Think you have what it takes to master the art of downhill mountain biking? Jumping and skidding your way down the Colorado terrain in a parkour-style fashion, braving only the steepest descents you can find – if this sounds like your idea of fun, check out these 5 can’t-miss Colorado downhill mountain bike parks.

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1. Evolution Bike Park — Crested Butte, Colorado

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Evolution Bike Park. Crested Butte, Colorado. Photo Credit: OutThere Colorado.

From beginners to expert riders, Evolution, one of the best Colorado downhill mountain bike parks, has something for every rider in this incredible wildlife park. Day passes range from $20-$45, depending on age and length of stay.

2. Trestle Bike Park — Winter Park, Colorado

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Trestle Bike Park. Winter Park, Colorado. Photo Credit: Greg Younger (Flickr).

For around $45/day, riders can access the tree-covered trails in Winter Park. Home of the Colorado Freeride Festival, Trestle Bike Park has plenty of unique trails and features for all skill levels.

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3. Mountain Village Bike Park — Telluride, Colorado

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Mountain biking at the Telluride Ski Resort. Telluride, Colorado. Photo Credit: Thor Liland Larsen (Flickr).

Known as North America’s first and only free lift-accessed downhill bike park, this inclusive park is the perfect money-saving ride. Make sure to stop for lunch in Telluride; there are plenty of mountain-town options.

4. Powderhorn Bike Park — Mesa, Colorado

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Mountain biking at Powderhorn Mountain Resort. Mesa, Colorado. Photo Credit and Courtesy of: Powderhorn Mountain Resort.

Bike in the mountains at an elevation between 8,000-9,000 feet at Powderhorn Bike Park. Powderhorn has a healthy mix of beginner, intermediate, and advanced runs, so the whole family can enjoy the park.

5. Snowmass Bike Park — Snowmass Village, Colorado

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Mountain biking at Snowmass. Snowmass Village, Colorado. Photo Credit: Dan Bayer, courtesy of Aspen Snowmass (Flickr).

Trade your skis for some wheels at the Snowmass Bike Park in Aspen, Colorado. Take the Elk Camp gondola from Snowmass Village to over 50 miles of classic cross-country trails.

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