Mountain Biking

More than one thousand miles of trails are woven throughout the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, and many are open to mountain bikers.

How you rate trail difficulty will depend on your riding experience, the kind of bike you use, your goals, along with the ever-changing factors of weather and trail conditions. Trail guide pamphlets are available at the District Ranger Stations and the Forest Headquarters. Information includes specific trail information and directions for locating trails.  

Provide feedback about your trail experience & conditions. Trail conditions often change. Contacting your local Ranger Station to let a Forest Service representative know about a change in trail conditions, such as a fallen tree or washout, is a tremendous help.

E-bikes (or electric assisted bikes) are motorized bikes!  Please remember that e-bikes are restricted to motorized trails.

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