The route encompasses some of the Roaring Fork Valley’s most iconic climbs. Choose 36 miles, 62 miles, or 103 miles, with aid stations at the top of each climb and finish line BBQ (extra). Each distance option will build on the previous, so if you are feeling great, keep going. If you aren’t feeling it, we have 2 options to shorten the ride.
Subject to minor changes, keep checking back for any updates also check FAQ’s at the bottom of this page
Location: The ride will start/Finish at Two Creeks at Snowmass (31 Burnt Mountain Circle, Snowmass Village)
Date: July 8, 2023
Time: Check in will be between 7:15-8:15am
Fee: Includes ride and aid stations at the top of every climb segment, and finish line party. (Post ride food/beer extra)
Parking at Two Creeks at Snowmass
31 Burnt Mountain Circle
Due to construction, all vehicle traffic will be on Highline Road, so no bikes are allowed. To get back to the start, please follow the roads/bike paths through the Snowmass Club to get back to Two Creeks.
Until May 15, 2023
ACC Members $65
Non Members $75
Option to purchase food
May 16-July 7, 2023
ACC Members $75
Non Members $85
Option to purchase food
ACC Members $85
Non Members $100
Option to purchase food
* We encourage everyone to participate. If cost is a concern, please email email@example.com to volunteer for a free ride entry
Food for Purchase
After Ride BBQ at Two Creeks at Snowmass for an extra fee of $25.
Does a friend want to come hang out at the party to watch you finish and enjoy the BBQ? Choose the 2 meal option.
All Options will Start/Stop at Two Creeks at Snowmass
31 Burnt Mountain Circle, Snowmass Village
Although all courses will be marked, we recommend uploading either Strava Route or Ride with GPS Route into your GPS
This option will take you from Two Creeks Entrance to the top of Owl Creek and riders will continue on Owl Creek to the bike path to the roundabout and up to the Maroon Bells with an aid Station at the top. Over McLain Flats to Lower River Road to Aspen Mass Trail and climb up Brush Creek Trail to Two Creeks (see map above) for an epic post ride BBQ (extra)
This option will take you from Two Creeks to Owl Creek to the bike path to the roundabout and up to the Maroon Bells with an aid Station at the top. Then descend and climb up Ashcroft to another aid station. The riders will then descend to Cemetery Lane over McLain Flats to Lower River Road to Aspen Mass Trail and climb up Brush Creek Trail to Two Creeks (see map above) for an epic post ride BBQ (extra)
This option will take you from the entrance of Two Creeks to the top of Owl Creek to the bike path to the roundabout and up to the Maroon Bells with an aid Station at the top. Then descend and climb up Ashcroft to another aid station. The riders will then descend to Cemetery Lane over McLain Flats and Lower River Road to Old Snowmass. Riders will climb up past the Monastery to the beginning of the dirt to another aid station, descend past Deaf Camp to the dirt to the final aid station, and descend back down to Lower River Road. From there, the riders will climb back Lower River Road to Aspen Mass Trail and climb up Brush Creek Trail to Two Creeks (see map above) for an epic post ride BBQ (extra)
Race/Ride days would not be possible without the incredible work of our volunteers! Spend part of the day supporting inspirational athletes. It takes a “village” to put on quality bike rides.
Many family members and cycling enthusiasts find helping with ride production to be a fun and rewarding experience. Thank you in advance for your valuable assistance.
Once you sign up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a coupon code for a free race entry.
Please be aware that we will always make every effort to run a race, or a ride even in the rain, as long as the roads or trails will not be adversely affected by riding on it, or rider safety will not be compromised. It is at the discretion of the Race Director to decide when the weather has become such an issue that it becomes a hazard to the safety of the participants. As a result, the decision to cancel might be last minute. Race fees cannot be returned due to weather.
Rules of the Road
– Must wear a helmet
– If you have any problems, please pull off the road and call 911 for emergency help, or contact a marshal for assistance.
– First Aid at every Aid Station at the top of every climb
– Obey the yellow line at all times
– Pass on the left-pull over to the right for faster traffic
– Watch for animals, obstacles, etc during descent- control your speed
– You must have wrist band visible to use Aid Stations
Frequently Asked Questions
1. When does the ride start?
The ride starts at Two Creeks at Snowmass (31 Burnt Mountain Circle, Snowmass Village) at 8:30am.
2. Where do I pick up my race packet?
Race packets can be picked up at the event start at Two Creeks between 7:15-8:15am.
3. Where is parking?
Amble parking will be at Two Creeks at Snowmass (31 Burnt Mountain Circle, Snowmass Village).
4. When does the ride end?
The course will be swept starting at 5:30pm
5. What time will food be served?
Food will be served from 11:30am-6pm
6. When does registration close?
Registration will close at 8:15am July 8, 2023
7. Where are the aid stations?
a. Top of the Maroon Bells (Day Use Parking Lot)
b. Top of Castle Creek Road/Pearl Pass Road
c. Top of Capitol Creek Road at the end of pavement.
d. Top of Snowmass Creek Road at the end of pavement
8. What is available at the aid stations?
Water, electrolytes and wrapped snacks provided by Skratch Labs, First Aid, bike pumps, and Port O Potties
9. Where is the after ride BBQ?
The finish line party will be at Two Creeks at Snowmass (31 Burnt Mountain Circle, Snowmass Village).
10. What is the cancellation policy?
We will not be able to refund due to weather events, no deferrals or transfers available.
11. How do I volunteer?
Please sign up here!
12. Can I volunteer for a free ride entry and still ride in the event?
Yes, you can sign up to set up/break down
13. Will the Course be marked
Yes, the course will be marked
14. I see a much more direct route on Highline Road to Two creeks, can I bike up Highline?
Absolutely not! Highline will be closed to bikers during our event. Please follow our markings back to Two Creeks