Introducing Bryce and Zion: Reloaded. Our new, five-day E-bike Bryce and Zion road cycling tour makes getting around the hilly backcountry a whole lot easier.
Our epic weeklong ride begins at southern Utah’s Brian Head resort, adjacent to Cedar Breaks National Monument. Descending off the mountain, we sweep through a beautiful blur of aspen and pine before entering Red Canyon. Here, we transit to a bike path lined with giant sandstone figures: a preview of the dramatic imagery and backdrops to come.
At Bryce Canyon National Park—far smaller but far higher than Zion—our path through the forest merges into a rather abrupt opening. We’ve rolled up to the rim of an immense bowl crowded with remarkable stone hoodoos!
A short hike into this stone badland brings the channels and eroded spires, their fantastic form and color up close. Leaving bedazzling Bryce Canyon, we’ll ride through striking lava flows to Duck Creek Village. Further on, we’ll hike to an enigmatic waterfall, as well as an ice cave.
Closing out, we’ll descend through Long Valley, and ultimately to boundary of Zion National Park. Our grand finale delivers us into the stunning sanctuary of the Three Patriarchs, Angel’s Landing, and the Great White Throne, an uplifting if thoroughly immersive experience.
Due to the nature and rules of e-bikes in Bryce and Zion National Parks, all guided rides are done outside the parks.