Grand Tetons Multi-sport road bike tour | camping

The Tetons are not merely rocks, they are a fountain of energy. Along the valley floor, our tour unfolds on bikes; riding through the Bridger-Teton National Forest, across open Bull moose and bison range.  With no foothills, the Grand Tetons rise super-abruptly, a lofty 7,000-ft. from the valley floor. In the distance, the unmistakable whistle-call of elk pierces the crystalline silence.  Along our journey, we encounter the area’s world famous natural attractions, including Old Faithful and Yellowstone Lake. At the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone we immerse all our senses in a magnificent waterfall. The latter plunges, with all sorts of drama over a 500-foot striated cliff, resolving into a great, mist-veiled valley.


  • Cycling in Grand Teton NP and Yellowstone NP.
  • Jackson Hole 14-Man White Water Raft Snake River.
  • Rock Climbing and Hiking Tetons .
  • Hike two-miles down to the breathtaking Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River.


TypeRoad bike, hybrid bike, E-bike
Duration6 days
LevelEasy, Moderate
Daily distanceShorter and longer miles possible
Total distance152 mi
Group sizemin. 4 max. 13
MonthMay, June, July, August, September
States or countryWyoming
Airport startJackson Hole airport
Airport finishJackson Hole airport

Starting from $ 2,380.00

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