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Jackson Hole has some of the most diverse terrain and opportunities for mountain biking in the world. From leisurely pathways to thrilling downhill trails and everything in between!

Mountain Biking

Jackson Hole has it all - cross country trails, all mountain trails, and downhill! Local seeking a workout often start at the base of Snow King Mountain Resort and ride up on meandering trails through the trees over to the popular Cache Creek area. For those seeking jumps with chairlift access Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has what you're looking for. Teton Pass has a lot of steeps also, but no chairlift to get you to the top. And Grand Targhee on the Idaho side has it all! Need to rent bikes? Jackson has a wide array of activity rental companies. And don't forget a helmet.

Fat Tire Biking 

A fat bike (also called fat bike or fat-tire bike) is an off-road bicycle with over-sized tires, typically 3.8 in (97 mm) or larger and rims 2.6 in (66 mm) or wider. Designed for low ground pressure to allow riding on soft unstable terrain, such as snow, sand, bogs and mud, take advantage of this unique biking option while taking in our beautiful scenery in the valley. 


Jackson Hole Community Pathways wind throughout Jackson Hole from Teton Village, in the Town of Jackson, and into Grand Teton National Park. Find cycling maps provided by Friends of Pathways.

Bike Ride Rendezvous Points

Planning to meet friends for a ride? Or would you like to park and ride for convenience? Consider using the convenient public parking lots. The Home Ranch Center on Cache and Gill is a perfect rendezvous point. There's even a handy bike repair stand located near the welcome center. There is also a public parking lot located at the intersection of Willow Street and Deloney. Please do not use the parking lot a the Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center. Parking should be reserved for those who are taking advantage of the facilities and programs provided by the partners at the Visitor Center. To find more public parking options, please visit the Town of Jackson website.