Journey to the spectacular canyonlands of southern Utah visiting three national parks or monuments. Pedal amongst towering mesas and red cliffs, graced with ancient petroglyphs. Picnic under stone arches and follow the course of the mighty Colorado River. Enjoy high desert vistas and breathtaking views from mountain tops. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the American south west and take home memories that will last a lifetime.


Grand Junction

Grand Junction, CO, United States

Day 1+2


Moab, UT, United States

Day 3+7+8

Arches National Park

Arches National Park

Day 4

Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park

Day 5


Cisco, Utah, United States

Day 6

What’s Included in the Cost of Your Trip?


7 nights hotels
All breakfasts and 1 dinner
Luggage transfers and necessary shuttles during the tour
Key transfer from tour end back to start location in Grand Junction
Comprehensive Tour Details with detailed pre-trip information
Detailed route instructions and maps
Personal meet & greet with our local Area Manager
Area manager available on call throughout the tour
Access to Loyalty Program and other exclusive benefits



Start any date between March 1 to June 1, except Easter Week (Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday) and September 1 to November 15
Custom trips available and can start any date. Call or email for details.


8 days / 7 nights


Grand Junction / Moab


48 km daily average distance (30 miles).


Variety of terrain, including gravel, dirt, and rock. There are some climbs every day, some of them quite challenging.


Classic Accommodation: US $2,625
Single Supplement: US $660

Bike Rentals

Hybrid or Racing Bikes: US$320

E-Bikes: US$560

E-bikes are generally available but are on an ‘on request basis ‘ and will be confirmed on receipt of your booking registration. E-bikes provided are the best rentals available in the region. Our regular fleet of hybrid and race bikes are fun to ride and light and fast, but if having an e-bike will make your trip, we’ll do our best to provide. E-bike rentals are non-refundable.  

Please note: Final itinerary is subject to revision; any changes made are done so in an attempt to provide the best possible trip given route conditions and available services. Due to the nature of our business and exchange rates, prices are subject to change. All prices quoted are U.S. dollars but we gladly accept payment in Canadian dollars also. If you have any questions before making your reservation, please contact us.
Getting There Your tour starts in Grand Junction, Colorado, which is located 284 miles east of Salt Lake City and very close to the Utah state line. Grand Junction can be reached by air. via Denver, Phoenix, and Salt Lake City with America West, Skywest/Delta Connection, United Express, and Great Lakes Airlines. AMTRAK provides daily service to the east and west coasts. Grand Junction can also be reached by Greyhound Bus from Denver, Durango, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Salt Lake City.


Day 1

Grand Junction

Arrival in Grand Junction, located amongst a dazzling array of natural wonders — rushing rivers, rocky mesas, ancient paleontological sites, and golden deserts. But, surprisingly, this is also wine country and there are 13 wineries in the Grand Valley. Take some time to explore the town and its shops, admire Navajo rugs and Anasazi pottery, or take a stroll along the river.


Day 2

Grand Junction 

Today enjoy a fabulous, exhilarating ride in the Colorado National Monument, 20,500 acres of the towering monoliths and deep canyons, home to soaring eagles and bighorn sheep. Pedal past ranches and old orchards, and even a herd of llamas on your way to Rim Rock Drive and up into the high desert. The ride takes you back to Grand Junction where you’ll spend tonight.
Ride Distance: 45 km, elevation gain 918 m.*


Day 3


There are two possibilities today. You can follow the Colorado River downstream to Moab, riding through a deep gorge of vertical red cliffs. Or you can be shuttled up into the La Sal Mountains, topped with pines and aspens, and then enjoy a long, thrilling descent to Moab, where you’ll stay for three nights.
Ride Distance: 31 km, elevation gain 520 m or 72 km, gain 610 m.* 


