Salt Lake City is a beautiful city surrounded by incredible nature. While there are plenty of ways to explore all that the area has to offer, one of the best ways to do it is by bicycle. 

If you’re looking for some of the best Salt Lake City bike trails, look no further. Read on, and we’ll have you biking around the city in no time.

Bonneville Shoreline Trail

If you’re new to cycling or just a little bit rusty, Bonneville Shoreline is a good intro to biking in Salt Lake City. It’s also a great ride if you just moved to the city.

The trail has plenty of entry points around the city, which means you can make it as easy or as difficult as you want. We recommend starting at the zoo or at the capital and taking in the sweeping views of the city as you ride the entire loop.

City Creek Canyon

City Creek Canyon is a great ride for those who are looking to add a little challenge to the Bonneville Shoreline trail. 

This trail connected to the Bonneville Shoreline and heads up at a relatively consistent elevation gain. The trail goes through the forest so you’ll have plenty of shade and some amazing wildlife sightings.

Be sure to note that the trail is closed to bikes on even days, and closed to cars on odd days.  

Jordan River Parkway

If you’re looking for a family-friendly biking adventure that can be as short or as long as you want, Jordan River Parkway is perfect.

The trail is 45 miles long as spans from Utah Lake on the south end up to the Great Salt Lake on the north, following the Jordan River. The trail connects with other trails as well as neighborhood paths, making it easy to hop in and out wherever you want. 

9 Line Bike Park

For a completely different biking experience, hop on your mountain bike and head to 9 Line Bike Park. 

This urban bike park is located under a highway in Salt Lake City, transforming the unused land into a bike jumping paradise.

Cycle The City

While Salt Lake City offers plenty of bike escapes out of the city, it also offers a rich urban biking experience. 

Cycle The City is a 13.5-mile self-guided tour of the city utilizing bike lanes and multi-use paths. There are tons of fun city stops along the way, and you can do the whole loop or quit whenever you want.

This bike path is easily done with a GREENbike, the Salt Lake City bike share system, so you don’t even need your own bike to explore the city.

Beyond Salt Lake City Bike Trails

Now that you’re ready to explore Salt Lake City bike trails, you might want to know more about this beautiful city. 

Whether you live in Salt Lake City and need tips for your home, or simply looking for more places to explore, keep reading our blog, and make Salt Lake City your home.