Teton and Big Hole Mountains Adventure Map

MBT has teamed up with Adventure Maps to distribute the most inclusive trail map & guide ever for the Teton and Big Hole Mountains. Please contact us at info@mountainbiketetons.com for wholesale and personal orders. Retail price is $12.99

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 to experience nature off the beaten path.

Mountain bikers, cross-country skiers, and equestrians alike can enjoy hundreds of miles of trails on the map suitable for a wide range of skills and fitness levels. This map has route descriptions for fifteen mountain bike rides, six hikes, three fat bike rides, two road bike rides, and three cross country skiing areas. Each of these descriptions was researched by Adventure Maps in coordination with the local experts. The descriptions and overall view that this map provides will help you plan a great day of adventure and get you home safely. All of our maps are now available for use on smartphones and tablets. From within the free PDF Map Reader app (see QR links below,) you can purchase and download electronic versions of your maps. The beauty of this app is that once maps are loaded onto your device, you don’t need cell or Wi-Fi service to use the maps and their built-in GPS functionality.

The waterproof material his map is printed on won’t wear out the seams and will stand up to the elements as well as accidental soaking from your water bottle.

Go to www.adventuremaps.net for information on all their other maps. This map was a collaborative effort between Adventure Maps and Mountain Bike the Tetons. 20% from the sale of each map will go to support mountain biking in the Tetons. This organization is very active building and maintaining trails in this area. Find out more about them at www.MountainBikeTetons.org. Special thanks also to the forest service personnel and other local experts who reviewed this map in order to ensure accuracy.