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Elk Refuge Trail Professional Review and Guide
"Highlights: Crosses grassland prairie of the National Elk Refuge and then enters the Bridger-Teton National Forest. As a bonus to your ride, leave your bike at the turnaround point and hike up the trail for an even better view of the Tetons. Hazards: The trail is overgrown in some areas, making the road surface hard to see. Tread: Doubletrack with some short sections of single-track."
--Amber Travsky, Mountain Biking Jackson Hole (Falcon Guides).
This trail was very pleasant for a family bike ride. It is adjacent to Jackson, not 9 miles outside of town as I read in one description. This is especially relevant if you renting bikes. Rather than needing to rent a bike rack, we easily drove city streets from the bike shop to the beginning of the Elk Refuge.
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