Teton County has more than 53 miles of paved bike paths stretching from town to Teton Village and beyond, plus an additional 16 miles in Grand Teton National Park. And cycling around on them is a great way to avoid peak summer traffic and get to know Jackson Hole. Visitors can rent bikes from START Bike and Friends of Pathways’ bike share to cruise around Teton County.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort rents road bikes, mountain bikes, and kid’s bikes at three retail locations in town and in Teton Village. Snow King Resort also offers bike rentals at the base of the “town hill.” At the base of Teton Pass in Wilson, Wilson Backcountry Sports offers full-suspension mountain bikes, gravel bikes, e-bikes, and cruiser pathway bikes.
E-bikes are allowed on all paved pathways in Teton County, but remember to mind your speed and look out for other users. Pathways wind through family neighborhoods and popular recreation areas, so remember to mind your speed and be considerate of other pathway users. You’ll almost certainly cross paths with runners, dogs, kids, and maybe even some wildlife. Etiquette is to keep right and pass left. Make sure you warn other users as you approach them. Learn more about Teton County’s pathway system at Friends of Pathways.