Utah: Bryce Canyon & Zion National Parks
VBT’s new Bryce Canyon and Zion bike tour leads you to fairy chimneys, mammoth rock mountains and breathtaking red sandstone panoramas.
- Biking: 2 - 5 hr|
6-day Bike Tour Only
Per person, double occupancy
Utah: Bryce Canyon & Zion National ParksCycle into a world of geologic wonder. Where fairy chimneys carved over eons point skyward. Red sandstone panoramas evoke an otherworldly aura. And mammoth rock mountains preside over every mile you spin. VBT’s new Bryce Canyon and Zion bike tour leads you to the heart of Utah’s most beloved natural wonders. This is the Southwest of your dreams, and there’s no more intimate way to experience it than by bicycle – with opportunities to hike some of the nation’s most breathtaking walking paths. You’ll ride a pleasant mix of bicycle trails, shared use trails, and scenic roadways into a world that time seems to have forgotten. And savor the indulgence of time itself to soak in the epic glory of this great American landscape
What to Expect
This tour offers a full range of easy terrain mixed with moderate hills, ideal for both beginner and experienced cyclists. Our VBT support vehicle is available for those who would like assistance with the hills. Vehicle support will be limited on the scenic drives in both Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park. Leaders will provide you with extra snacks and supplies during these rides.
- Biking: 2 - 5 hr|
- Group Size: 20
- Cycle among the dramatic red sandstone landscapes of Snow Canyon.
- Ride to Bryce Canyon City along the Red Canyon Bicycle Trail , a stunning canvas of red earth, low shrub and rising slopes.
- Pause to admire the Red Canyon Arch along the Red Canyon Bicycle Trail.
- Enjoy a leisurely spin along the Bryce Canyon Shared Use Path and Bryce Canyon Scenic Drive, stopping to gaze upon sweeping views.
- Marvel at the spindly hoodoos of Bryce Canyon at the park’s famed Inspiration Point.
- Explore the unique geological formations of Bryce Canyon by foot when you opt for a half-day hike.
- Cycle among the breathtaking mountainous terrain of Zion National Park, hopping in our van to pass through the remarkable mile-long Zion-Mt. Carmel Tunnel.
- Leave your bike behind for a day to hike the splendid trails that wind through Zion National Park.
- Take some time to visit the informative Zion National Park Visitor Center and the fascinating Zion Human History Museum.
- Ride among the soaring red rock walls of Zion National Park.
- Pedal along the Pa’rus Trail, tracing the Virgin River, and follow the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive to the Temple of Sinawava, a spectacular natural amphitheater.
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|5 nights in spa resorts and rustic lodges|
|10 meals: 5 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners|
Inn on the Cliff
The Inn on the Cliff boasts panoramic views of the mountains and St. George from a perfect perch. Embrace the gorgeous scenery from your private balcony as you dine on breakfast served in your air-conditioned room. Relax in premium bedding and enjoy tech-savvy touches like flat-screen televisions and high-speed Internet access.
Red Mountain Resort
Spread across 55 acres that blend into a stunning landscape of red rock cliffs and canyons, the Red Mountain Resort exudes the spirit of a desert community. Its focus on whole-body wellness has inspired its spa, wellness workshops, cuisine and robust roster of outdoor activities. During your stay, connect with the desert when you walk its meditative labyrinth. Savor a healthy dinner at the elegant Canyon Breeze Restaurant and ease into the relaxed rhythm of life in southern Utah. Each air-conditioned room offers all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay.
Best Western Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel
One mile from Bryce Canyon, your conveniently located hotel is surrounded by spectacular views of hoodoos. Start the day off right with a hot breakfast and soak your tired muscles in Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel’s private pool or hot tub after a rewarding day in the park.
Best Western Plus Ruby's Inn
The closest lodging to Bryce Canyon National Park, Ruby’s Inn was established over a century ago by the pioneering developer who wanted to share the beauty of Bryce Canyon with visitors. The result was an experience rich in authentic amenities that brings the Bryce Canyon culture to life. A destination unto itself, Ruby’s Inn offers an array of activities to complement your exploration, from horseback riding and an indoor pool to helicopter excursions over the sweeping canyonlands. Air-conditioned rooms exude the warmth of southwestern hospitality.
Cable Mountain Lodge
Set at the foot of stunning red-rock mountains, the Cable Mountain Lodge offers quick and easy access to Zion National Park. The park entrance is just steps away. During your stay, treat yourself to a spa treatment. Visit Zion Canyon Village. Stroll the lush banks of the Virgin River, right on the property, perhaps enjoying a picnic under the Cottonwood trees. Or take a cool dip in the pool or a soothing soak in the hot tub. Each air-conditioned room is inspired by the rustic beauty of your surroundings.
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