Multi-Day Road and Mountain Bike Tours
It's Better With A Guide
On this trip we travel through the Mt. Hood National Forest to the east of the giant peak itself. The singletrack in this forest is famous for a reason. Well-constructed ridge top trails provide you with surprise views of snowy Mount Hood at regular intervals.
Yes, it is true, this supported mountain biking trip has a clear natural hot spring at every camp! This trip travels the back roads of Idaho from hot springs to hot springs.
Our Bryce to Zion tour has it all: two national parks, both single and doubletrack riding, beautiful camping and a lodge to boot for the final night. Our backcountry route between the amazing parks is incredible!
Important Public Land Designations: Wilderness and National Monuments
In Part 1 of our public land series we clarified the three major federal land managers: US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and National Park Service. All three of these land management agencies manage different types of lands within their jurisdictions. In the forest and on the BLM most of their lands are usually open to multiple uses—that means they are available for harvesting trees, grazing cows, mining, and/or recreation of all types. But both agencies and the park service also have lands that are special for one reason or another.