There are a bunch of trails for easy and more c hallenging rides. Below are a few that we like, and be sure to go to our facebook page to see even more.
Ability level- Easy
Description- Single-track trail offers views of Red Canyon and Flaming Gorge Reservoir from an overlook at trail's end. A short spur trail leads to Flaming Gorge Lodge
Ability level- Moderate
Description- Double-track loop offers scenic views of Swett Ranch Historic Site(open to the public during summer), Flaming Gorge Reservoir, and Baretop Mountain. Watch for motor vehicles on the south section of this route.
Riders can cross the desolate miles to ancient Indian Petroglyphs, with the eerie notion that inhabitants and hunters from hundreds of years past placed their artwork of wild animals for future generations to see.
The locals realize that the mountain biking potential in Sweetwater County is largely undiscovered, but this is changing fast. Two riders in the mountains around Jackson Hole were recently heard bragging about the superb riding trails located within a mile of Rock Springs.
Take U.S. 191 south to County Rd. 33 Bike trail starts at Currant Creek Cattle Ranch.
You can choose to park there for a longer ride or to access the beginner/novice trails, Channel Surfing and 10 Ring or continue down the road to the Main Trail Head. The road turns to dirt just past Parking A. Take the left fork at the "Red Barn" and follow the road .5 miles. You will see a parking area, Parking B, and Info Kiosk on your right. This is the starting point of "Fast Exit". Depending upon your fitness level you may want to continue on Forest Road 171 another 2 miles to access the trails from the beginning of "Brent & Mikes Trail".
The award-winning Jackson Hole Community Pathways System continues to expand and now totals 33 miles. Many areas in the valley have excellent connectivity; and the smooth paved pathways serve a wide range of non-motorized interests from practical transportation to peaceful nature watching to joyful recreation