Trails are perfect for beginners, returning cyclists and experts looking for a great workout. Build on Town-owned open space, the trails feature a very smooth singletrack that undulates with the terrain and offers fantastic views of the mountain range; especially at sunset. The system is split between two areas: Sunset West and Sunset East and is located at: 2559 Co Rd 5, Erie Colorado.
Rules and Regulations
Open daily from sunrise to sunset.
This is a multi-use trail system. Bikers yield to hikers. All users must stay on designated trails and follow all directional signs.
Parks & Recreation staff have the right to close the facility at any time without notice.
Dogs must be on-leash at all times and waste picked up and disposed of.
Stay on trails. Private property abuts the trail system.
A permit is required to hold special events or conduct commercial activity.
- Motorized equipment.
- Building or modifying trails and features.
- Mobile ramps or other makeshift biking structures.
- Sledding, skiing and snowboarding.
- Drugs, alcohol and tobacco.
- Glass containers.
- Destroying or defacing public property, including the application of stickers or graffiti.
- Loud music, use of profanity, deliberately offensive conduct, or any other disturbance of the peace.
- Overnight parking and camping.
- Watch out for hikers. Bikers yield to hikers and uphill traffic.
- Respect all trail closures, wildlife, and native vegetation.
- Stay on trails. Riding off-trail can cause damage to the trail system.
- Users must be under control at all times. Uncontrolled biking and activities that endanger others will not be tolerated and result in ejection from the trail system.
- Ride within your abilities. Progression is available throughout the trail system, so start small and try more challenging elements as your skills improve.
- Be courteous to other riders and move out of the way when it is safe to do so.
- Do not stop in the middle of a trail or where you cannot be seen from above.
- Call out when passing.
- On downhill trails, the rider in front has the right of way.
- Only one person at a time should use features.
- Look before you jump.
- Clear landing areas quickly.
Trail Closure Alerts
Trail closures are initiated by the Parks and Recreation Department. Alerts can be received via text or email, or viewed on the singletrack webpage.