Bryce + Zion National Park Bike + Adventure Tour
- Region: North America
- Destination: United States
- Duration: 5 Days / 4 Nights
- Level: Two
- Price From: $2895
- Single Supplement: $615
|May 14 - May 18, 2018||$2895||Book Now|
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- Two of Utah’s National Parks and one State Park, located in the Southwestern United States
- Known for: majestic cliffs, vibrantly colored sandstone, soaring canyons, unimaginable rock formations called hoodoos, and geologic marvels such as Checkerboard Mesa, the Narrows, and Navajo Sandstone
- Eat: Simple Southwestern fare
- Drink: Selections from robust wine lists and local micro-brews
- Wade through the Virgin River in Zion National Park to Wall Street, where sheer sandstone cliffs soar hundreds of feet skyward
- Visit Snow Canyon State Park with its lesser-known landscape of ancient lava flows and petrified sand dunes
- Challenge yourself on Angels Landing Trail, one of the most famous and thrilling hikes in the National Park system
- Ride on the smoothly paved Red Canyon Bicycle Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park
We include more on our cycling trips than any other bike tour company in an effort to provide our guests with the most unforgettable, stress-free travel experience.
- Stunning, luxurious, world-class accommodations
- Top-of-the-line bicycle selection
- Daily breakfasts, all lunches, four dinners, Après Velo cocktails, and nutritious snacks
- Carefully selected local wines with every delicious meal
- Expert guides with extensive local knowledge who go above and beyond to cater to your every need
- Complete van support every mile of the way to enjoy your vacation at your own pace
- Group sizes that don’t exceed 14 guests on a scheduled departure
- Wine tastings, and cooking classes as outlined in the itinerary
- Entrance fees to historic sites, fascinating museums, and scenic natural parks
- Pick up and drop off before and after your tour from convenient locations
- Gratuities for baggage, porters, and hotel service
- Pre- and post-travel planning advising with optional upgrade to Concierge Travel Planning (learn more)
- Complimentary DuVine gear, including a custom cycling jersey, DuVine t-shirt, water bottle, and drawstring bag
DuVine strives to consistently amaze, surprise, and delight. For this reason, each itinerary may be subject to slight modifications. Contact us to speak with a destination specialist for the most up to date tour inclusions.
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Three hours northeast of Las Vegas, in the mountains of Utah, Zion National Park’s trail to Angel’s Landing winds up dozens of switchbacks. It runs precariously along a narrow spine, sheer drops falling thousands of feet on either side to the valley below. For steep sections—or the ones particularly close to the precipice—the National Park […]
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Discover the natural wonders of Utah in two of the state’s captivating National Parks, plus explore millennia of geological evolution in little-known Snow Canyon State Park. In Zion, ride the breathtaking Floor of the Valley Road, hike up the Virgin River through the cool waters of the Narrows that wind through Zion Canyon, or tackle the challenging trek up to Angels Landing. Cycle from Red Canyon through Utah’s prairies and spend a day touring Bryce Canyon’s Seussian landscapes. With its hanging gardens, ancient lava tunnels, hoodoos, and petrified sand dunes, this multi-sport adventure in Utah will show you the splendor of the Southwestern United States.
Tour by Day
Day One: Welcome to the Southwest!
Your guides will meet you in St. George and whisk you to the Inn at Entrada for a warm welcome to the Southwest. Following a bike fitting and safety talk, we set off to Snow Canyon, a lesser-known state park that boasts perfectly paved roads and pristine views of the surrounding purple-red mountains. Hop off the bike to explore canyons carved from red and white Navajo sandstone and fascinating lava tubes and flows before finishing our loop. Our first dinner together is at a favorite local restaurant.
Meals: Lunch / Dinner
Destinations: St. George, Snow Canyon
Accomplished: 18 miles / 30 km, elevation gain: 424 meters
Accommodations: The Inn at Entrada
Day Two: Now Entering Bryce Canyon
Today we’re off to Bryce Canyon National Park by shuttle, with a stop to stretch our legs and soak in views of Cedar Breaks National Monument. At Bryce, cycle on the beautiful Red Canyon bike path that leads into the park and pause at Sunset Point for a picnic lunch with a side of gorgeous Bryce Canyon vistas. Afterwards, head back to the hotel to relax or get in some extra riding with a challenging climb to Sunrise Point and back. Tonight, we’ll dine at one of the best local restaurants in nearby Tropic.
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Destinations: Cedar Breaks, Red Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Sunset Point
Accomplished: 16 miles / 25 km, elevation gain: 387 meters (Longer option: 32 miles / 51 km, elevation gain: 762 meters)
Accommodations: Bryce Canyon Lodge
Day Three: Early Jurassic Rocks and Relics
This morning we’ll explore the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon as they were meant to be experienced: on foot. The classic Queens Garden and Navajo loop leads us into the valley to get up close and personal with these staggering rock spires. After our hike, transfer to one of the best restaurants in the region for lunch. Later, it’s back to the bike for an epic ride that winds into Zion’s Checkerboard Mesa. We’ll pedal to Navajo Sandstone, a stunning formation built by nature over millions of years. Take a short hike to Observation Point to capture some excellent Zion Valley views, then transfer through the Zion Mount Carmel tunnel to continue descending switchbacks right to our hotel, just outside the park entrance. Tonight, our laid-back dinner lingers over beers at Zion Canyon Brewpub.
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch
Destinations: Queens Garden and Navajo Loop, Checkerboard Mesa
Accomplished: 16 miles / 25 km, elevation gain: 85 meters; 3 miles hiked
Accommodations: Cable Mountain Lodge
Day Four: Choose Your Own Zion Adventure
Today, two options for adventure await. On a bike, we’ll cycle Floor of the Valley Road, a virtually car-free artery that runs through the parks’ majestic cliffs. On foot, we’ll hike the Narrows—weather and water permitting. Wade through the Virgin River running through the canyon, where hanging gardens burst from ochre walls and rivulets of water trickle through moss-covered boulders. Continue to the narrowest part of the canyon known as Wall Street to see sheer cliff faces soaring straight above for hundreds of feet. If the Narrows are inaccessible, your guides can recommend the best hiking options for your day, and Zion shuttle service (or your bike) can provide transportation to any trailhead. This evening we meet at our favorite Springdale haunt and relive the day over dinner.
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Destinations: Zion National Park, Narrows, Floor of the Valley Road
Accomplished: 18 miles / 29 km, elevation gain: 250 meters; 8 miles hiked
Accommodations: Cable Mountain Lodge
Day Five: Earn your Wings on Angels Landing
On our final morning in Zion, wake early to catch the sunrise at Angels Landing. Hike up a paved path of steep switchbacks, then follow a thin ridgeline to be among the first to arrive on top of Zion’s most memorable point. If you want to stick to the bicycle, revisit the Floor of the Valley ride or climb out of the valley via the Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel, then enjoy our last brunch together before returning to St. George.
Destinations: Zion National Park, Springdale
Accomplished: 18 miles / 29 km, elevation gain: 250 meters; 5-7 miles hiked