Mountain Biking in Golden


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  • Dinosaur Ridge
    Children run in trails marked by prehistoric footprints, and fingers run across fossils during each visit to Dinosaur Ridge, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of ancient artifacts. Around every corner of the outdoor museum?which rests on land designated as a national natural landmark?bones and impressions protrude from their earthy abodes as evidence of the area's once larger-than-life inhabitants. Paleontologists of all ages can examine curious tracks on surrounding hiking paths, such as Triceratops Trail, or hop on a guided bus tour to examine fossil sites and valleys where brontosauruses used to question the meaning of life. Lurking inside the visitor center is the Trek Through Time exhibit, where interactive children's games, replica fossils, and massive murals join forces to lead explorers into different prehistoric eras. In addition to its day-to-day operations, Dinosaur Ridge also plays host to various events during the year, including Boy Scout days, birthday parties, and lectures that explain how T. rex stayed humble despite his large stature.
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    16831 West Alameda Parkway
    Morrison, CO US
  • Outer Edge Performance
    Outer Edge Performance's herd of vertically inclined guides combines more than 50 years experience and multiple safety accreditations that ensure safe climbs at venues such as Boulder Canyon and Garden of the Gods. Student climbers slip on provided footwear, helmets, and harnesses before instructors spend four hours teaching small groups of five or fewer how to safely smear a slab and tame wild sediment. In addition to mastering rock faces, students build teamwork by ensuring peers' safety and double-checking their equipment. For an added challenge, ice climbers prepare to summit more slippery surfaces during the ice-climbing trip. Four hours of deft arctic instruction teach pupils to scale ice-covered terrain using specialized equipment including sharp ice axes, spiked crampons, and a pocket dictionary of yeti-speak.
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    2480 W 26th Ave
    Denver, CO US
  • Apex Ex
    The mountain-savvy staff at Apex Ex equip people of all skill levels with the knowledge, gear, and plans necessary to explore the wilderness all year round. Seasoned guides and instructors, many of whom are trained by organizations such as the National Outdoor Leadership School and the American Mountain Guides Association, lead classes that teach students important lessons ranging from backcountry snow basics to avalanche rescue. In summer months, the experts lead guided climbing and backpacking trips and teach riders to careen down rocky paths of every sort during mountain-biking lessons.
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    80 Clear Creek Ln.
    Golden, CO US
  • Evergreen Wilderness Guides
    Professional geologist and AMGA Single Pitch Instructor and Army National Guard Veteran Jack Riggi appreciates both the athletic challenge and learning opportunities supplied by the mighty Colorado mountains. He founded Evergreen Wilderness Guides to help visitors gain a similar appreciation. He's familiar enough with the slopes, cliffs, and peaks to design excursions suited to a group's level of familiarity with the outdoors, whether they be experienced mountaineers or lifelong city dwellers. Where one group might enjoy a gentle hike to forested peaks, another might desire a combination of mountain biking and climbing. Jack can lead either type of excursion, supplying training and insight where it's needed. His current certifications as a Wilderness First Responder and former certifications as an Emergency Medical Technician provide him the skills to help keep himself and his guests safe and hale in the wild.
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    4944 South Pine Road
    Evergreen, CO US
  • Denver B-cycle
    To say Denver is bike friendly would be an understatement. Bikers can get anywhere in the city via its 75 miles of trails and 125 miles of bike paths. Even better, all 205 city parks are connected—by bike paths. And you don’t even need your own two-wheeler; B-cycle’s bike-sharing stations are scattered throughout town in convenient locations.
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    2737 Larimer Street
    Denver, CO US
  • Rocky Mountain Bike Tours
    Down trails covered in flat stones, across rugged dirt paths, and over rolling, pastoral hills, bikes maneuver through a variety of obstacles behind the guides of Rocky Mountain Bike Tours. The expert guides are all experienced cyclists and teachers, capable of not only finding the best trails, but instructing their charges on how best to tackle even the most technical of terrain. Rocky Mountain Bike Tours opened its doors in Park City, Utah in 2011, finding so much success that its services now encompass Colorado as well. Its guides lead half-day, full-day, and private bike tours for groups of six or fewer.
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    1428 South Grant Street
    Denver, CO US
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