“A short connector trail with a fun, adjoining freeride park.”
— D L
Four O'clock trail follows the Four O'clock ski trail into town. It is the nearest singletrack to downtown Breckenridge, daylighting on Park Avenue near the Riverwalk.
The upper end of the trail begins near the ski area maintenance building on the east side of the ski trail. The trail descends to a three-way intersection with the Reservoir Trail
to the right and the continuation of Four O'clock to the left. Ride left, passing Peaks Connect on the left in a forested area.
After exiting the forest back into the ski trail, look for the Breckenridge Freeride Park on the left side of the trail. The short freeride skills area features a few ramps, skinnies and jumps.
Exit the freeride park and continue downhill on the ski trail, passing Skyway Skiway
on the left, then crossing a timber bridge at a jog in the trail. Bomb down the end of the trail to town.
Combined with Peaks Connect, Four O'clock provides and excellent singletrack connection to the Peaks Trail