Horseshoe Area

Mountain Biking in Driggs
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Teton Valley’s primary “after-work fun zone” is located about 10 minutes west of downtown Driggs in Horseshoe Canyon. These fun and flowing singletrack trails are well-maintained, well-ridden, and not to be missed. There are seven trails in the foothills of the Big Hole Mountain Range, weaving between open sagebrush flats and spruce/fir forest. Beginners might walk a few logs and bridges but will still have plenty of fun; more advanced riders will enjoy the challenges of the trails.

Caribou-Targhee National Forest, MTB Project - Horseshoe Area Mountain Biking

Things To Know

  • Riders encouraged to wear helmets.
  • Insect repellent, sunscreen, and sunglasses recommended.
  • Clothing should be comfortable but not baggy.
  • Bring water and a light backpack for essential gear.
  • Bikers must pack out all trash, respect trail boundaries, and yield to hikers.
  • No restrooms.
  • Limited parking.

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