Best Mountain Biking in Alaska

Looking for the best mountain biking in Alaska? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Alaska. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the incredible Outbound community.

  • Hike Winner Creek Gorge

    Most people will start this trail behind the Hotel Alyeska and parking is available there if you're not a guest spending the night. This trail can be broken down into 3 segments and the first section is .75 miles along many sections of boardwalk....

    6 miles

  • Hike to Rabbit Lake and the Suicide Peaks

    The best part about this trail other than the stunning views is it's easy access from Anchorage; it is about a 20 minute drive from the center of town.  You can access the trailhead by taking DeArmoun Road past Hillside Drive, when it soon turns i...

    10 miles

  • Snow Biking in Alaska's Arctic

    White Mountains National Recreation Area is run by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, and is best traveled during the winter months. The BLM maintains three trailheads to provide access to 12 public recreation cabins that are connected by extensi...

    100 miles

  • Mountain Bike at Kincaid Park

    Kincaid Park is a 1500 acre park in Anchorage that offers 25 miles of singletrack and a variety of trails. I'd recommend starting at the Raspberry trailhead to complete a big loop of the park. The trails are mostly super flowy, without any serious...

  • Camp at Riley Creek Campground

    The campground has cell service, and wifi available for purchase. Fires are allowed year-round, and downed wood may be gathered. Potable water is seasonal - make sure you have all proper water filtration systems needed! No campgrounds in Denali ha...

  • Camp at Woodward Priest Rock

    Someone in my group was lucky enough to find this very cabin available to stay at in the national park, while we all were doing our research for camping spots in our big Alaska National Parks' Trip. We were stoked to be able to stay at such a hist...

  • Explore Eklutna Lake

    This beautiful lake is fed by Eklutna Glacier.   There is so much to do here:  Rent bikes or kayaks (bring your own too).  Info about renting is here.   Walk or bike along the trail that wraps around the lake Hike Twin Peaks TrailIf you want a mor...