West of Jackson and just east of Teton Pass, the Teton Pass Trail Network has several mountain biking trails that can be linked to form several loops.
From the top of Teton Pass, the Blacks Canyon Trail on the south side of Teton Pass Highway descents 2,800 feet down 6 miles to the Trail Creek Trailhead. From Trail Creek Trailhead, there are several trails including the Crater Trail that lead back up a little to the Phillips Trailhead. Some of the most popular trail are on the north side of Teton Pass Highway from the Phillips Trailhead. The Arrow Trail departs to the north and connect with Phillips Ridge Trail, Snowtel Trail and Phillips Canyon Trail. The full Arrow Trail runs 4.7 miles as it descends down to the Phillips Canyon Trail, which itself runs 3.6 miles descending 1,850 feet to Fish Creek Road.
The main Teton Pass Trail Network trailhead is located west of Jackson and Wilson about halfway up Teton Pass Highway to Teton Pass. There is a large road side parking lot on the left, south side of the road for the Philips Trailhead. The main trails are across the highway heading north.
Overall, Teton Pass Trail Network is the 16th most popular mountain bike trail of all 19 mountain biking rides in Wyoming.