This page provides a summary for cycling and climbing by bike the top climbs in Wyoming. Biking up some of the best climbs in Wyoming including Granite Pass, Teton Pass, Beartooth Pass South, Casper Mountain, Alternate Route 14 and more. This page contains the top bike climbs in Wyoming. Bicycling, riding and climbing the top, most difficult, hardest, challenging, extreme, best, scenic, inspiring, bucket list climbs in Wyoming.
These climbs can be viewed via the map below (scroll in to view climbs in particular areas), by a detailed list of the climbs that can be arranged by difficulty, distance (longest climbs in the area), altitude gained, highest elevation (highest summit), average grade (sort the grades by varying distances), lowest start point, etc.
Wyoming is an amazing place to climb mountains by bike. Home to rich western history, wide open plains, and unobstructed views from high elevation, you will never regret traveling to Wyoming for a cycling adventure.
HARDEST BIKE CLIMB IN WYOMING
Cycling Alternate Route 14, Wyoming.
Ride by bike into the Bighorn Mountains as they rise from the Great Plains.
The bike climb up Alternate Route 14 is thirteen miles.
THE HIGHEST BIKE CLIMB IN WYOMING
Cycling Beartooth Pass South, Wyoming.
Ride 21.5 miles gaining 4,329’ to elevation 10,947’.
Just 70 miles from the northern entrance to Yellowstone, this is a must-do for anyone near the northern section of Yellowstone. Together with Beartooth Pass North (Montana), this is one of the most epic and scenic out-and-backs in the US.
THE LONGEST BIKE CLIMB IN WYOMING
Cycling Powder River.
Ride 24.8 miles gaining 5,258’ at 3.8% average grade.
This climb, which starts a few miles east of Ten Sleep on Highway 16, is a long climb at just under 25 miles, but never too steep. After several miles, we enter the Bighorn National Forest where the scenery is amazing. Views include high rocky cliffs (similar to Cedar Canyon in Utah), beautiful pine trees, and flowing rivers along Highway 16.
THE OLDEST NATIONAL PARK IN THE US
The US’ first national park, established 1872.
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