With elevations ranging from 8,000 feet to 12,183 feet, Rocky Mountain National Park has biking trails for all levels. For a nominal fee of $10/bicycle, visitors can ride any of the 60 miles of hard-surfaced bike roads throughout the park.

Off-road Mountain Biking is not available within the park, but there are other nearby National Forests that do offer off-road trails for a backcountry experience.

For more information on mountain biking guidelines and seasonality, visit the National Park Services website.