Wyoming is a mountain biker's dream. Full of action opportunities, trails and experiences you're not going to get in every state.

Depending on the part of the state you're visiting, the trail riding experience will be different. Sometimes you're at a lower elevation with less grade and other times you're at high elevations riding the brakes down the side of a mountain. We know that Wyoming is the Equality State, but not when it comes to mountain biking.

The state is full of great places to ride and thanks to sites like Singletracks.com, you can easily find many of those locations. With an interactive map, you can see that there are hundreds of prime mountain biking trails all over the state.

Mountain Biking Destinations

In some parts of the state, the mountains that are covered with snow and skiers in the winter months, are full of mountain bikers and summer adventure seekers.

Travel Wyoming has a list of their go-to places to ride as well.

Green River - Wilkins Peak Trails

Cheyenne and Laramie's - Curt Gowdy State Park

Laramie's - Happy Jack Recreation Area and Vedauwoo 

Glendo - Glendo State Park

Lander - Sinks Canyon 

Buffalo/ Sheridan - Big Horn National Forest

Sundance - Black Hills National Forest

Casper - Casper Mountain

Pinedale - Bridger-Teton National Forest

Centennial - Snowy Range 

Dubois - Shoshone National Forest

No matter what your skill level is, there's plenty of places for you to ride and enjoy the incredible Wyoming views.

People come from all over the world to mountain bike and explore the Cowboy State, and you can see some of their adventures. Some are a little more extreme than others, but cool to see if from their perspective.

The Laramie Peak Trail From Top To Bottom

Laramie Peak is 10, 276' and the trail is around 10 miles out and back. The trail rises 2,500’ in elevation.. Panoramic views can be seen from the summit of Laramie Peak including several states, mountain ranges, and cities. This trail is rated "difficult" .

Casper Mountain Bridle Trail Summer 2021

Casper Mountain's famous Bridle Trail is finally clear of snow which means it is ready and waiting for you. Here is a look at the trail along with a few tips and tricks to help you enjoy your hiking experience.

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