We've combined our three most popular destinations, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park, and the Grand Canyon, for a world class road cycling vacation.
From southern Utah's Brian Head Peak, we descend off the mountain through a speedy blur of aspen and pine to Red Canyon State Park. Here, we ride a bicycle path lined with oversized sandstone figures--a curious token preview of a bigger scene that lies ahead. At Bryce Canyon National Park, our road ride through the forest opens abruptly to the brim of a giant basin filled to capacity with stone-silent gatherings of human-like hoodoos! We take a moment to hike down through its channels of bizarre form and color. En route to the Grand Canyon, we cycle through ponderosa forests and deer meadows to the North Rim, where anticipation meets its match at highest edge of the greatest gorge in the world! A brief hike down the canyon walls manifests the canyon's grand scale and magnitude. Cycling back over the Kaibab Plateau, we descend more than 5,000 feet into Zion National Park, for a grand finale ride into the stunning sanctuary of the Three Patriarchs, Angel's Landing, and the Great White Throne!
Season: Summer and Fall
Duration / Mileage: 7 Days, 400 miles
Accommodations: Camping and Inns or All Inns
Terrain: Mostly rolling terrain with a few days of long extended climbs Departure: Fly to Las Vegas, NV or drive to St. George, UT