Bandit - Mountain Bike the Tetons

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This trail can be accessed from the Teewinot chair lift behind Jackson Hole Sports in Teton Village [Directions from Wilson, WY].


This is designated for downhill traffic only and can be ridden by taking the Teewinot chair lift to the top and riding the bike park trails back to the base of the lift. Several combinations of ride options are possible due to a tight network of trails that intersect at various locations.


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Trail Status: Excellent

Trail Condition: Dry

Distance: 1.35 km (0.84 mi)

Difficulty: More Difficult

Min Elevation: 1953 m (6407 ft)

Max Elevation: 2046 m (6713 ft)

Total Elevation +/-: - 104 m (341 ft)

Min Grade: -25 %

Max Grade: 24 %

Recorded: 07/24/2015 2:53pm

Trail Status


Trail Conditions

Some Mud
Very Muddy
Snow Packed
Snow Covered


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Dear Friends, 2015 was a pivotal year for Mountain Bike the Tetons. As I look back on my first year as Executive Director, I’m so pleased to see how far our organization has come, and I’m excited and energized to keep the momentum rolling into 2016. Community support has fueled our successes. Whether you moved dirt during a Maintenance Monday …

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Maintenance Mondays

What are Maintenance Mondays? Mountain Bike the Tetons started the Maintenance Monday program to encourage volunteer trail work and to address existing maintenance needs on Teton Valley trails. Recognizing that most of us like to ride on the weekends and, truth be told, not many of us can swing a tool for more than a couple of hours, MBT holds these …

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Mail Cabin Reroute Project

In 2014, Mountain Bike the Tetons secured a grant from 1% for the Tetons to design and dig a massive reroute to replace the existing fall line trail up to Windy Ridge, knowing this hike-a-bike was keeping many riders from enjoying this otherwise phenomenal ride. This fall line trail was deeply eroded and therefore depositing sediment directly into Mail Cabin …

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Proposed Victor BLM Trails

What is the Victor BLM Project? In fall 2014, Mountain Bike the Tetons submitted a general proposal to the BLM to request approval of new, multi-use (mountain bike, hike, horseback and motorcycle) singletrack trails on BLM lands in Teton County, ID. Depending on what the BLM approves, between 10-14 miles of new singletrack could be approved as part of this plan. Thanks to …

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Around The Block

After the trip I’d taken the previous year, I wasn’t prepared to spend more than a few hours at a time behind the wheel, so I charted a course around the block that would take me to visit some old friends and a few new riding destinations. First stop was Logan, UT where several good friends of mine call home. …

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Amanda Carey Hired as New MBT Executive Director

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2014 Lost Trail Bike Fest

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Wydaho Rendezvous MTB Festival & Super D Race

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2014 Pierre’s Hole 50/100 Mountain Bike Race

A few photos I took at the race last weekend: Beautiful weather, perfect conditions, the best course to date (no more double track), and a very impressive effort from all of the racers made for a amazing race. More photos can be seen over at Grand Targhee’s Facebook page. Race results can be found at Milliseconds.

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