Becoming a mountain biking destination: Greater Zion
With all of the red-rock beauty and slick-rock adventure of any other famous location, the area is fast becoming known as one of the best mountain biking destinations in America. Our mountain biking trails come with fewer people and year-round access.
This extreme southwestern section of Utah boasts clear skies upwards of 300+ days every year. Most of the year, temperatures range from the mid 50s to low-80s. Outdoor temperatures are only a passing problem for a couple months each summer, but can be avoided by starting out early in the morning and getting off the trail before noon. Spend the rest of the day relaxing by the pool or riding some trails found in Pine Valley, located above St. George.
Some of the most popular trails in the region are Gooseberry Mesa, The Zen Trail, Bear Claw Poppy Trail, Barrel Roll, Jem Trail, Green Valley Loop, Little Creek, and you can find 40+ other mountain biking trails that will capture your attention and offer remarkable scenic views along the way.
Interactive Trails Map
Plan your next adventure in southwestern Utah using our interactive map. The map is easy-to-use and includes suggested mountain biking trails from red rock deserts to alpine mountains. Trails can be filtered based on activity, difficulty, and distance. When you find your next trail, you can download it, share it, and print the map and directions for offline accessibility.