The park has a great trail system for bikers of all ability levels. The trails interconnect with each other to make for a ride as short or long as you want with mixes of fast flowing trails, single track and others with gradual climbs. Beginners and experts alike can create their own riding experience.
More complete information is available on the trail page.
There is a mix of short-grass prairies, Gambel oak woodlands and ponderosa pine/Douglas fir forests on the 19 trails totaling about 23.5 miles that are available to explore by bike.
From easy, family-friendly trails, like Sundance, to more difficult single track style trails, like Medicine Wheel, there are plenty to choose from.
For a longer excursion, extend the ever-popular Talon trail ride to include N. Talon to the turnoff for the Dixon trail.
PLEASE NOTE: The first 2.5 miles of the Dixon trail is open to bikers, hikers and equestrian users, so please remember the yield triangle for proper trail etiquette. At the 2.5 mile turnaround point, enjoy great views and a rock bench to rest. After that point, bikers and equestrian riders must turn back as the Dixon trail continues at a steep grade with tight, rocky switchbacks and is only open for foot traffic.
To protect the park's fragile ecosystems, dogs are only allowed on certain trails. Smoking is not permitted on the trails.