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Bicycling is allowed on paved and dirt roads in the park, but not on trails. On the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest and BLM lands, bikes are allowed on trails and roads, except where designated to the contrary. Bikes are not allowed on trails within the Mount Moriah Wilderness. For descriptions of the following rides, see Scenic Drives.

Suggested Rides

Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive

This scenic, paved road is a good road ride. Use caution for heavy traffic during the summer and fall.

Strawberry Creek Road

This two-track road into the northeast corner of the park is a pleasant mountain bike ride with a gradual climb.

Snake Creek Road

Partially maintained, the Snake Creek Road follows Snake Creek to end at a primitive campground set in an aspen grove.

Lexington Arch Road

Another road that is partly maintained and partly two-track, the road to Lexington Arch Trailhead climbs up a scenic canyon enroute.