Mountain Biking in a Utah Forest

Mountain Biking – The Bryce Canyon Region

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It’s time again to remind everyone about the great mountain biking opportunities in this region.  Start planning now for your next great biking adventure.

Utah Forest Mountain Biking

The beauty of Utah’s vast deserts and unending skies can be enjoyed in many ways and mountain biking just happens to be one of the most popular (and it’s the perfect way to avoid the tourist crowds). Within the borders of Bryce Canyon National Park itself, off-road biking is not permitted, but

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Cycling in Bryce Canyon Country

Scenic Byway 12
Scenic Byway 12 offers beauty and adventure for cycling enthusiasts. Often referred to as the most scenic road in America, Scenic Byway 12 navigates west-east for more than 120 miles through the heart of Bryce Canyon Country, from Panguitch to just beyond Boulder. The paved Scenic Byway 12 traverses through diverse, ruggedly beautiful scenery, including historic Panguitch surrounded by Dixie National Forest, the red rock landscape of Bryce Canyon and Red Canyon, Escalante’s slickrock canyons, and Boulder’s alpine

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Mountain Biking – Utah’s Bryce Canyon Country

The terrain in and around Bryce Canyon offers miles of biking trails that wind through some of the most spectacular scenery in Bryce Canyon Country. While riding is only permitted along the 18-mile paved scenic main road within Bryce Canyon National Park, there are plenty of exciting opportunities to hit the backcountry mountain biking trails in this scenic region.

Mountain biking along a rocky ridge.

Nearby Red Canyon offers red rock cliffs, hoodoos, and ponderosa forests similar to the landscape

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