Take a sharp right turn (2.6 miles from the highway) onto Woody Creek Road / #18 / FDR Road #103. Only used to identify you to ProTrails. Cut logs and notches on trees offer regular and reliable guidance along the entire trail. Check out our updated policies and procedures.

While no one landmark stands out the trail features verdant forests, large meadows and great views across the Hunter-Fryingpan and Maroon Bells wilderness areas from high points along the way. Trail Photos Fishing is permitted on Woody Creek and Hunter Creek with a valid Colorado fishing license. Find a trail.

Be mindful of bears on the first 1.5 miles where berries are concentrated and sight can be limited by tall growth.