Fall Biking for All!
Biking in our area is amazing any time of year but, fall biking in the Wood River Valley is a feast for the eyes (and the body) no matter your level or style of riding. Temperatures drop, the leaves begin to turn colors, the trails seem to be the perfect amount of tacky, the crowds slow a little, and the daylight is still stretching the days long. Whether you’re a roadie, a gravel traveler, a mountain biker or a bike path doddler, the Wood River Valley trail system is one of the best in the country.
Our community is highly invested in local trail systems and making them available and enjoyable for everyone. The Wood River Trails Coalition (WRTC) has built partnerships to develop an adaptive network opening up our passion to all abilities. How cool is that?
BCRD Summer TrailLink!
One of the best resources for all levels of biking is the Blaine County Recreation District’s (BCRD) Summer TrailLink. This tool provides all the necessary information about our local trails, from access points and difficulty levels to current conditions and/or closures.