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Biking Trails

Mountain Biking, Road Rides, Terrific Scenery,...

Charge down remote rural trails over rocks and roots. Crash through mud and brush.

Eastern Idaho's rugged terrain and dramatic landscape provides electrifying trails for both hardcore mountain bikers and weekend enthusiasts. Combine that with breathtaking vistas, and crisp, fresh air and you have a world-class biking experience.

With more public land than most other states, Idaho has thousands of miles of paths for you to roll down. And if you didn't bring your bike with you, there are plenty of outfitters who will set you up with all the supplies necessary to set out on your trek.

Big Springs

  • HC 65, P.O. Box 975, Island Park
  • Biking
  • 208-558-7301

More than 300 miles of groomed trails set a course for snowmobilers of all abilities to tour spectacular mountain terrain. Warming huts provide winter enthusiasts with a cozy place to rest and plenty of parking is available for all to enjoy this scenic area.

Packsaddle Lake Hiking Trail

  • Biking
Packsaddle Lake is located in the Big Hole Mountains on the western side of Teton Valley. The drive to the Packsaddle Lakes trail head and the hike itself provides unparalleled panoramic views of the Teton mountain range. Do not be in such a hurry to start the hike that you forget to look east to the Teton mountain range.

Warm River Campground To Tunnel

  • Biking
The trail from the Warm River Campground to the tunnel is a classic trip for beginners. It is an easy uphill grade. As you travel further up the canyon you steadily gain elevation above the river bed, providing a pleasing view of the canyon, the river, and the forest