Mountain Biking

Mountain biking in Utah is an endless-crazy-fun adventure. Head to the mountains or red rock desert trails with your family, your sidekicks or you and your solo-hardcore self. Singletracks, dirt roads, steep climbs and rolling hills dominate the state's beautiful landscape. Mountain biking is an invigorating and intimate way to experience the west. Read more...



The Carbon Corridor

Ride the 'Wood Hill' Trail System

Downhill of the Gods

Experience riding in Cedar City

Biking in SLC

From meeting to trail in 10

Visit Park City

and ride the best trails of your life

Downhill of the Gods

Experience riding in Cedar City

A biker's paradise

Heber Valley

Gooseberry Mesa

Trails as fun as they are spectacular

Downhill of the Gods

Experience riding in Cedar City

San Rafael Adventures

Mountain biking never had it so swell

Moab or Mars?

Over 100 trails to help you discover the best mountain biking on THIS planet

3 Million Star Tours

Ride w/ Holiday River Expeditions

Mueller Park

Bike the beauty

Ruby's Guided Tours

Let the pros show you the way

San Juan County

Explore the limitless tracks of rarely visited double and single trails




A Utah bike trip will color your thinking forever, whether it's a wide open desert ride with spectacular red rock vistas or a lush green mountain trail lined with yellow wild flowers. Utah developed a world class reputation from Moab's famous Slickrock Trail and is fast becoming known for wonderfully diverse alpine mountain biking, including lift-served access at some ski resorts. And you don't have to be a shin-scarred off-road radical to enjoy Utah on wheels.

All you need is a love for beautiful scenery and invigorating outdoor activity.

For example, the quaint resort town of Park City features literally hundreds of inviting trails that lead riders past colorful vestiges of the area's silver mining history into the Wasatch Mountain range. Many of these trails are accessible via the very same lifts that take skiers throughout the area's three resorts in wintertime.

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