With an extensive collection of scenic roads and exciting trails, road bikers and mountain bikers of all abilities can experience Yellowstone Country’s treasures up close and personal. For a truly unique adventure, bike Yellowstone National Park or the Beartooth Highway. And, when it comes to four-season riding, Montana’s Yellowstone Country is quickly asserting itself as the fat biking/snow biking capital of the northern Rockies.
Bozeman Area Bike Trails
Gallatin County offers an abundance of challenging biking trails, as well as great road touring. Around the greater Bozeman area, there are many trails to choose from. You’ll find two excellent trails at Headwaters State Park and, through the Gallatin Canyon, there are great National Forest Trails. There are also a number of wonderful trails around West Yellowstone, starting with the Rendezvous Trail System.
Livingston Area Bike Trails
In Park County, you’ll find great biking trails all the way from Wilsall, in the north, down to Gardiner, at the south end of the county, and throughout Livingston. For a spectacular road tour, ride from Livingston to Gardiner, through gorgeous Paradise Valley.
Big Timber Area Bike Trails
Around Sweet Grass County, you’ll find a number of excellent biking trails. Head north of Big Timber, into the Crazy Mountains area, or drop south down into the Boulder Valley area.
Beartooth Area Bike Trails
Come bike the spectacular Beartooth Highway. Designated a national scenic byway “All-American Road” in 2002, this roadway cuts through the Beartooth Corridor from Red Lodge to Cooke City. You’ll also find many excellent biking trails on either end, at both Red Lodge and Cooke City.
Biking Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone Park offers some of the most spectacular natural beauty in the country and what better way to explore that natural beauty than on the seat of a bicycle? It’s much closer to nature than a motor vehicle, yet it provides a great deal more mobility than hiking and it’s good exercise, to boot.