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Grand Tetons & Yellowstone Multi-Sport Mountain Bike
Join a 6-day multi-activity tour through Wyoming with the cycling giving you access to some fantastic mountain biking trails. The Tetons are not merely rocks, they are a fountain of energy! From an internationally acclaimed climbing destination to an active geologic laboratory sitting atop enough magma to fill The Grand Canyon seven times over, (Park Service estimate), you'll get swept up in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem defined by no less than 17 rivers, 290 waterfalls, 4000 bison, wolf and lynx, plus the largest lake at elevation, 7733-ft. Yellowstone. Along the valley floor, the tour unfolds on bikes; riding through the Bridger-Teton National Forest, across open Bull moose and bison range.
- TypeFully Guided
- Duration6 days
- Culture LevelFamiliar
- Skill Level2 - Novice
- Activity Level3 - Active
- Elevation2 - Moderate
A sharp rise and jagged horizon set the Grand Tetons apart from the rest of the Rocky Mountains. Just forty miles long and ten miles wide, this relatively small section of the Rockies is also the youngest. Unlike other ranges in the Rockies, the Tetons have not been around long enough to have acquired the foothills and softer lines caused by centuries of erosion. Grand Teton National Park and Bridger-Teton National Forest protect this unique geographical feature, which rises to 13,770 feet, and the wildlife, ecology, and recreation opportunities it harbours-such as mountain biking.
This adventure encompasses three distinct regions around Jackson Hole. On the valley floor, in the "hole" surrounded by mountains, you'll ride the rolling prairie trails of Antelope Flats. To the east, you'll loop around through the Red Hills area. From here, you can see the ridgeline of your next ride directly across the valley, high in the Teton Mountains. From Monument Ridge trail, you will have great views of the Gros Ventre and Wind River mountain ranges. You'll also ride past some of the tributaries of the Snake River, where in the valley below, you'll have an option to raft the rapids. Then you turn to the Flagstaff and Blackrock areas to complete a tour of the best riding in the Grand Tetons region.