Grand Tetons & Yellowstone | Inns only

For a wilderness experience unlike any other! This bike tour takes you through the Bridger-Teton National Forest and across a wide open bull moose and bison range.The Grand Tetons—named by a 19thcentury French fur trapper—that sets it apart from the rest of the Rocky Mountains. Only 40-miles long by ten-miles wide, this relatively small segment of the Rockies is also the youngest. Unlike other ranges in the Rockies, the Tetons have not been around long enough to acquire the foothills, or softer lines shaped by centuries of erosion In Yellowstone National Park, riding in the great outdoors affords you the opportunity to feel a part of the grand scene.

Highlights

  • Bridger-Teton National Forest
  • Grand Teton NP.
  • Yellowstone NP

Details

TypeRoad bike, hybrid bike, E-bike
Duration6 days
LevelEasy, Moderate
SupportGuided
Daily distance14 – 56 mi
Total distance350 mi
Group sizemin. 4 max. 13
LodgingHotels
BicycleIncluded
MonthMay, June, July, August, September
StartIdaho Falls
FinishIdaho Falls
States or countryWyoming, Idaho,
Airport startIdaho Falls Reg. Airport (IDA)
Airport finishIdaho Falls Reg. Airport (IDA)

Starting from $ 4,437.00

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