Come join us for an incredible biking and hiking tour of Southern Utah and Arizona’s most famous and awe inspiring National Parks including a possible mix of Cedar Breaks, Bryce, Zion, Grand Canyon, Capitol Reef, Grand Staircase-Escalante and even Moab. On our hike, bike and rail tours you can e‍‍njoy panoramic vistas of soaring multi-hued rock formations and miles of incredible views. You’ll have your choice of the lodging in the region and ‍‍‍
savor meals at the area’s best restaurants.

With shuttles we can get riders looking for an easier day in the saddle to the best bits for flatter or downhill riding with routes of 20-30 miles with up to 1,000 feet of climbing per day. Thos‍‍‍e looking to challenge themselves can enjoy rides of 50-80 miles with 3,000-6,000 feet of climbing or more per day.

Utah & Arizona

‍‍‍Bryce / Zio‍‍‍n / Grand Canyon / Moab

LEVEL: Novice to intermediate

TERRAIN: Mostly flat

The region abounds in hikes from short 1-2 mile trails to the iconic hike to Angels Landing (not for the faint of heart)

The hike up the Virgin River Narrows is probably unlike any hike you’ve ever taken. You spend over half your time hiking up the river in special water shoes with a hiking pole or two to help balance.

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RAIL JOURNEYS

LEVEL: Novice to intermediate

TERRAIN: Mostl‍‍‍y flat

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Arizona owes much of its early development to the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. This tour will explore the railroad’s role in the Verde Valley, at the south rim of Grand Canyon, and along its main‍‍‍ line between Flagstaff, Arizona and Santa Fe, New Mexico. A night’s stay at the La Posada, the storied Fred Harvey hotel in Winslow will be included, as will visits to Wupatki, Sunset Crater, and Walnut Canyon National Monuments. From Santa Fe, a day aboard the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad (co-owned by the states of New Mexico and Colorado) has been arranged.

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