Jackson Hole Bike Park (Daily June 14 - Sept. 1, also open Sept. 6-7, 13-14, 20-21, 27-28)
Get some air this summer! Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has been hard at work with Gravity Logic mapping, designing and building the best mountain-bike destination in the Tetons. Options abound for every level including novice trails for the uninitiated as well as eye-opening advanced trails and jump tracks. Sail over tabletops, flow around corners and then catch the Teewinot lift for a 5-minute ride back to the top.
The Teewinot chair opens June 14 for summer biking through September 1 from 10:00am to 6:00pm. It will also run weekends in September from 10:00am to 5:00pm. NEW for this summer is 14 nights of Friday Night Bikes. Every Friday night from June 27-September 26 enjoy $10 lift access from 5-7 PM with 2 for 1 bike rentals and deals at Tin Can Cantina!
|Lift Tickets and Season Passes|
|Winter Pass Holders||$30||$169|
|Friday Bike Nights||$10|
|Available Online Soon*Tram ticket does not allow Teewinot bike park access.|
Bike Rentals & Tickets
Didn't bring your bike to Jackson Hole or just want to try out something new?
JH Sports offers a full-service bike rental shop where you can rent anything from a full-suspension mountain bike, to pathway-friendly cruiser or road bike.
Lessons with the Mountain Sports School
Don't be intimidated by mountain biking and all of the associated gear: our Mountain Sporst School can get you riding singletrack in no time and the trails at the Jackson Hole Bike Park are designed to be enjoyed by riders of all abilities.
Guided Mountain Bike Tours
Looking for a guided ride in the Jackson Hole Bike Park or something in Grand Teton National Park? No matter what your ability level, there is a road, pathway or mountain bike tour for you and your family.
Friday Night Bikes
The Bike Park Free For All on June 29th (1-6 PM) and the Friday Night Bikes series (Friday nights 5-7 PM; July 12-September 13) are two great ways to enjoy some deals and expeirence the fun that the Jackson Hole Bike Park offers for all ability levels.
Are you an experienced mountain or road rider? There are miles upon miles of amazing singletrack and road riding around the valley.
Summer Biking Map
Gentle wide trails which gradually descend. Trail features include wide wooden bridges and smooth banked turns. Obstacles such as rocks, roots, and pot holes exist. Must have ridden a bike before using these trails.
Intermediate to Advanced
These trails are composed of a variety of terrain features, natural and manmade obstacles. A wide range of types and sizes of turns exist, and Bandit is the easiest of the Intermediate trails. Trails are composed of a various sized jumps, ramps and drops. Trails can be narrower than the green trails, and some experience is required.
Advanced trails have a mixture of steep descents, possible loose trail surface, and more technical manmade and natural obstacles, including jumps, ramps , drops, rocks, and other terrain variations. Mountain biking experience is recommended.
Trail Descriptions (from easiest to most difficult)
Lucky Charm – All new riders should start here, as this is the easiest and most scenic of all the downhill trails. The trail traverses across four ski runs, in and out of trees groves, and over 400 feet of wide wooden bridge through a granite boulder field.
Trapper – Pop into the trees and try out narrower beginner trail suitable for all ages and abilities.
Bandit – Show off your skills on this long, wide-open sweeping run. This is great for beginners and experts alike with easily spotted medium sized table top jumps and banked turns all in one.
True Grit – Retribution! Once you’ve mastered Bandit this is a great trail to start pushing your speed threshold and catching some air. Enjoy exploring the nooks and crannies of this shady run.
Bronco – Buck-off! Enjoy wild banked turns tightly tucked into the Teton forest. Trail consists of manmade banked turns and wooden bridges and berms.
Quick Draw – Test your skills and your need for speed on this fast and narrow trail. Winding through the trees you’ll be flying as fast a cowboy’s bullet. This fall-line run has rock drops, roots and more technical terrain than all other runs.
- Bicycles must have a 20" diameter wheel or larger (No 12" or 16" wheels)
- Bicycles must have at least one working hand brake
- Bicycles with coaster brakes are not allowed up Teewinot Chair
- Bicycles with training wheels are not allowed up Teewinot chair
- Walk bikes are not allowed up Teewinot Chair
The Jackson Hole Mountain Bike Park is the place to ride this summer. The Park swaps out jaw-jarring rocky descents for smooth trail beds, banked corners, and buffed landings on terrain suitable for every level of rider—including total beginners. Come learn to ride with us.
Located in the Bridger Center in Teton Village, JH Sports rents full suspension, hybrid, road and junior bikes for full and half days, as well as Trail-a-Bikes and child trailers. Mountain bike and trail orientations are also available with a reservation.
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Teton Village, WY 83025
We offer "Guided Mountain Bike Tours" in the Greater Yellowstone - Teton area. Incredible Scenery - Awesome Terrain - Local guides. Fun Entry Level Rides to Advanced Singletrack Rides. Join us on a Bike Tour and Get a FREE Waterbottle.
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