The long valley allows the towns of Victor, Driggs, Tetonia, and Alta Wyoming within her berth. Explore the regions longest, and most diverse trails systems within this valley of epic riding; you’ll have to decide on your own which is the best riding to be had as you’re riding the wild west of mountain biking. The trail here are diverse and includes lift access, downhill, freeride, cross country, enduro, and epic adventure rides. The Annual Teton Bike Festival is a great way to familiarize yourself with other riders and a general lay of the land, they also have a group ride info page.
Teton Valley is on the west side of the Teton Mountain Range and includes the Teton Mountains, The Snake River Range to the south and The Big Hole Mountains to the west.
Teton Valley is on the west side of the Teton Mountain Range and includes the Teton…
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In 2016, Mountain Bike the Tetons joined a voluntary, collaborative, county-led process intended to result in one, multi-county legislative lands package that is broadly supported by public lands stakeholders in Wyoming. The ultimate goal is a new federal law that governs the designation and management of Wyoming’s Wilderness Study Areas (WSAs); and, where possible, addresses and pursues other public land …Continue reading
The Teton Basin Ranger District of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest is seeking public comments on the proposed Teton Canyon Trailhead, Campground, & Dispersed Recreation Improvements Project. This project is a response to an increase in demand for dispersed camping opportunities, day recreation opportunities, and trailhead congestion while providing for visitor safety, protection of municipal water infrastructure, and preserving watershed and …Continue reading
From Teton County News “The numbers revealed that it was a banner year for donations. One out of every four households in Teton Valley participated in giving, totaling 986 donors. The median gift per household was $250, which is a 39 percent increase over last year. During the giving period, $1,538,727 was raised, which is a 22 percent increase.” The …Continue reading
High peaks, peaceful valleys, and abundant wildlife attract adventurers to this part of the country who are looking for excitement and serenity. The Teton Valley offers the peaceful pleasures of yesterday as it is less developed than its sister city of Jackson. While providing similar access to the regions towering peaks, mountain lakes, and numerous trails, this area allows you …Continue reading
8/31/17 Update On July 15th, Jim Sadauckas began flagging and clearing the advanced Green loop. With the help of the trail crew and a few dedicated volunteers, the trail began to take shape over the next couple weeks. All of that hard work and the trail is now ridable. We will be completing a few features over the remainder of …Continue reading
With the surge in popularity of balance bikes, we are seeing children learning to ride bikes soon after walking. Kids are interested in becoming more skilled at a younger age and would greatly benefit from a program to teach bike safety, etiquette, and riding skills. The Teton area is lacking programs for young cyclists and the creation of a youth …Continue reading
From the Trail Crew desk: July 17, 2017 First, our big news: we have hired Maintenance Monday regular Tyler Nelson as our third trail crew member. Tyler is finishing up his previous job at Grand Teton Brewery and will join us on the trail sometime this week. He was hired with funds from our recently awarded National Forest System Trail Stewardship Grant. Welcome, …Continue reading
The program will begin in June of 2018 but we need your help! Visit our Volunteer Page and drop us a line if you are interested in coaching or sponsoring the program. 09/11/17 Update Sprockids is currently seeking someone to build the wooden features for teaching skills to the participants. We have blueprints and materials ready to go, so please …Continue reading
Thank you, thank you, thank you to all of you who donated! Between May 19th and July 21st, 2017, 105 donors gave to Mountain Bike the Tetons through the Tin Cup Challenge. Totaling $21,170.80, your donations will be matched by the amazing Community Foundation of Teton Valley. They will directly fund trail advocacy, maintenance, and program development, further enhancing recreational & economic …Continue reading
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 …Continue reading
In 2014, Teton Region was granted Silver Level Ride Center status by the International Mountain Bicycling Association, a designation representing IMBA’s Model Trail recognition for large-scale mountain bike facilities that offer something for every rider. Riders in the Teton Region have to make some tough decisions about which of the dozens of amazing trails to ride. The Grand Targhee Resort, Jackson Hole …Continue reading
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 …Continue reading