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Moab Biking Tours

Moab Biking Tours

Moab Bike Tours:

Complete Listing of Moab Bike Tours
Moab biking tours are an outstanding way to cover a lot of scenic turf in an efficient yet physically active way. Unlike motor coach tours and even more intense Jeep tours where you’re a passive bystander, Moab biking tours put you in control. For hours on end, you’ll pedal, steer, and carefully navigate the region’s incredible selection of trails, both technical and non-technical.
 
If you’re a mountain biking enthusiast, eastern Utah has plenty of multi-day excursions available for you. You can race off for two-, three-, four-, and even five-day Moab biking tours that will transport you to some of the most incredible landscapes imaginable. During your journeys around places like the Klondike Bluffs and Bartlett Wash, you’ll streak over plenty of slickrock and singletrack. Plus, you’ll get the chance to traverse an array of challenging surfaces, from hard packed dirt, to sand, to gravel. And if you take an advanced- or expert-level biking journey, you’ll even have the chance to wind your way carefully down dangerous rock piles! Believe us when we say that this is not for the faint of heart.
 
Moab biking tours don’t have to be so complicated, however. On the contrary, there are tons of beginner- and intermediate-level Moab biking tours that last about half a day. Going around Courthouse Loop is a really popular option, since the trail is largely free from obstacles, and because the views of the famous Windows section of Arches National Park are breathtaking. Here, sandstone formations have eroded, leaving holes (or “windows”) right in the middle of leftover rock “frames.”
 
Not too far away is the legendary Intrepid Trail System in Dead Horse Point State Park. Many Moab biking tours come here to the park’s collection of three loops that are various lengths: Intrepid, Great Pyramid, and Big Chief. These family-friendly routes cater to beginners and intermediate-level mountain bikers. The terrain is fairly level, and technical riding is minimal; even the longest and most difficult trail, Big Chief, can be tackled on a single-gear bike. At the same time, however, the views of Canyonlands National Park and the Colorado River are out of this world. Another benefit here is the cooler temperature; on average, it’s about ten Dead Horse State Parkdegrees less at Dead Horse Point State Park (6,000 ft. above sea level) than it is in and around Moab (4,000 ft. above sea level).
 
By no means is that it in terms of Moab biking tours, however. Other journeys will take you out to Kane Springs Canyon, where Wingate Sandstone cliffs are prevalent; or to the gorgeous views of the Colorado River Canyon at Hurrah Pass. Even more difficult Moab biking tours can be found along the 23-mile Jackson Hole Loop, and at Moab Rim, where the ascent and descent are both incredibly steep.
 
We know that Moab biking tours aren’t for everyone, but if you’ve ever considered going on one, there’s no better place to start than right here. With the assistance of an experienced guide, you’re not going to end up somewhere you don’t want to be, and even those areas that seem too difficult won’t be under your guide’s supervision. So why don’t you go ahead and throw caution to the wind? Moab biking tours will show you what you’re made of.