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Biking in Cody/Yellowstone Country

March 17th, 2010 by Park County Travel Council | Be the first to comment!

As a true biking enthusiast, there’s nothing quite like taking the ol’ two wheeler out for a run on a blissfully warm summer day. Whether it’s road-cycling or mountain biking, nothing replaces the feeling of being one-on-one with Mother Nature’s unspoiled beauty.

To successfully plan for a full day of trailblazing, make sure to leave in the morning; even when the sun is just peeking past the horizon. This will ensure that you have all the time in the world to stop and stretch, stay in one spot longer or keep a leisurely pace. The last thing you want to do is bike a great distance, realize you’ve gone too far and you’ll be back only in the wee hours of the night. Allow yourself the time to fully appreciate the full country landscape of forests, valleys, canyons and mountains.

If you’re looking to enjoy an afternoon of bicycling, explore the trailheads that are located inside the city: Beck Lake Park, Red Lakes and the Paul Stock Nature Trail. Adrenaline junkies will find their fix in the mountain trails of the Shoshone National Forest. For more details on biking options, get your hands on a copy for The Cody Mountain Biking Guide, available at the Cody Country Chamber of Commerce or Absaroka Bicycles.

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