Shred the Trails
road biking, mountain biking, or just cruising around town
A well-maintained bike path travels from the popular Ousel Falls trailhead passed the Big Sky Town Center through the Meadow Village, down to the Canyon and south along Highway 191 to Ophir School. Big Sky area bike shops can provide trail maps and all the gear you’ll need, to rent or for purchase.
Road bikers can travel the scenic mountain roads and highways, choosing routes through the twists and turns of the Gallatin Canyon/U.S. Highway 191 from the Bozeman area into the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park and on to West Yellowstone. Some pedal right from their door to the Big Sky Spur Road (Lone Mountain Trail), for a 10-plus mile journey that heads up from Big Sky’s Meadow Village to Mountain Village and on to Moonlight Basin.
Slay the singletrack and pedal your way to some mountain peaks and great views with numerous well-maintained trails and mountain bike friendly dirt roads around the Big Sky area. The mountain bike terrain ranges from mild to rigorous with most trails leading to some of the best views in the Rockies. Some popular trails include: Porcupine, Garnet Mountain, Ramshorn Lake, Mica Creek and many more. Some of the best single track and downhill mountain biking can also be found on Lone Mountain at Big Sky Resort, with lift access and a well kept trail system with terrain for all levels.