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Level: Intermediate
Length: 20 mi (32.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +1,433/ -1,643 ft
Total: 37 riders

Mountain Biking Jackson Hole Bike Park

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#19 of 249 mountain bike trails in Wyoming
#1,732 in the world

There are a variety of options available. There are a number of beginner/intermediate loops cross country lower down on the mountain. The trails aren't very challenging, but they are very well constructed singletrack.
There is also a beginner terrain park with some log ride obstacles, jumps, berms, and a small wooden table top.

And then there's the Gondola summit trail. The first 2 miles are sweet singletrack with some sweet berms, the next mile is decent doubletrack, and then the last mile mile and a half or so is just a gravel road. Its a pretty steep climb, and especially on the road there is a lot of people, but the views are worth it! And its definitely a good ride back down... thats why you're sweating buckets on the way up, right?

First added by Greg Heil on Aug 24, 2008. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • Lift service: yes
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Its Jackson Hole... Follow the signs from Jackson towards Teton Village
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  • Arnon320

    The Bikepark is poorly manged.
    This Bikepark is pure dangerous and I'm an advanced rider.
    Clueless people ( most with rented gear from the resort shop " ride " the fast jump trail at a walking paste despite signs indicating " advance riders only"
    Some litterally stop on the landing transition , invisible to approaching riders puting them at serious RISK.
    Management could not care less.
    With this poor management a serious accident is a matter of "when " rather then " if ..."

    The bike park is built on a tiny portion of the mountain so the time to ride from top to bottom is few short minutes , you'll be standing in line for up to 45 minutes.
    Just not worth it.
    Social distancing is non existent.

    I would strongly recommend staying away.

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  • Jim Cummings

    The Jackson Hole Bike Park is a lift assisted downhill affair. It's not in Jackson Hole - it's 12 miles away in Teton Village which is a ski resort with lots of summer action. The ski slopes go way up the mountain but the bike park is set in a short, intermediate ski slope at the base. The chairlift gains just 390 vertical feet over 0.6 miles.

    There are seven trails ranging intermediate to expert. The easiest, Lucky Charm, takes the long way down (actually only 1.3 miles) so is "down-slope" rather than "downhill". It's nice and curvy, scenic, ideal for someone starting out on this kind of ride. Quick Draw will keep experts focused with uber-technical jumps, drops, bends and roots. No matter your skill you'll find a trail that will make you smile!

    All the trails are well designed, true to their grade and well maintained. The dirt is kind - not too rocky and juddery.

    You'll find all the usual fun stuff expected in this kind of park including swooping bermed corners, table top jumps - some of them huge, drops, wooden structures, semi-gap jumps (semi = just a shallow dip on top so non-emasculating if you drop short!), and so on.

    The place has a happy summer feel and the staff are friendly and helpful. You can hire bikes and safety gear, even get a lesson. In the peak summer period they have a great deal going on Friday afternoons - $10 dollars gets you three hours on the lift from 4pm to 7pm. In the village there are gear shops, clothes shops, cafes and restaurants and if you get sick of biking you can try paragliding or take the big lift all the way to the top of the mountain...

    In the trail description Greg describes cross country trails in the area but strictly speaking "Jackson Hole Bike Park" refers to these lift assisted downhill trails.

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  • Kevin Pritchard

    This park is not that exciting. I biked up to the top of the trail 3 times and was pretty bored. I would have been really bummed if I paid $$ for the lift.

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  • Matthew Bonner

    Very nice introduction to riding at Jackson Hole Bike Park. There are some wooden bridges, but when you start downhill there are some nice sweeping berms.

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  • Matthew Bonner
    Reviewing Bronco:

    This was my favorite trail in Teton Village. Super curvy with both wooden and dirt berms. Also one or two wooden sections to spice things up. Great downhill run!

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  • Chris Daniels

    As far as bike parks go, this isn't the biggest and best, but... I was here for a week and stayed in Teton Village and everyday after some long epic XC ride, I couldn't wait to get back and throw down a few laps in the park. Lift wasn't running, but no worries as the push up was short. And big thanks to Rico and his "boss" for making a park that everyone can enjoy.

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  • mtberik

    It isn't the biggest park out there but it is still really fun. Has really technical trail and flow trails. And its not pack with riders which is pretty good.

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  • Matthew Bonner

    Not for technical riders that love super rocky trails, but if you love tabletop jumps, regular jumps, and berms this is your dream. All great trails, berm riders go to the Bronco trail. If you love tabletops bandit is the trail. Great park. Western Wyoming must do.

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  • Gregory Harrison

    Jackson Hole was my first experience with mountain biking in 2013, and I have been hooked ever since. The Teton area is spectacular and the trails had nice flow for a beginner like me.

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  • candyrapper

    Do you like big air, big berms, goin' fast, and pushin' the limits? If so, this is the trail for you. Clip in and hang on!

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  • candyrapper

    Kid friendly/beginner friendly trail, but still made to make you feel like you're doin' that mountain bikin' thing.

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  • candyrapper
    Reviewing Bandit [BIKE PARK]:

    I think that there are about 35 opportunities to defy gravity on this trail; need I say more? So fun!!!

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  • justin70

    Great fun to play for a day. Some flow,,some jumps, no rocks (except quick draw). Great skills practice.

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  • justin70
    Reviewing Teewinot Run:

    Think this trail might have been consumed by the JHMR bike park?

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  • justin70
    Reviewing Solitude:

    Think this trail might have been consumed by the JHMR bike park?

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  • justin70

    Unlike any other trail in the bike park. THere are almost no rocks on other trails, but plenty here.
    Good to see some tech stuff for a change - and you will have it mostly to yourself, too!

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