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Utah is an outdoor paradise, whether outdoor enthusiasts want to indulge in skiing, ATVing (all-terrain vehicles), rock climbing, hiking, fishing and so on. It’s also one of the best mountain biking destinations in the world, so we’ve picked out some of the best areas and trails in the state and highlighted where to stay nearby. Take a look at our list for the best mountain biking Airbnbs in Utah.
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Sundance is a dreamy place to mountain bike. Through the resort, is a single-track course, which is easily accessed by the lift during the summer. Come stay at this snug as a bug carriage house, with a rustic ambiance. Enjoy outdoor decks, and all the beauty you ever thought Sundance would exude.
Looking for something with a luxurious edge? You know, like fireplaces in the bedrooms, and a grand kitchen? Well, you have found the condominium that is going to deliver on that. Take in the mountains from the deck, or just snuggle on the couch, looking out, with a glass of wine.
Nordic Valley ski resort is an ideal option in the Ogden area. With beginner ski hills, and being a small resort, we assume the biking here would be a little less intense. Overall, maybe it would be great for beginners. Staying in this tiny A-frame chalet, with contemporary design, would be the icing on top of a perfect mountain biking cupcake.
A cheery modern feel has been incorporated into the coziest cedar wood chalet. Located amongst aspen trees, that turn a vibrant gold during the fall, it’s as picturesque as it is well located. Being in Brighton, there are solid biking trails around.
Feel at home in this lovely condo, with great glimpses of the outdoors, a large kitchen and plenty of space to lounge and talk with friends. Guests will also have access to a hot tub, and sports facilities if you get tired of mountain biking. But we doubt that will happen.
The grounds at this ranch are stunning, thanks to touches like a natural pond, and red rock. Close to Arches National Park, there is much to explore. The bungalow is just precious, and the perfect place to park your bike at night.
Enjoy all the perks that come along with a condominium. With extras, like a pool, guests get the benefit of staying in a hotel, while having way more space. The interiors here are no fuss, but the views are worth a million bucks. The hosts do a phenomenal job at making everyone feel welcome.
Beaver is located in the southwestern region of Utah. Housing the Eagle Point Mountain Resort, there are plenty of accommodations for mountain bikers come spring and summer. The Elk Pine cabin is perfect for adventurous families. A mudroom along with a washer and dryer make clean up super easy, plus the place is just crazy gorgeous. Definitely come back to see it covered in snow during the winter.
Ski resorts have the best mountain biking trails, but staying anywhere close to a ski resort can be extremely expensive. That’s why we love this adorable suite, also in Beaver, that is both completely vacation-worthy. After a day peddling through Eagle Point, the vaulted ceiling retreat, complete with fireplace and wood floors is highly welcoming.
Southern Utah ranks right up there with the rest of the state when it comes to exciting terrain. From St. George to the beloved Zion National Park, there are loads of exciting red rock adventures to embark on. We love the affordability of these super cute bungalows, which have all of the essentials, and plenty of privacy.
Park City Mountain Resort has a list of trails that are suitable for all experience levels of mountain bikers. Keep in mind, you’ll have to be able to load and unload off of the chairlift. While the interior is fairly practical, the outdoor spaces offer incredible views and relaxing spaces. Soak in the hot tub, or sit around the fire pit to wind down from the day.
Ogden and Eden are both close to three mountain resorts. Powder Mountain and Snowbasin are both well-traversed by mountain bikers in the summer. While this yurt can be difficult to access in the winter, when the snow has melted it’s a little less challenging. Privacy, cozy campfires, and an adorable structure to sleep in – perfection.