Arches & Canyonlands Multisport

Magnificent sandstone arches. Ancient petroglyphs. Old West mustangs, bighorn sheep, and stunning vistas. Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Parks are crammed with history, legend, and natural wonders. Stay in one lodge the entire time in Moab, with plenty of time to explore and relax. There are 3 days of cycling, 2 days of hiking and one full day rafting trip on the Colorado River on this 6-day tour of an incredible region.
SPECIAL NOTE: Arches and Canyonlands do not allow commercial road cycling within the park boundaries so we are only able to offer guided hikes in these parks

Highlights:

  • Arches National Park and Canyonlands national park
  • Rafting on the Colorado river
  • Great Basin Desert, Grand Valley Wine Region
  • Hike to the most photographed arch in the world Delicate Arch
  • Dead Horse State Park

Details

TypeRoad bike, hybrid, E-bike
Duration 6 days
LevelAll levels
SupportGuided
Daily distance25 – 40 mi
Total distance233 km / 145 mi
LodgingHotels
BicycleIncluded
MonthApril, May, August, September
StartGrand Junction
FinishGrand Junction
States or countryUtah
Airport startGrand Junction Regional Airport
Airport finishGrand Junction Regional Airport

Starting from $ 3,398.00

*Please note the prices are subject to change depending availability *

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