The Jackson area has over 50 miles of paved pathways, and link the towns of Jackson, Wilson, Teton Village and Grand Teton National Park. These paths lead to some of the most scenic views in the area and must-visit destinations in the Jackson Hole area, including Teton Village, Jenny Lake, the Snake River, and much more. For those looking for a grueling but beautiful ride, the “Around the Block” route takes bikers on a 100-plus mile loop west over Teton Pass, south on Pine Creek Pass and back around north through Snake River Canyon. Another incredible option is riding from the town of Jackson 30 miles north to Jenny Lake – one of the most scenic areas of Grand Teton National Park. Our knowledgeable staff can help you determine the best route to ride based on your preferences!
Where to Ride Electric Bikes
Come explore Jackson Hole’s network of great bike routes and pathways with an Electric Bike! Enjoy a spectacular view and front row seating to the wildlife and views along the way. Best of all, your not spending your vacation in traffic or looking for parking!
Teton County and the Town of Jackson have welcomed Electric Bikes with open arms and they even own a fleet to save them time in traffic and reduce their impact. Grand Teton National Park and the pathway along the National Elk Refuge currently classify Electric Bikes as motorized vehicles and motorized vehicles are not allowed on the Pathway. Many have chosen the risk of a ticket and the safety of the pathway over the risk of riding on the Highway shoulder while being passed by inexperienced RV drivers. We have not heard of anyone riding a Class 1, 2, or 3 E-Bike receiving anything more than a warning for being on the pathway.