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Level: Intermediate
Length: 20 mi (32.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +952/840 ft
Total: 27 riders
 

Mountain Biking Wilkins Peak Trails

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#112 of 247 mountain bike trails in Wyoming
#59 in the world

The Wilkins Peak Trail System is located right outside of Green River, Wyoming, and contains most of the great singletrack trails in the area. Classics such as Pick Your Poison and TNT are sure to keep you entertained! For more information, click on the individual trails listed below.

Before you go
  • Drinking water
  • No E-bikes permitted
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter
  • Fee required
  • No Lift service
  • No Night riding allowed
  • No Pump track
  • Restrooms
Getting there
Outside of Green River. Scotts Bottom road on the southeast end of town to the is the entrance road to FMC park. Follow the dirt road across the Green River making your way south then east again past the red archery barn in Scotts Bottoms nature area. Head up the road east for about 2 miles past the turn off to the shooting range to the trailhead on the left of the dirt road.
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Good (Sep 29, 2019)
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Mountain Bike Trails Near Green River, Wyoming

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Q: Is the trail hard
A: If you mean in terms of difficulty, you have your choice of beginner, intermediate, or advanced trails that you can ride; in terms of trail hardness, all of the trails are buff and ready to shred.

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  • Chris Olsen
    *****

    I really enjoyed the Wilkins Peak trails. The system is the right size for a robust weekend of riding. The trails are well-groomed with several technical features within. The downhills are fast and flowy with drops and bridges. I'm definitely heading back for another weekend of flow.

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  • lurMATh
    *****

    Great trail system! Miles of trails with a range of difficulty. Something for everyone. A must ride.

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  • John Fisch
    ***

    I seem to have had a different reaction to this trail system than most. Lots of great features, but a lot of slogging around between them as well. The fun ban for effort buck factor could be higher. The land is also the most barren and desolate looking I've ever ridden--like the most remote trails outside Moab, but without the color or scenery. There are many important intersections which are not marked. I suspect it may take multiple rides or a tour by a local to be able to get the most out of this trail system.

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  • cole_bucket24
    *****

    I ride the trails twice a week and never get tired of them, great time to be had and a great group of people working on them

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  • Jason Anson
    *****

    Rode all of pick your poison, connected to cruiser and back up Brent and mikes. Flat out awesome, can't wait to do it again.

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  • CodyJohler
    *****

    High desert riding at its finest! It's got it all: Challenging climbs, drops, natural berms, and nice flowing single track. Mix up alternate routes with other SWMBA/Wilkins Peak trails to get a different ride every time. This scenic area will keep you busy on a bike while providing nice views of the Green River and the high desert landscape. Easy to get to from I-80. Come check it out for yourself!

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  • CodyJohler
    Reviewing Fast Exit:
    *****

    Fast Fast Fast! It is a blast to challenge your riding buddies to see who can do this section fastest. Great way to finish up a big ride. Do a test run before you try it all out!

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  • CodyJohler
    Reviewing Draino:
    *****

    This is how I get up the hill to access other trails. It definitely wakes up the legs and gets me warmed up. You can ride it downhill, but I usually opt for Fast Exit when it's time to head down the hill.

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  • CodyJohler
    Reviewing Pick Your Poison:
    *****

    One of my all time favorite trails! Natural features, bridges challenging climbs, drops, natural berms, and nice flowing single track. There is one gnarly short climb in the same area as the 'Pansey' alternate trail. It's an awesome super technical climb. Very fun downhill section about a mile in on PYP, with drops and rolls and drainage crossings on bridges. Mix up alternate routes with other SWMBA/Wilkins Peak trails to get a different ride every time.

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  • CodyJohler
    *****

    Rad trail! It's got it all: Challenging climbs, drops, natural berms, and nice flowing single track. Mix up alternate routes with other SWMBA/Wilkins Peak trails to get a different ride every time.

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  • rpmarheine
    ****

    Just amazing trail here. Only gets 4 stars because 5 is a Sedona or Moab. Thanks to all the trail builders and thanks to Andy for showing me the trail.

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  • Jared13
    ****

    Fire road up singletrack down = great combination!
    Like the rest of the Wilkins System, it's hope desert with little to no shade and this is one of the longer/farther out trails so you can feel pretty isolated.

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  • Jared13
    *****

    This trail system is awesome! A must-ride if you're in the area. I highly recommend hitting Pick Your Poison, an absolute treat!

    Overall, the trails are rock/desert, well marked, and pretty flowy. Be careful coming down Draino I kicked the rear sideways and cut my sidewall on some shale. Even with that mishap, the system rocked!

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  • candyrapper
    Reviewing MacDaddy:
    *****

    If you like going fast and ridin' on the edge, then don't miss goin' south on this one! Or you can get off of Quickdraw to this trail for a nice pedal to the top if that's what turns your tires.

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  • candyrapper
    Reviewing Pansy:
    *****

    This is an avoidance trail on Pick Your Poison to miss some of the more challenging but fun sections on PYP. Good for those people who want to just keep cruising the trail.

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  • candyrapper
    Reviewing Pick Your Poison:
    *****

    What a great loop with lots of variety when connected with other trails. I prefer to ride it counterclockwise, but a clockwise route offers an array of differing characteristics worth experiencing as well. Well thought out and well made.

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  • candyrapper
    Reviewing Quickdraw:
    *****

    This is a nice trail for climbing, connecting, or bombing. Well made, and fun to ride for whatever the purpose.

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  • candyrapper
    Reviewing Cruiser:
    *****

    Just as its name states, this trail is an unimposing piece of track meant for cruising. Pretty much flat with a few short climbs here and there, it is a nice trail to ride to connect to other trails in the system or to just enjoy a nice leisurely ride.

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