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Bryce, Zion, and Escalante Cycling


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Zuid Utah is een streek vol met natuurschatten die je het beste kunt zien vanaf je fiets. Bezoek de beroemste en unieke plekken in Utah. Waaronder de “hoodoos” van Bryce Canyon National Park, de ongelooflijke rotsformaties van het State Park Kodachrome, de ongerepte natuurlijke schoonheid van het Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, en de torenhoge zandkliffen rondom de vallei van Zion National Park. Alle campings in deze fietsreis zijn comfortabel en uitnodigend, en geven je de kans om volop van de natuur te genieten.

Recreatief, Racefiets
5 dagen
198 km / 123 mi
$ 1,495.- / € 1,332.-
  • 4 nachten kamperen, 2 persoons tenten.
  • Alle basis kampeer uitrusting ( tent,slaapmat,keuken, stoelen, solardouche) te huren.
  • Shuttle heen en terug naar Las Vegas of St George.
  • Verse maaltijden bereid voor u vanaf lunch op dag 1 tot lunch op dag 5.
  • Water en snacks gedurende de rit.
  • Ondersteuning en hulpstations onderweg en route beschrijving.
  • Professionel gids en fiets monteur aanwezig.
  • De tour start op de 1ste dag om 7.00 uur in Las Vegas en eindigt in Las Vegas de 5de dag tussen 15.00 en 18.00 uur.
  • Nacht voor en na de tour niet inbegrepen.
  • Permit & Land use fees (entry fees Zion NP, Bryce NP Grand Staircase-Escalante NM.( $ 55 pp)
  • Aaanbetaling 30% tourprijs



Recreatief, Racefiets
5 dagen
Gemakkelijk = ongetraind, normale conditie
Gemiddeld = u fietst vaker, goede conditie
Uitdagend = ervaren, uitstekende conditie
Groepstour = met meefietsende gids
Individueel = met routes en kaarten
Met gids
Afstand per dag
20-40 km / 12-25 mi
Afstand totaal
198 km / 123 mi
Luxe = 4-5 sterren hotel of luxe B&B
Basis = 1-2 sterren hotel/motel of B&B
Camping = tent, sporthal of campus
Camping, volpension
Dagelijks bagagevervoer
Te huur
20 mei 2019 - 24 mei 2019
03 jun 2019 - 07 jun 2019
17 jun 2019 - 21 jun 2019
08 jul 2019 - 12 jul 2019
22 jul 2019 - 26 jul 2019
12 aug 2019 - 16 aug 2019
26 aug 2019 - 30 aug 2019
02 sep 2019 - 06 sep 2019
16 sep 2019 - 20 sep 2019
Vanwege de beschikbaarheid van vergunningen zijn de genoemde datums voorlopig, zij kunnen pas gegarandeerd worden tot 6 maanden voor vertrek.
Las Vegas, NV (7.00 AM)
Las Vegas, NV (4.00 PM)
shuttle roundtrip Las Vegas
Vliegveld bij start
McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas,
Vliegveld bij eindpunt
McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas,


Prijs per persoon
De tour prijs per person
$ 1,495.-
Permits & Land fees
Subject to change and will be based on actual costs at time of departurePermit & Land Use Fees Include:
Zion National Park commercial and entry fees
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument commercial and entry fees
Bryce Canyon National Park entry fees
$ 55.-
Tent, Sleeping bag and linen
4-Person Basecamping Tent for 2 persons ($55 per + 7.95% tax) Sleeping bag and linen set rental ($35+7.95% tax)
$ 97.-
Inflatable sleeping pad
Inflatable sleeping pad ($35 + 7.95% tax) per, sleeping pads add insulation and are required
$ 37.-
Standard Road bike
Included: helmet, flat repair kit, flat or clipless pedals, lock upon request and cleaned, reusable water bottles.
$ 185.-
performance road bike
Included: helmet, flat repair kit, flat or clipless pedals, lock upon request and cleaned, reusable water bottles.
$ 260.-
High performance road bike
included: helmet, flat repair kit, flat or clipless pedals, lock upon request and cleaned, reusable water bottles.
$ 365.-
1-pers. toeslag
Wanneer je alleen reist wordt een eenpersoonstoeslag gerekend. Bij sommige groeps tours kun je de eenpersoonstoeslag vermijden door een kamer te delen met een andere deelnemer.
$ 25.-


Day 1: Depart Las Vegas- Kodachrome Basin State Park

Cycling: 32 miles
After meeting our guides and fellow cyclists in Las Vegas or St. George, we travel north through the barren Mojave Desert toward the high-elevation plateaus of the Bryce Canyon area in southern Utah. Just as we begin to see the famous hues of red this area is known for, we turn off the highway into Red Canyon State Park. Here we enjoy a delicious guide-prepared picnic lunch before we don our cycling gear, get fit to our bikes, and begin our first ride of the adventure biking the Red Canyon bike trail through hoodoo country to Kodachrome Basin State Park. Parallelling Scenic Byway 12, the Red Canyon Bicycle Trail passes through canyons of red and white stone, towering in formations high above us, and winds through regal stands of ponderosa pine to our campground on the Paunsagunt Plateau.
Meals: Breakfast on own, lunch and dinner included
Lodging: Established campground in Kodachrome State Park

