Moab & The Back of Beyond

The Moab & The Back of Beyond Tour delves into the heart of redrock canyon country of Southeastern Utah and Southwestern Colorado. Ride through the supernatural landscapes of Arches & Canyonlands National Parks, climb the scenic La Sal Mountain Loop and pedal beneath 800-ft redrock sandstone walls along the Colorado River. To end the tour we now spend two nights at the spectacular Gateway Canyons Resort (nights 5 & 6)!


  • Arches National Park
  • The Devils Garden Trail
  • Dead Horse Point State Park
  • The Manti-La Sal National Forest
  • The Paradox Valley


TypeRoad bike, hybrid bike, E-bike
Duration6 days
Daily distance20 – 102 mi
Total distance200 to 360 mi
Group sizeMin. 6 – max. 13
BicycleNot included
MonthMarch, April, May, September, October
StartGrand Junction, (start Sunday 8:00am)
FinishGrand Junction, (Late afternoon)
States or countryColorado, Utah
Airport startGrand Junction regional airport GJT
Airport finishGrand Junction regional airport GJT

Starting from $ 3,520.00

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