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Fat Bike Pricing


Spring Creek

$45/person

2 person minimum

Fat biking is the newest hut option we have to offer. The oversized bike tires allow you to ride on packed snow. This is a great option for riders who want to get out in the mountains in winter, skier types waiting for the real ski season to start, or people looking for remote bike adventures.

Our food options have dry food items available that you will want to supplement. Please feel free to give us a call to help with the planning of your fat bike adventure. Please take into consideration that fat biking is more weather dependent than any of our other trips. If it snows a foot of new powder or warms up and turns the snow isothermic, you will not be riding anywhere. Because of this reality, the fat biking trips to Spring Creek Hut are the only trips we include a 100% refund due to bad weather.

General info

Located around 20 miles outside of Montrose or 27 miles outside Ridgway (depending on the chosen route). The Spring Creek hut sits tucked into the Uncompahgre National Forest. This hut is ideal for cross country skiing & fat-biking.

Location

The Spring Creek Hut (9,225') sits just off of Spring Creek Rim Road in Montrose County.

Route

  • Dave wood Rd. @ Forest Boundary: 5.7 miles | +1,203' gain | -27' loss
  • Dave wood Rd. @ Divide parking: 1.2 miles | +138' gain | -55' loss
  • Horsefly Mesa: 9 miles | +936' gain | -674 loss

What you get

  • Shuttles to and from the trailhead
  • Comfortable Huts to Stay in
  • Sleeping Bags (please bring your own liner)
  • Crazy Creek Chairs
  • Custom Maps
  • Custom GPS Tracks
  • Turn by Turn Directions

Accommodations

Our mountain huts hold eight people per night. The wooden huts are equipped with padded bunks, sleeping bags, a propane cook stove, propane light, wood stove, and necessary utensils, cookware, breakfast and dinner dry food and drinking water. Each hut is equipped with a composting toilet facility.