No matter your experience level, exploring El Dorado on a bike is always fun.
There is a biking trail for everyone.
So, if you’re ready to explore the many hills and scenic loops along miles of trails in the El Dorado Hills and beyond, here are a few trails to test out.
The El Dorado Trail follows the historic Southern Pacific Railroad and Michigan-California Railroad and is about 35 miles of adventure through historic Gold Rush country.
This ride starts at El Dorado Hills Community Park and measures about 29 miles at moderate intensity level.
Only open for bike traffic since 2019, this multiuse track starts at the New York Creek Nature Area and is an easy-to-follow ride.
Primarily used for mountain bikes, this popular trail is just two miles with an easy rating and incredible views of Folsom Lake.
Up for a 32-mile challenge? Fans of this route thrive on the ruggedness of the dirt trail along the railroad corridor between El Dorado Hills and Placerville.
Following the north side of the American River canyon, this intermediate trail isn’t always easy, winding in and out of trees, oaks, shrubbery and other lower Sierra plant life.
Check out the El Dorado Bike Map to see additional bike loops and paths along the most scenic parts of El Dorado County.