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Forty-six miles of remote dirt road winds along a mile wide sandstone bench trapped between the Blue Mountains, 2000 feet up on your right, and the Yampa River Gorge, twelve hundred feet down on your left. We will ride to ...
If you’re not afraid of a sore muscle or two why ride to the river in a van? When you could be flying along the White Rim Trail on a bike? Sixty-five miles from mesa top to river bottom will ...
For over a century Moab existed in obscurity, until the first mountain bikers discovered that this was the place. Today, Moab is the premier destination for mountain bikers from around the world. Our La Sal Mountain loop embodies the heart-thumping ...
For some, one adventure per vacation just doesn’t cut it… so why settle for just one? Spend two, to three days with the high desert breeze whistling past your ears, and the vision of the Colorado River Plateau over your handle bars. Then on the left bank, in the middle of nowhere, step onto a raft and ride the force that carved 1000 foot canyons out of solid rock. The bike routes are suitable for the athletic-beginner to the experienced rider.
Three of our most popular rafting expeditions can be combined seamlessly with two or three days of biking. May and September is the time to bike in the desert of Canyonlands. In May, rafting through Cataract means high water and high adventure. September in Cataract brings sand bar camps, fewer folks, and ideal weather known locally as indian summer. When the mercury climbs we offer June trips further north in Dinosour’s Yampa Bench country, and during the heat of the summer, you will enjoy the cool temperatures found 8,000 feet up in the La Sal mountains near Moab. The rafting adventures combined with these bike trips follow the same itinerary as the respective raft-only trips.