BEST OF MOAB MTB Overview
Moab, Utah’s Hottest New Trails
Day 1-2: Meet in Moab. Ride beautiful singletrack and slickrock on Brand Trails, Klondike Trails, and Mag 7 Trails. Customized to each group.
Day 3-4: Ride sections of Porcupine Rim Trail. Hike amongst the massive sandstone arches of Arches National Park.
Day 5: Ride amazing trail through Dead Horse Point State Park on the border of Canyonlands National Park.
Special Departures: Family Getaways, Luxury Inns and Restaurants
*eMountianBike available for this tour.
Even if you’ve never visited Moab (pop. 5000) before, you’ve very likely seen it. About 245-miles south of Salt Lake City, Moab and its dramatic surroundings served as the backdrop for countless Golden Era Westerns. Moab’s history is by turns rich as varied: From a Mormon outpost on the Spanish Trail (1800’s), to Wild-West era outlaw haunt or lair, to base for hard-rock miners and rare mineral prospectors. Inasmuch its latest reincarnation is a fairly new one. While the beauty that verges on hyperrealism of Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Parks has drawn nature-lovers for generations, it’s the land edging and surrounding the parks that’s utterly redefined Moab, from erstwhile park lodging base to world-class adventure travel destination.
Moab, circa 2018, has it all: from white-water rafting to horseback riding, phenomenal climbing routes to the five diamond mountain biking. Forasmuch, it was this incomparable grouping of big outdoor recreational opportunities and pursuits that compelled the first wave of adventurer-seekers to settle here, and thus transform this delightful little city.
Our tour is like a Moab’s Best Of/greatest hits album. Signature slickrock trails offer challenging, if fun rides for all levels of riders, marked by seemingly endless singletrack that shade each day. Off the bike, our tours have built-in side hikes. The latter lend intimate optics onto some of the area’s most astonishing natural features, as we view-find from characteristic natural arches to age-old petroglyphs. Invariably it’s not a stretch by any means to see a genuine dinosaur footprint out on one of our select trails.