As a guest of the Tivoli Lodge, you now have access to our new, industry leading technology QuietKat electric bikes, which will change how you explore our magnificent outdoors. These versatile all-terrain electrics bikes can be ridden through the entire Vail Valley, on-roads through Vail Village or off-road on the mountain. As a local company, QuietKat, understands our terrain and allows you to push the boundaries like never before. No matter how you want to experience Vail, one thing is for sure, Tivoli guests are the only ones experiencing it on a QuietKat.
Visit the front desk to check availability, you will be asked to watch a short tutorial video explaining how to use the electric bikes and competition of a waiver. You can enjoy the QuietKat electric bike during your visit and are included in your stay.
Paved & Soft Surface Trails
Gore Valley Trail – 12 miles
The Gore Valley Trail is part of the Eagle County Core Trail system. The 12-mile route is a combination of attached bike lanes, detached trails and residential streets and winds through open space, parks, and recreation facilities, as well as Vail’s core village areas. The trail, named after the creek that meanders its way through Vail, connects to the Eagle Valley Trail at the west end of Vail, and to the Vail Pass Trail at the base of Vail Pass to the east.
North Recreation Path – 2 ¾ miles
The North Recreation Path is a separated trail that follows the North Frontage Road from the Main Vail Roundabout to the West Vail commercial area. This 2 ¾ mile route is a combination of widened concrete sidewalks and separated asphalt path. This is a main connection between residential areas to the west and the main ski base areas of Lionshead and Vail Village.
Bald Mountain Recreation Path – ½ mile
This short section of path currently connects the Gore Valley Trail to the Vail Mountain School and the residential areas of the Bald Mountain neighborhood.
Vail Pass Trail – 8 ¾ miles
This 8 ¾ mile paved path partly follows the original Highway 6 route to the 10,662-foot summit of Vail Pass. The trail begins at the Gore Creek Campground in East Vail and connects to the Summit County Recreation Path System at the summit.
Vail Trail – 2 miles
The Vail Trail is a difficult single-track trail generally used by hikers, although mountain biking is allowed. It begins at Golden Peak and finishes near the Vail Golf Course Clubhouse. The trail climbs and meanders through aspen groves along the south side of the valley and connects to the Gore Valley Trail on each end.
North Trail – 7 miles
The North Trail is a difficult single-track trail enjoyed by both hikers and mountain bikers. The 7-mile trail can be accessed in several locations and offers a mix of gradual climbs and steep descents.
Son of Middle Creek Trail – 9 miles
The Son of Middle Creek Trail offers a combination of unpaved roadway and difficult single-track for hikers and mountain bikers. The 9-mile loop is a local’s favorite.