Day 2: Escalante National Monument

Cycling: 32 miles Hiking: 5-8 miles
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is America’s outback, the largest U.S. National Monument! Here, the Escalante River treats us to a one-on-one lesson on the slow but powerful erosive forces of water. After breakfast we load up and shuttle to today’s starting location, a viewing point for Powell Point – the highest plateau in North America. From here we saddle the bikes and head off on Utah Highway 12, stopping at the unique Kiva Koffeehouse, perched on the cliffs above the Escalante River. This road, with panoramas of vast slickrock “oceans” and scenic canyons was voted one of Americas top 10 most scenic highways.
Our action packed exploration continues this afternoon hiking along the Escalante River’s clear flowing waters and picturesque canyon will make you want to build a cabin here. So it will be no surprise when your guide leads you to ancient petroglyphs and the Anasazi Ruins on this world-class hike.
Meals: All meals included; breakfast at camp, lunch on the trail, dinner in camp.
Lodging: Established campground in Kodachrome State Park

Day 3: Bryce Canyon National Park - Zion National Park

Cycling: 18-36 miles Hiking: 3-5 miles
After breakfast we will break down camp and drive a short distance to our morning hike at Bryce Canyon National Park. The Visitor’s Center is our staging area and starting point for an unbelievably beautiful ride. Following quiet and meandering park roads, we’ll make our way out to Rainbow Point where we’ll take in a breathtaking view of Bryce’s famous amphitheater of hoodoos (precariously eroded red rock formations crowded together into a puzzle of towers). We’ll stretch our legs and get up close to these mysterious hoodoos on a hike through the Navajo Loop. Your guides will explain how these rock towers and fins form through a process of erosion caused by rain water and frost wedging. After our inspiring tour through Bryce Canyon, we make our way to Zion National Park.
Meals: All meals included; breakfast at camp, lunch on the trail, dinner in camp.
Lodging: Established campground in Zion National Park

Day 4: Zion National Park

Cycling: 16-23 miles Hiking: 3-5 miles
Zion and the surrounding area is a treasure trove of majesty to uncover and what better way to see it then from the seat of a bicycle. We begin this day with a scenic bike ride along the quiet park roads taking in the towering wonderland of cliffs, valley and hanging gardens. Our journey takes us along the Virgin River, pedaling beneath shady Cottonwood and Sycamore trees, featuring lush greenery, bluebird skies, and awesome views of the red canyon walls above. The road ends at the Temple of Sinewava, the trailhead for the world famous Narrows. The Narrows are a National Park Classic because of the stunning beauty and uniqueness of the terrain, on this hike we will wade through knee to waist deep water of the Virgin River while 2000 foot Navajo Sandstone towers overhead on either side of us. After our hike we turn around for a nice downhill cruise back into camp, or for a more challenging ride try the steep “tunnel climb”. Tonight we celebrate our week of adventure and relaxation with a final dinner.
Meals: All meals included; breakfast at camp, lunch on the trail, dinner in camp.
Lodging: Established campground in Zion National Park

Day 5:Zion National Park

Hiking: 5 miles
After an early breakfast, we enter Zion National Park and begin the day’s hike strolling beneath shady Cottonwood and Sycamore trees by the Virgin River’s edge. Soon we begin ascending and it is time to conquer the challenging hike up Angel’s Landing before the desert sun peaks over the canyon wall. Angel’s Landing is not just a hike; it is the pre-eminent trail of our National Park System and the perfect adventurous finale to our fantastic week of exploring our national gems. Named for Reverend Frederick Fisher in 1916 when he exclaimed, ”Only an angel can land on it” the name stuck, and its legend grew.
The trail ascends 1,488 feet in 2 1/2 miles to the 5,790-foot summit of a monolith perched partway between the river and the canyon rim. It is flanked on three sides by the erosive North Fork of the Virgin River below. The payoffs to landing on this perch are sweeping north-south views of the Virgin River gorge, Cathedral Mountain, Observation Point, Cable Mountain and the Great White Throne looming high above Angels Landing.
After descending back to the canyon floor it is customary to take a cool plunge in the Virgin River and relax under a Cottonwood tree for a picnic lunch, recounting the fun and adventure we have enjoyed during the week. Waving farewell to Zion, we arrive back to the bright lights of Las Vegas between 3:00pm and 6:00pm.
Meals: Breakfast and Lunch included; breakfast at camp, lunch on the trail
Lodging: On your own

Kaart & Routes



We offer rental road bikes in various performance levels from premier brands like Trek, Specialized, and Giant:
high performance (carbon frame road bike, race ready aerodynamic position)
performance (carbon frame road bike, endurance focused position)
standard (aluminum frame, drop bars, endurance focused)
hybrid bike (aluminum frame, flat bars, skinny tires)

Each road bike rental includes a helmet and flat repair kit, and can be set up to your basic fit requirements. You are welcome to bring your own pedals and saddle to use with our rental bikes. Rental pricing varies.
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