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A must in any mountain biker’s rites of passage is the White Rim Trail. Riding on a sandstone bench through a land called “Island in the Sky” you will pass Mussleman Arch, Monument Basin, Turks head, Candlestick Tower, and White Crack, a perch 1000 feet above the confluence of the Green and Colorado rivers in the center of Canyonlands … some believe the center of the universe. If you only had time for one mountain bike trip in your life, this should be the one.


  • Mountain bike through the “Island in the Sky”
  • Stand 1000 feet above the confluence of the Colorado and Green Rivers
  • The one mountain bike trip for your bucket list

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 24 reviews
by Grayson Blackham on
Rock Stars of the Desert

The overall trip and experience was second to none. I would go again tomorrow and I'm certain I'll be back in the future. Dave and Dustin are rock stars of the desert!

by Sarah Uram on
2nd White Rim!

My second time on the White Rim with Holiday, I'd do it again in a heartbeat.

by Grayson Blackham on
Rock Stars of the Desert!

A wonderful trip, great guides, excellent food!

by Robert Miller on
Wonderful Trip!

A wonderful trip, great guides, excellent food!

by Mike & Stacey Moyer on
A Poem For The White Rim

From start to finish, our White Rim trip was fantastic! Our guides, Dustin and Dave, were great. They were always making us feel at home, helping us with our bikes, cooking some truly fantastic meals and answering our countless questions about geology and the constellations, etc...We shared our experience with 8 great guys from San Diego who were such fun. I think it is safe to say that we all suffered from post ride depression. I find myself looking at all of the pictures on Shutterfly when I should be working. :) I even wrote a little poem about the trip:

Oh the White Rim is callin’
So we better not be fallin’
Because we need to ride, to gaze and to be amazed
Sounds like next year, we should ride The Maze!!

We look forward to our next trip with Holiday! Thanks for everything!

by Robert Johnson on
Lasagna & Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake

This was the best experience ever. Our guides, Julien and Brin, went above and beyond to make sure that we had a good time. Combine a comedian, a naturalist, a bike mechanic, and a back country chef and you have these two. And I do mean chef as the food was incredible! Who bakes lasagna and a chocolate peanut butter cake in the middle of nowhere? Awesome!

by James Pittman on
Like Being In A John Ford Western Movie

Both of your guides were professional and fun to be with. They added a nice level of experience and knowledge to our trip. They also handled adversity extremely well, from a flat tire, to cleaning the mud out of the gears - my hat goes off to them. They were also very good cooks; some of the guys may have actually gained weight on the trip. The 3 day bike trip in Canyonlands National Park was like being in a John Ford western movie, except we got to do it on a mountain bike and ate like kings. I would do this trip again in a heartbeat!

by Ted Turner on
Bravo Holiday!

All expectations were exceeded for this trip. The guides were friendly and knowledgeable and the hikes were amazing. The food was beyond expectations. Your team exceeded all of our expectations in every area: guides, food, gear and knowledge of the area.

by Mike Diebolt on
Guides Were Well Prepared

I really enjoyed the experience. Brinn and Julian were really good guides and really good at the customer service aspect of the job. It would be hard to please everyone that comes on that trip but they were very well prepared.

by Tim Yount & Hilda Van Meter on
Looking Forward To A Third Trip

It was my second trip with you guys. All elements exceeded expectations. I’m looking forward to a third trip.

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