Hike and bike the National Parks Bryce & Zion

Bicycling Magazine’s editor called it “the most awa-inspiring and unique landscape I’ve ever pedaled through. “Bryce and Zion NP are a marvel. Mega-boulders of orange sandstone balance on razor-thin needles; arches glow with unearthtly fire; slot canyons unspool between cliffs of gold and rose. Wether you are a novice or an experienced cyclist, this biking and hiking tour gives you an intimate encounter with canyonlands – from curving roads to labyrints, Aspen forests and breathtaking panoramas. Cedar Breaks

Highlights

  • National Monument
  • Bryce National Park
  • Zion National park
  • Dixie National Forest

Details

TypeRoad bike, Hybrid, E-bike
Duration6 days
LevelAll levels
SupportGuided
Daily distance20 – 40 mi
Total distance195 km / 121 mi
Group sizeMaximum 13
LodgingHotel
BicycleIncluded
MonthJune, August, September, October
StartSt. George
FinishSt. George
States or countryUtah
Airport startMcCarran International Airport Las Vegas
Airport finishMcCarran International Airport Las Vegas

Starting from $ 3,455.00

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