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Mountain Biking: Colorado > White River National Forest > Holy Cross Ranger District

Quick Facts

Davos Four-Wheel Drive Road

Difficulty: Moderate

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General Description

Some steep climbs and a few off camber spots make this road fun, but not overly challenging. The road is mostly on a sunny hillside that winds through aspen forests where elk are frequently spotted.

This road is most popular with mountain bikers, and local races are held on this road. The best mountain bike times are in the 17 minute range, hard to believe!!

At the top of the last steep climb, you'll be at the base of a large radio tower. There are great views to the west, south and east, with the focus towards the west and the town of Avon and Beaver Creek Ski Area.

Stay in "four-low" to avoid spinning your wheels on the loose, rocky climbs. Watch for mountain bikers!

Current Conditions & Trip Reports
OPEN but snow conditions may exist. approx. 3 miles to private land and gate closure. Updated: 2001-06-13 11:36:00.0

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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Four-Wheel Driving
ICON Mountain Biking Davos is a popular mountain biking trail. It is an out and back ride.
ICON Motorcycle Riding

Related Activities
Beaver Creek - Beaver Creek is an upscale resort west of Vail. Although groomed runs are one of their specialties, Beaver Creek offers terrain for all abilities and a quaint Village.

Gore Creek General Forest Area - The Gore Creek General Forest Area includes the entire Gore Creek drainage, which runs from Dowd's Junction to Vail Pass and the Gore Range.

Vail - Vail is the largest single-mountain ski area in North America. Its back bowls are legendary. The town offers outstanding dining, shopping and lodging.

More Information

Visitor Information:

Vail Valley Partnership, 100 East Meadow Drive , Vail, CO, 81657, Phone: 800-525-3875, Fax: 970-476-6008, www.visitvailvalley.com


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