Stargazing, mountain biking, yoga, AND the White Rim Trail? This trip is designed to bring you the best of, well, the best of everything! Follow our expert guides around the best scenic mountain biking terrain in Canyonlands National Park. The White Rim Trail was built in the 1950s to access rocks rich in uranium; the mining days are long over, but the terrain is as spectacular as it’s always been. Add to that the incredible quality of the night skies (with our resident star expert to guide you) and a professional yoga instructor to help you stretch it out at the end of the day, and you’ve got yourself an unforgettable experience.
The White Rim covers approximately 80 miles of undulating 4×4 terrain along a white sandstone bench. Suspended halfway between the Island in the Sky and the Colorado and Green rivers, the White Rim accesses fun hikes and side rides of all lengths. We’ll see arches and towers, monuments and pinnacles, and set up our camps on the edge of the world, with sweeping panoramic views of both land and sky. Biking allows us to cover terrain quickly enough to see a variety of landscapes, but at a pace slow enough to take it all in.
Balance the days’ riding with some optional guided yoga sessions with Jennifer Gilmore. We’ve also planned this trip to coincide with a new moon, the better to experience the the detailed canopy of the universe above us. Our in-house astro-wiz will share colorful stories of the night sky. Tap into your natural sense of awe and wonder each night of this trip. Join us for this unique desert adventure: stargazing, mountain biking, and yoga in Canyonlands National Park.
Want to know more? Check out our Insider’s Guide to Biking the White Rim Trail.
“Everything about this trip surprised me! The riding is fantastic and the scenery is spectacular. Our guides tended to every need and the meals were delicious. We’ll be back for sure!” (Darren Bowles)