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.
In 2015, our beloved Rocky Mountain National Park turned 100 years old. To celebrate, we gathered our favorite 100 activities and things to do that make our side of the park so special. Whether you've never been to the park or you return year after year, you're sure to find some new reasons to love Rocky Mountain National Park.Read More
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