Teton Valley offers three known mountain biking trails providing approximately 32 miles of riding terrain for beginners to experts. Each of the three trails is located by one of the three main cities in Teton Valley (Tetonia, Victor, or Driggs). Mountain biking in the valley also includes some different events. There is a yearly mountain bike festival, and the Grand Targhee hill climb. These events are advertised through the Teton Valley Trails and Pathways. Many of the hiking and horseback riding trails can also be used for mountain biking as well. Please refer to the Hiking and Horseback Riding section for more information.
Grand Targhee is one of the more well-known areas to mountain bike, but does require a fee to use the chair lifts. It offers a wide range of trails from single track trails through winding wildflower meadows at the base area to miles of technical lift-serviced downhill trails. The Wydaho Rendezvous Bike Festival is one of the best bike festivals in the West. With hundreds of miles of single track, downhill trails,, and unbelievable scenic views, it attracts bikers from all over the country.