Despite the astonishing rise of the Teton Range, which practically jumps 7,000 feet straight up from the floor of Jackson Hole, cycling about the valley is not entirely built around hill climbs. True, the valley’s 6,200-foot elevation can initially test you if you’re coming from sea level. But as the pavement rolls behind your bike it’s the ruggedly beautiful panorama that’s breathtaking, not the pedaling.
Whether you’re road cycling or mountain biking, you’ve come to the right place. Bicycling is a great way to see the outdoors, take in the fresh air, or simply get around town. With miles of open highway for the cross country riders and a full range of mountain trails for the adrenaline junkies, you’ll want to strap a rack or three to the bumper and point your vehicle towards cowboy country.
Mountain Biking: Curt Gowdy State Park Trail System