Bicycling / Cycling in Yosemite National Park,
Over 12 miles/19.32 km of paved trails
Yosemite National Park is located near Mariposa, California, USA.
Yosemite National Park is a perfect place for bicycling. When you bike in Yosemite’s National Park, you can have fun and enjoy some of the most picturesque landscapes. There are over 12 miles of paved bike trails to explore Yosemite at your own pace.
You can stop to take photographs and submerse in the superb views at your leisure. The trails are flat with some mild incline, which makes it perfect for easy cruising. You shouldn’t forget to bring some water or something else to hydrate along your ride.
Cycling is prohibited off road and in all footpaths and hiking trails. Convenient parking track for your bicycles are found at many points of interest in the park such as lodges, museums, shops, trail-heads, nature centers and restaurants.
How to Get to Destination
FROM San Francisco
195 miles/313.82 km, 3 hours 54 minutes
Take the Oakland-Bay Bridge (Highway 80 East). Take Highway 580 east, following signs for Tracy/Stockton to Highway 205
Follow Highway 205 to Highway 120. Take Highway 120 into Yosemite National Park.
FROM Las Vegas, Nevada
372 miles/598.68 km, 6 hours 27 minutes
Take US-95 N for 170 +/- miles. Near Forks Station, turn LEFT onto NV-266 and follow for 50+ miles at which point it becomes NV-264 (shortly after entering California). Stay on NV-264 until reaching US 6.
Turn LEFT onto US-6 (West towards Benton and Bishop) and follow for 23+ miles.
Take exit onto CA-120 in Benton. Follow CA-120 to Highway 395 N. Follow Highway 395N/CA-120 to Lee Vining where you will exit Highway 395 and continue on Highway 120 into Yosemite National Park. (Portions of Highway 120 may be closed seasonally).
170 miles/273.59 km, 3 hours 35 minutes
Take Highway 99 South to Manteca. Exit onto Highway 120 East in Manteca and follow directly into Yosemite.
FROM Los Angeles
340 miles/547.18 km, 6 hours 9 minutes
Follow Interstate 5 North toward Bakersfield. Just beyond the Grapevine towards Bakersfield, follow Highway 99 North to Fresno. From Fresno, follow Highway 41 to Yosemite Valley.
Fresno/Yosemite International Airport (FAT),
125 miles/201.17 km
Amtrack Trains serve San Diego, Los Angeles, Fresno, San Jose, San Francisco and Sacramento to and from Merced/Riverbank and connect with VIA bus lines for direct luxury motor-coach into Yosemite Valley. Fares include the bus travel and the park entrance fee. For fares, schedules and information visit the following links.
If you are interested in trying out this amazing sport in this spot press the request button so as to give you more information and prices.