Travel Update Montana COVID-19 Updates

Biking in Western Montana + Glacier National Park

things to do outdoors

Biking Cycling Glacier Country

Cycling Glacier Country

Western Montana by bike is the perfect way to cover plenty of terrain while breathing in the fresh mountain air. Clip in for a multiday cycling adventure, pedal up the awe-inspiring Going-to-the-Sun Road, shred a single-track mountain biking trail or find a family-friendly path like the Route of the Hiawatha or the Bitterroot Trail.

Biking options are diverse and many, so there’s something for every skill level. Miles of trail systems crisscross the region, and helpful trail maps can be found at local visitor centers, ranger stations and forest service offices.

Didn't bring your bike? Check out available bike rentals.

The local bike shops and adventure services listed below the trail information on this page can help get you outfitted for a bike ride and/or point you in the right direction for a two-wheeled adventure.

Please note: E-bikes are allowed in national parks and on state land anywhere a normal bike is permitted—but it’s best to check usage restrictions before heading out.

Here’s a list of popular Glacier Country biking destinations.

Explore the Art, History and Culture of the West

History buffs and art aficionados: Tour Montana’s best museums and historic downtowns from Glacier Country to Yellowstone Country.



Glacier Area





Tour 200


Great Divide

Featured Listings

Averills Flathead Lake Lodge in Western Montana.

Averills Flathead Lake Lodge

City: Bigfork
Phone: 406.837.4391

150 Flathead Lodge Road
Bigfork, Montana 59911

Base Camp Bigfork in Western Montana.

Base Camp Bigfork

City: Bigfork
Phone: 406.871.9733

8525 State Highway 209
Bigfork, Montana 59911

Lookout Pass Ski & Recreation Area in Western Montana.

Lookout Pass Ski & Recreation Area

City: St Regis
Phone: 208.744.1301

I-90, Exit 0
St Regis, Montana 59866

Montana Tour 200 in Western Montana.

Montana Tour 200

City: Thompson Falls
Phone: 406.827.6935

2504 Tradewinds Way, Suite C1
Thompson Falls, Montana 59873

Route of the Hiawatha Scenic Bike Trail in Western Montana.

Route of the Hiawatha Scenic Bike Trail

City: Mullan
Phone: 208.744.1234

I-90, Exit 0
Mullan, ID 83846

Other Listings

Adventure Cycling Association

  • City: Missoula
  • Address: 150 East Pine Street
  • Phone: 406.721.1776
  • Website:

Lewis & Clark Trail Adventures

  • City: Missoula
  • Address: 912 East Broadway
  • Phone: 406.728.7609
  • Website:

The Cycling House

  • City: Missoula
  • Address: 1001 South 4th Street West, Suite 3
  • Phone: 406.219.1318
  • Website:

Glacier Country Tourism is not responsible for the accuracy of the above business listings provided by the Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development.

News from Glacier National Park Glacier National Park is temporarily closed.

Connect With Glacier Country

6 Reasons to Get Married in Western Montana

Read more

8 Things Not to be Missed This Fall in Glacier National Park

Read more

Bike the Route of the Hiawatha in Western Montana

Read more

Call for expert help


Start Planning Your Trip