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The Bean Peaks Gravity Flow Trails

One-way, bike-optimized trails with tabletops, rollers, berms, and technical rock features, the first of its kind in Arizona, are coming to Prescott! The Bean Peaks Trails promise fun for riders and families of all abilities.

The Vision: Elevating Prescott’s Outdoor Recreation Amenities

The Bean Peaks Gravity Flow Trails project, in partnership with the Prescott National Forest and the City of Prescott, aims to add 17 miles of enhanced for fun mountain bike trails in the scenic Bean Peaks area, adjacent to the White Spar Campground in the Prescott National Forest.

These bike-optimized, gravity-flow trails are designed to appeal to riders and families of all abilities, and with 400+ miles of existing trails in Prescott, project contributes an Arizona-unique offering for both residents and visitors.


The Benefits of the
Bean Peaks Gravity Flow Trails

The Bean Peaks Gravity Flow Trails project goes beyond mountain biking. It envisions the creation of a well-rounded community, healthier citizens, and a thriving local economy.

Health Enhancement

Local Attraction

Nature Connection

Property Value

Community Building

Economic Stimulation

Biker on a trail

Help enrich our community! Donate to the Bean Peaks Gravity Flow Trails today.

Ride the Timeline:
Key Milestones

Embark on a journey from inception to completion of the Bean Peaks Gravity Flow Trails project. Follow the key milestones that pave the way to experiencing an exhilarating, bike-optimized trail system.

Trail Design & Preliminary Fundraising

The trail's design was completed in summer 2020 by IMBA's Trail Solutions Team. Simultaneously, the preliminary fundraising phase was launched, managing to secure $125,000. The Bean Peaks project is estimated to cost $1.5 million over 3 years.

Permitting & Public Fundraising

The Bean Peaks project received the final USFS permits in June 2023. A broad public fundraising campaign was just launched focusing on smaller to mid-level donations from both individuals and businesses. Thanks to our awesome community we broke ground in October of 2023!

Phase 1: Construction Fall 2023

We did it! We raised the funds to build and complete the 5.6 mile of trails for Phase 1. Watch for the official opening of the trails in the Spring of 2024!

Phase 2: Construction Fall 2024

An additional 6.7 miles of trails to include beginner, intermediate and advanced trails, including 2.5 miles of gravity flow trails.

Phase 3: Construction Fall 2025

4.7 miles of intermediate and advanced trails including 3.5 miles of gravity flow trails.

Completion & Maintenance

Each construction phase will take place in the fall and open to the public in the spring of the following year. This is completely dependent upon financial support from the Prescott area community.

Post-opening efforts will pivot towards maintaining and enhancing the trails to ensure their long-term viability and continued enjoyment for users for many generations to follow.