Biking in Bryce Canyon
Bryce Canyon Area Biking Companies
Bike Zion is a great jumping off point for your pedaling adventure. We are located just outside Zion National Park in the town of Springdale.
Zion Biking offers challenging and beginner trails and shuttle service to the best ride in the park. Zion is home to some of the most scenic mountain biking trails in the Western United States.
Zion Rock & Mountain Guides
Offering “the most comprehensive guide service in Southern Utah,” Zion Rock & Mountain Guides provides great guided tours and other resources created and run by experienced outdoor professionals who are passionate about Zion National Park.
Ruby’s Inn Bike Rentals
Rent one or more mountain bike’s and venture out on a vast number of great roads and single track trails in the Bryce Canyon area. Bike rental is based on first come first serve basis. With advance notice we will prepare a box lunch for you and your group. This is a great way to see the back-country.
Bike Trails In Bryce Canyon
What better way to experience the fresh air and beauty of Bryce Canyon then on a mountain or road bike in Red Canyon! With all of the vast a ray of trails and dirt and paved roads you can find something for every level of bike rider. Bryce Canyon is as diverse in its trail and road systems as it is in its 100% original beauty. With elevation changes of 7,000 to 9,000 feet we are sure that along that way you will find what you are after.
If you have brought your mountain bike with you, put your helmet on and get ready for some one of a kind riding through the red rock. Some of the top trails to ride while in the Bryce Canyon Area:
*Please do not forget your helmet!!
The name of this trail comes from the famous western outlaw Butch Cassidy, It is believed that this is the area of one of his hangouts. The trail is 8.9 mile and is a great ride through the ponderosa pines. This red dirt trail will blend in to the majestic Red Rock scenery you will be pedaling past.
This trail winds only 2.8 miles through many Red Rock formations and connects to the Cassidy trail I just talked about above.
These road all connect at the top and virtually go up and down every canyon on both sides of the west side of Tropic Reservoir. The names you will watch for consist of Blubber Creek, Blue Fly Creek, Kanab Creek, and North Kanab Creek. There is mile upon miles of canyon trails and roads through this system.
This trails upper half is mainly through a thick forest of ponderosa pines, and drops to a red rock scenic trail which spans 7.8 miles in length.
This ride takes you through many beautiful and dramatic red rock bowls and valleys. It is only a 5.5 mile trail.