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Mountain Biking in Idaho

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Mountain Biking in Idaho

You don’t need to travel far to find excellent mountain biking in Idaho. Regardless of where you travel on any given weekend, consider bringing your mountain bike. The entire state is a gigantic mountain biking playground.

Mountain Biking in Idaho

From extensive trail systems with rugged terrain to leisurely downhill trails, you’ll find routes that match all skill levels, distances, and challenges in North Idaho. One point of commonality presented on nearly every track is compacted dirt, creating smooth and fast rides. Several Idaho State Parks offer single-track mountain biking, and with 70% of the state covered by federal public lands, you’ll find no shortage of mountain bike trails through National Forests and BLM lands.

With this many trail options and breathtaking scenery, mountain biking in Idaho is sure to please novice riders to the most advanced. So get behind your handlebars and spend a day exploring some of Idaho’s best terrain.

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