Town of Breckenridge has a list of trails and their conditions that are managed by the Town. This does not include county trails. For general information visit www.breckenridgetrails.org. For trail condition updates visit Breckenridge Trail Conditions.
There’s a great user-run facebook group with frequent updates: Summit County Trail Conditions
We also greatly encourage the use of MTB Project. It’s a good resource for trail conditions, but also greatly valuable for ride planning and recon, particularly if you’re thinking about riding somewhere new.
Some general trail conditions info:
Every season is different. This year will be nothing like last year. Trails dry at a fast pace, but keep in mind that not only are trails on the shady side of a valley going to be muddy, they will be snowpacked. If you HAVE to ride these trails, ride them in the early AM when it’s below freezing. That way you won’t leave tracks. Do NOT ride around mud bogs. Go through them. Use your best judgment here. If you find a lot of mud, just turn around.
Trails in the northern part of the county, Oro Grande, Tenderfoot, are the earliest to dry out and become rideable. Blair Witch usually follows. Then Flumes, and usually B&B.
Dry conditions do not necessarily last in early spring with storms in April and May that could dump significant snow. Famous last words, but often as the resorts close and we’re putting away our skis (or some of us are going to the backcountry!), the snow usually plays tricks and comes back. Mayuary.
So if that happens: Fruita, Moab, Buena Vista, Salida, Eagle, Front Range. Be aware these places may have different management issues or policies than Summit. Be considerate of wildlife closures and any other regulations when visiting a new area. Be kind to the trails, head to the dry trails, and post pictures on our Facebook page, please!