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Mountain Biking Trails

With endless sunshine, slickrock trails and amazing geological wonders  — Utah has made a name for itself when it comes to mountain biking. High-altitude tracks run through alpine forests in Northern Utah, and southern trails wind through red cliffs to panoramic desert views. Riders at every level can find great riding across the entire state. 

Winter Mountain Biking

Northern Utah Mountain Biking

The majestic 1,500-year old juniper tree awaits riders at the top of Logan's Jardine Juniper trail.

Photo: Emily Sierra

Riding Salt Lake City's segment of the famous Bonneville Shoreline Trail.

Photo: Jay Dash

Southern Utah Mountain Biking

Moab Trails

Slickrock Bike Trail

Photo: Andrew Burr

The Intrepid Trail System in Dead Horse Point State Park is great for beginner and intermediate riders and leads to amazing views of the Colorado River.

Photo: Austen Diamond

Moab is not necessarily the best place to learn how to mountain bike unless you hire a guide who can show you the ropes and lead you on the routes.

Photo: Dean Krakel

Cedar City and Bryce Canyon-Area Trails

Thunder Mountain singletrack trail.

Photo: Scott Markewitz

Expect spectacular red rocks and hoodoos on the trails near Bryce Canyon National Park.

Photo: Scott Markewitz


Seven Must-Ride Mountain Biking Trails in Utah

Written By Visit Utah

5 minute read

To help you plan a Utah mountain biking trip, we've assembled a list of seven of Utah’s best mountain biking trails followed by a roundup of Utah’s best fat-tire destinations.

Adventure, Mountain Biking

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