Our trails are epic! Five trails within the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area have received the International Mountain Biking Association’s coveted “epic” designation. In so doing, the Big South Fork became the first national park unit in the United States with IMBA-designated epic bike trails. That, of course, is no surprise. The Big South Fork already had more miles of designated bike trails than any other national park in the continental U.S. The list of designated bike trails in the BSF continues to grow. For the most current list of bike-designated trails within the national park, we encourage you to consult the Big South Fork Bike Club. The Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area has developed several mountain bike trails within the 125,000-acre park. In addition, biking is allowed on most horse trails in the park and on shoulders of highways and all backcountry roads within the park.
The Epic Ride
- Map of bike trails: QuickView | Printable
- See a description of trails on the NPS website
- Big South Fork Bike Club
Big South Fork’s mountain bike trails are world class
“When you’re riding on the edge of the Big South Fork River gorge and you have a 200-foot vertical drop with the trail just 10 feet away from it, you just don’t find that anywhere else” » Read more