Mountain Biking

With a variety of mountain ranges strewn across the state, you’re never far from a good mountain biking trail in Wyoming. In southeast Wyoming, Curt Gowdy State Park boasts miles of trails and vibrant scenery. For an outdoor playground with a scenic desert backdrop, try Green River Bike Park in southwest Wyoming. Or head to the Johnny Behind the Rocks trail system near Lander to discover 12 miles of trails ranging in difficulty. These are just a few options to consider when planning a Wyoming mountain biking trip – with 224 trails, you might just find your new favorite in the Cowboy State. The best part about biking in Wyoming? You can do it year-round. When the trails get covered in snow, that just means it’s time to break out the fat bikes. You can find fat bike trails throughout Wyoming’s state parks, as well as in Casper, Lander and the Jackson area. Bike rentals are available across Wyoming if you couldn’t pack your own or are looking to try something new.

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Biking Routes Explored

Cyclists, discover Wyoming’s trails on our Interactive Map.

Cyclists, discover Wyoming’s trails on our Interactive Map.