Biking Jackson Hole

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05 Apr Biking Jackson Hole

Attention bikers: start getting geared up for summer in Jackson Hole!

While this winter vacation season was one for the books, we can’t help but be excited for what comes next: chirping birds, shining sun, cool, dry mornings—in other words, perfect conditions for biking Jackson Hole!

Have you experienced the paved path to Jenny Lake?

Jackson Hole now has a paved bike path that leads from the center of town to the crisp, crystal shores of Jenny Lake. This 20.3-mile asphalt path, which begins at Mercill Avenue and US 191 and leads to the Jenny Lake Visitor Center, runs through Grand Teton National Park, granting spectacular views of jagged mountain peaks and some of Wyoming’s most breathtaking scenery. You might even see some wildlife along the way!

At the end of the trail, you can hop off your bike and learn all about the geology and ecology of the region at the Jenny Lake Visitor Center. From there, you can choose to connect to the Jenny Lake Trail that follows the lake’s eastern shoreline or make the journey back to your vacation rental at Jackson Hole. Either way it will be a gorgeous ride you’ll not soon forget.

Mountain biking always rocks at Jackson Hole

Looking to take your summer vacation to new heights? Try mountain biking at Jackson Hole! Whether you’re new to the sport or have gotten some air all over the world, the countless mountain biking options in and around Jackson Hole are sure to give you a rush.

For miles of winding trails catering to novices and experts alike, the Jackson Hole resort can’t be beat. From warming up on Lucky Charm to testing your limits on Quickdraw, you’re going to have an unforgettable ride through some of the world’s most spectacular terrain. You can even catch the Teewinot lift for a 5-minute ride back to the top—and do it all over again.

Book your biking trip to Jackson Hole now!

The summer vacation of your dreams is just around the corner. Book a vacation rental now to see why Jackson Hole is top of mind for biking pros around the country and the world.

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