Join us for a 4-day backcountry adventure in Moab’s canyon country! We’ll ride from the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park to Moab. With its primitive spirit and Wild West atmosphere, our ride past towering hoodoos and otherworldly rock formations through Lockhart Basin offers the perfect getaway.
Join us for an unsurpassed 4-day Bears Ears adventure! Our route begins below the 8,000 foot Bears Ears Pass, surrounded by ponderosa pine, and follows Elk Ridge, the backbone between the Abajo Mountains and the Colorado River. We’ll explore secluded canyons, rich in cultural history of the Anasazi Indians, searching for ancient rock art and cliff dwellings.
Durango Colorado has one of the best mountain bike trail systems anywhere! Our intermediate tour will showcase awesome singletrack found at lower elevations than our Colorado Trail Tour, yet we’ll still ride some of the best trails this remarkable area offers, including Hermosa Creek Trail, parts of the Colorado Trail and a mostly all day descent to Junction Creek. We return each evening to a comfortable base camp located at Junction Creek.
From Singletrack to Slickrock, Pinyon Pines to Aspens
This is a journey through the lands of the mythical “Kokopelli” or wandering flute player exemplified in Southwest rock art. Our route ranges from singletrack to slickrock, aspens to pinyon pines and offers sights that will wow your senses and terrain that will definitely test your riding skills. The Kokopelli Trail begins with challenging singletrack, leading to fun, rugged 4 wheel drive trails that touch periodically on the Colorado River. From the Top of the World we descend into Fisher Valley and Onion Creek Canyon, one of the most beautiful and colorful spots in Moab’s Canyon Country. The final day offers a choice of riding Moab’s legendary Porcupine Rim or Slickrock Trails.