Vail Valley Mountain Trails Alliance

Trails and our public lands are more important than ever. They provide a much needed escape and improve our mental and physical health. Donate now to help us maintain our trails, advocate for public lands, educate trail users, and build sustainable trails while conserving our natural environment.

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General Information

Official Name
Vail Valley Mountain Bike Association​​​​​​​
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Offers Additional Colorado State Tax Credit
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Headquarters Address
PO Box 3986
Avon, CO 81620
Colorado Location
PO Box 3986
Avon, CO 81620
Mailing Address
PO Box 3986
Avon, CO 81620
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Mission Statement

The VVMTA's mission is to maintain, educate, advocate for, and build sustainable non-motorized soft surface trails while conserving the natural environment of Eagle County and our public lands.

Organization History

The VVMTA manages trail advocacy programs, coordinates and trains volunteers, educates outdoor recreational users, organizes events, and contributes its talents, guidance and time to support local land managers in various soft surface trail initiatives. Our vision is the creation of a sustainable multi-use soft surface trail network connecting communities and neighborhoods from Vail Pass to Basalt.

Over the years the VVMTA has successfully executed, primarily with volunteers, trail projects and programs such as:

- Volunteer Trail Stewardship: 900 annual volunteers and 4,000+ volunteer hours of trail maintenance
- Adopt A Trail
- Wildlife Trail Ambassadors
- Trail Conservation Crew
- Build and open the Everkrisp Trail
- Major reroutes on the North Trail and Cougar Ridge
- Planned, fundraised, and opened the Minturn Bike Park
- Planned and executed the West Avon Preserve trail system
- Built and opened the Hillbilly Trail and 3 Sisters Trail in Eagle
- And many more...

Your donation and support of the Eagle County Trail Fund supports our mission, vision, and allows us to execute programs, events, and operations including:

Adopt A Trail
Adopt A Trail Wildlife Ambassadors
Volunteer Opportunities
Improved sustainability and user experience of existing trails
New trail construction
Local and regional trail system planning and funding
Trail crew leader and volunteer training
Educational and community events
Organizational management and operations
Public lands access and advocacy

The VVMTA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations to VVMTA may be tax deductible. Consult with your tax advisor for details.

VVMTA's tax identification number is 45-1539710.


"The Ride Center designation would not have been achieved without the leadership and work of local and area residents," said Mayor Jennie Fancher. "They carried the vision and now, over several years of committed effort, have successfully brought to the Vail Valley this highly-sought after recognition. On behalf of the Avon Town Council, we thank these tireless volunteers."

"Our community coming together, finding this common interest and donating money to it, that's a testament to private champions of the program and the VVMTA whose carried a lot of water on this," Aaron Mayville, former District Ranger - Eagle-Holy Cross Ranger District, White River National Forest

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