Big Bend & Texas Mountains

Traveling through the most southwestern parts of the Lone Star State, our Big Bend National Park bike tour provides sensational scenery, amazing vistas and an abundance of remote low-traffic roads as it wanders through the Chihuahuan Desert, the Davis Mountains, Big Bend Ranch State Park and Big Bend National Park. With vast stretches of lonely high desert roads interspersed with challenging mountain climbs, this tour is a road cyclist’s paradise and one you will not soon forget.

Highlights

  • Chihuahuan Desert
  • Big Bend Ranch State Park
  • Big Bend NP

Details

TypeRoad bike, hybrid bike, E-bike
Duration7 days
LevelModerate
SupportGuided
Total distance275 to 390 mi
Group sizeMin. 6 – max. 13
LodgingHotels
BicycleNot included
MonthMarch, April, October, November
StartEl Paso
FinishEl Paso
States or countryTexas
Airport startEl Paso int. airport
Airport finishEl Paso int. airport

Starting from $ 3,350.00

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

Persons number of persons
Tour date

Tour Finder

You may also like

Trail of the Apaches

The Trail of the Apaches Bike Tour explores Arizona’s empty roads rising to the impenetrable mountain strongholds of the Apache. It offers various challenging levels for differing abilities. In addition to the incredible cycling, you’ll also experience Arizona’s Sky Islands: which are mountainous biologic refuges surrounding by desert that rise thousands of feet above the surrounding desert.

Read more

Mountains to Rivers Colorado Bike tour

The tour rides through the rugged & remote San Juans. In the late 19th century the tiny mining towns of Ouray, Durango and Telluride, Colorado were remote outposts of civilization. Each town felt they needed a landmark hotel to attract investors and to put their town on the map. In recent years these historic Victorian-Era hotels have seen major renovations and provide an entertaining end to a day of cycling across the Colorado high country. Go ahead, harken back to 1880’s and transform yourself to a time when Victorian opulence like this was reserved for the rich and famous, you’re entitled!

Read more