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Zion National Park. Capitol Reef National Park. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Lake Powell, Kodachrome, Petrified Forest State Park. Natural Bridges. Grand Staircase, Escalante. Ride all these and more on this amazing tour that starts on one side of the state and finishes on the other. Pack in more arches, bridges and National Monuments than you can shake a spoke at.
Meet in St. George. Bicycle through incredible, unstoppable Zion Canyon and into the red-brick town of Panguitch.
Meet us in St. George to head out to the canyon lands. Test out your bike, then ride through the wonders of Zion Canyon and out again via the stunning east entrance. Finish near the base of Red Canyon near Panguitch. Enjoy dinner at Bryce Canyon Lodge tonight with its magnificent view into the majestic amphitheater as your first appetizer! 62-80 miles.
Ride Red Canyon, Kodachrome Basin and on to Escalante.
Ride through stunning Red Canyon, arguably the most photographed area in Utah. Watch for goblin-like 'hoodoos' - nature-sculpted sandstone formations - punctuating the views. Continue bicycling through the tiny town of Tropic. Thrill to the wild colors of Kodachrome Basin. Stay in Escalante tonight. 75 miles.
Ride from the orange-and-gold cliffs and canyons of Escalante to Boulder. Explore ancient Anasazi ruins. Spend the next two nights at Boulder Mountain Lodge.
Ride the heart of legendary Escalante - Grand Staircase National Monument today. The Devils Backbone and its challenging pitches and expansive views await! This afternoon, explore ancient Anasazi ruins, get a massage or put in some additional riding. Spend two nights here, at Boulder Mountain Lodge. 32 miles.
Rest day in Boulder. Or not. Hike, climb, or...go for a nice long bike ride.
Plenty of options today: take a morning 6-mile round trip hike to Lower Calf Creek Falls (well worth it!) Get a message, enjoy the bird sanctuary or the hot tub or...go for a nice long bike ride. The adventure is yours to choose. Dinner is on your own tonight.
Today: The Queen Stage! Grand Staircase, Capitol Reef, and the center of Utah's Grand Circle.
Today's ride is nothing short of amazing, crammed with rock spires and fluted walls! Ride up through Grand Staircase and out again beside the Fremont River. Enjoy the incredible scenery of Capitol Reef. Then coast down into Hanksville, in the center of Utah's Grand Circle. 86 miles.
Hanksville to Glen Canyon to Lake Powell: from the desert to the waters.
Ride from tiny Hanksville - once a supply post for Butch Cassidy - to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Lake Powell and Bullfrog Bay. Lots of changes in scenery today: from desert scrub to unique rock formations to mountain peaks. Finish off with a great downhill to the dark blue waters of Lake Powell. 66 miles.
Last day's adventure: Leprechaun Canyon, the Hite Overlook and across the Colorado and Dirty Devil Rivers.
Time and weather permitting, shuttle to Leprechaun Canyon to cycle with red rock walls on both sides. Marvel at the views from the Hite Overlook. American West Travel calls it an outstanding roadside stop. "Lake Powell is extremely low here so the vistas provide a good idea of what Glen Canyon might have looked like before it was largely drowned by the Glen Canyon Dam, which was completed in 1963." Head onward to cross the Colorado and Dirty Devil Rivers.Then we'll take you on to Durango for your trip home. 25-30 miles.
As an optional extra, a person traveling solo on any inn-to-inn trip may reserve a room for his or her exclusive use. This will guarantee you a private room and private bath every night. Unlike other tour companies, if you're willing to share a room, there is no extra charge for coming solo, no matter when you sign up for the tour - even if you wind up with a private room by default.