Electric bikes in National parks

e bikes on national park bridge in Utah

In Utah's national parks, including the renowned parks of Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion, specific regulations govern the use of electric bikes. The National Park Service (NPS) Laws & Policies has established guidelines for their use. Bicycling is permitted on designated park roadways and shared-use paths, but all other trails and off-trail routes are closed to bicycling. Additionally, the use of remote-controlled equipment, including e-bikes, is prohibited within the parks[1][2].

Visitors to Utah's national parks should always be mindful of and respect these regulations to ensure the preservation of the natural environment and the safety of all park users[1][2].


[1] https://www.nps.gov/arch/learn/management/lawsandpolicies.htm

[2] https://www.nps.gov/care/learn/management/lawsandpolicies.htm

[3] https://stateparks.utah.gov/resources/policies-and-park-rules/

{4} https://bicycleadventures.com/tours/arches-and-canyonlands-multisport/