Village to Village Tour
ElevationAscent: 1,975' 602 m
Descent: -1,983' -605 m
High: 8,926' 2,721 m
Low: 7,370' 2,247 m
GradeAvg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 20% (11°)
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“A beginner or intermediate tour of Beaver Creek and Arrowhead.”— Nick Wilder
Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown
Navigate through the base area and start climbing up Cinch on mostly dirt roads for a few hundred vertical feet until you get to Allie's Way. It's marked (it will be on your right, just at a switchback), but make sure you look out for it.
Allie's Way is a delightful singletrack through aspens with a moderate grade the entire way. It crosses Beaver Creek on a new bridge and ends at Beaver Lake Trail. Take a left and in just 200 feet you'll be at the start of Village to Village Trail.
This is a very long trail, covering lots of terrain, mostly on easy, wide singletrack through aspens and ski runs. You traverse west all the way to the edge of the Arrowhead ski area, where you make a turn right and start a 1200' descent to the base. It's a lot of vertical, but the surface is pretty easy and the switchbacks are nice and wide.
Once at the base area, follow roads back east until you hit highway 6. A short and easy jaunt will return you to your car.
Local Club: Vail Valley Mountain Bike Association
Aug 7, 2017: Adopt A Trail Mid Season Review
Land Manager: USFS - White River National Forest Office