Grand Teton National Park Biking

Biking is a popular activity in the park, but there are no formal bikepaths. Some roads in the park have only a very narrow shoulder, or lack one altogether. Extreme caution must be used. Download the Biking brochure for a map of suggested routes and be sure to follow the guidelines below:

Safe Biking

wear a helmet at all times ride bicycles only on roadways, not on trails ride on the right side of the road in single file obey the rules of the road at all times use hand signals to communicate with other drivers Regulations

Bicycle riders in the park and parkway must obey the same rules and regulations that apply to motorized vehicles. Bicycles are allowed only on paved and unpaved roads, unless otherwise posted. Bicycles are not allowed on any park or parkway trails or in any backcountry areas. Operating a bicycle abreast of another bicycle on paved roads within the park and parkway is prohibited. During low visibility and between sunset and sunrise, bicyclists must display a white light or reflector from the front and a red light or reflector from the rear.

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