Day 4

Arches National Park

Today you’ll ride out and back to Arches National Park, where there are over 2000 natural sandstone arches. Erosion has also produced pinnacles and balancing rocks. There are opportunities for hikes to explore the amazing rock formations around you. Be sure to visit the Delicate Arch viewpoint, where you’ll see the most famous arch in the park. You’ll also see this arch on the Utah license plate.
Ride Distance: 56 km, elevation gain 849 m or 72km, elevation gain 1120m.*


Day 5

Canyonlands National Park

Another day in Moab takes you into Canyonlands National Park with a choice of return rides to Moab. All end on the Potash Road squeezed between the Colorado River and steep red cliffs where you can see ancient petroglyphs. Spend some time hiking on slickrock to Corona and Bow Tie and climb almost 1000’ to Portal Overlook for a breathtaking view of Moab as an option.
Ride Distance: 66 km, elevation gain 1184 m.*


Day 6


This morning you’ll be shuttled to Cisco, Utah, a ruined, old railroad town, in the high desert. You’ll descend into the spectacular gorge of the Colorado River. Wind between cliffs of red rock and over a rolling plateau above the river. You will stay at the great Red Cliff’s Lodge.
Ride Distance: 43 km, elevation gain 738 m.*


Day 7

Colorado River

Enjoy several day rides designed to take you deeper into red rock country, where you’ll swear you’ve wandered onto an old western movie set. This is ranch country. You’ll climb away from the river into the Castle Valley and, if you need additional challenges, you can climb 4000’ above the Colorado River. You could also enjoy a wide variety of outdoor recreational activities including horseback riding, mountain biking, whitewater rafting & kayaking on the Colorado River.
Ride Distance: 23 km, elevation gain 329 m add-on 19 km, gain 266 m.*


Day 8

Enjoy your last morning at the lodge before taking the shuttle back to Grand Junction to catch your flight or continuing on your next adventure.

*Distance and elevation gains may vary depending on hotels chosen for specific departure


Springhill Suites by Mariott

This hotel is located downtown so you are able to choose from many restaurant options and explore Grand Junction. There is a fitness centre, an indoor pool, and complimentary airport shuttle.

Gonzo Inn, Moab

This is Moab’s hip hotel in the historic center with an eclectic mix of southwest influences. There is a nice swimming pool and the location in the historic center is ideal.

Red Cliffs Lodge

Set on the banks of the Colorado River and backed by high cliffs, the suites feature wood-paneled walls and log furniture. There is a winery, horseback riding and tennis courts.


Sorrel River Ranch

Set on 160 acres of ranchland along the banks of the Colorado River, this upscale farm-to-table grill that serves food grown in the garden, plus an eclectic cafe and cocktail bar with a fireplace. Other amenities include a spa, an equestrian center, an outdoor pool and a hot tub, tennis courts and hiking trails. There is a supplement of US$500pp to stay at Sorrel River Ranch for the two nights.

Trip starting at
USD $2,625

Trip Reviews

October 31, 2023

“Level of service cannot be beat! The Desert Bistro was excellent as was the bison steak! Our Area Manager was great! Loved the scenery.”

October 31, 2023

“The hotels were comfortable, bike friendly, with friendly staff. Our Travel Advisor was always pleasant, helpful, accommodating, and responded promptly. The Area Manager was very helpful, attentive, knowledgeable and available.”

October 31, 2023

“Our first bike trip was with you, everything just worked. We knew we wanted to go to that part of the world and we wanted ‘easy’ – so when we found this destination on your site it was an easy decision. The scenery was mind blowing – constantly. Our Area Manager was great!”

December 15, 2021

“I expected this trip to be different than our Randonnee rides in France and Italy but I wasn’t prepared for the truly spectacular landscapes of Colorado and Utah. It is a stunning part of the world; what a great and memorable trip!!”

December 15, 2021

“Gonzo Inn & Sorrel River Ranch were great! [Area manager] in Grand Junction was very accommodating and took us sightseeing when it was raining.”…luggage transfers were always on time and helpful.”

June 9, 2019

“A belated thank you for the Utah Trip. It was wonderful! We loved all our accommodations and the routes…”

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