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.
Join us to experience southern Arizona’s finest and most remote biking, stay at unique desert lodges, and gain a first hand understanding of the land the Apaches called home and refuge.

Highlights

  • Saguaro National Park
  • Mt. Lemmon
  • Sonoran Desert Museum
  • Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge
  • Patagonia Lake State Park
  • Kitt Peak National Observatory.

Details

TypeRoad bike, hybrid bike, E-bike
Duration6 days
LevelModerate to challenging
SupportGuided
Total distance150 to 358 mi
Group sizeMin. 6 – max. 13
LodgingHotels
BicycleNot included
MonthMarch, October and November
StartTucson
FinishTucson
States or countryArizona
Airport startTucson Int. Airport
Airport finishTucson Int. Airport

Starting from $ 3,485.00

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