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 Mountain Resort and the greater Snow King area and Teton Pass trails alone will entertain for several days worth of riding with both lift-assisted and pedal-powered riding. Beyond the resorts, you could spend weeks riding everything from bike parks and kid/beginner-friendly trails to flowing cross-country, remote, backcountry epics and purpose-built, downhill-specific trails. The Teton Pass downhill trails are nationally renowned for being the first DH specific trail network developed on public land. Numerous trail systems can be linked without getting in a car.
The Teton Region Ride Center experience doesn’t end with the insane amount of trails; it’s a lifestyle located in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and filled with a variety of outdoor adventures that are complemented by awe-inspiring mountains, wildlife, rivers, brew pubs, ethnic restaurants, live music and culture. The beauty and diversity of the Teton Region Ride Center will enthrall and entertain any style of rider. The trails are uncrowded, diverse and unbelievable beautiful.
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