BRYCE CANYON AREA BIKE RIDING
Bryce Canyon Area Bike Riding Trails are well organized and feature some great places to just ride or do some serious mountain biking! Without a doubt, the best website for biking info is hosted by Utah Trails. Their website provides excellent information for those that enjoy biking, hiking, ATV’s and horseback riding.
We have some wonderful bike trails within and near Bryce Canyon and Red Canyon. However, we’ve had guests that just love to explore the southern Utah area, especially Garfield County on various bike trails.
Utah Trails site provides excellent maps, locations, details and types of trail rides throughout our great area. Be sure to visit them for all the great info they provide. They include:
If you prefer to just ride locally, we have some great biking trails listed here:
Casto Canyon Trail
This beautiful Red Canyon area ride is ideal for a mountain bike! It’s a 5.5 mile one-way ride or 14.4 mile loop ride winds through incredible red rock formations. Discover the lesser known views of Red Canyon and the solitude of the Dixie National Forest.
Losee Canyon Trail
This almost 3 mile trail is packed with
red rock formations while leading you to several canyons. The Losee Canyon Trail connects to the Casto
Canyon to the north or Red Canyon to the south.
Red Canyon Trail
Is a 5+-mile paved trail following Scenic
Highway 12 past the hoodoos and spectacular red rock of Red Canyon.
Thunder Mountain Trail
This 8 mile mountain trail offers a great ride through a huge ponderosa pine forest; then, the lower section of the trail features more beautiful red and orange rock country.
We even have Guided Tour Groups that will stay here at our Stone Canyon Inn and then go for a day trip to the various parks and monuments within our area.
As you've quickly realized, Bryce Canyon Area Bike Riding is very extensive and popular for this area.
However you want to enjoy your stay, we are here to help!
A couple enjoying their time together while in the Bryce Canyon Area Bike Riding