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  • Join Western Spirit on this incredible five-day & four-night guided gravel bike ride through a stunning mix of mountains and desert. Beginning in the quintessential alpine setting of Telluride, Colorado we will ride up to the Uncompahgre Plateau with views of the San Miguel and La Sal mountain ranges.
    Location: Moab, UT, USA
    Duration: 5-Days
    Ability: Advanced
    Prime Season: June / August - September
    Price: $1,595 pp

  • On this supported mountain bike trip from Telluride to Moab, you will experience both the majestic mountains of Colorado and the intricate deserts of the West.
    Location: Moab, UT, USA
    Duration: 6-Days
    Ability: Advanced
    Prime Season: June and August - September
    Price: $1,595 pp
    Category: E-Bike Ready

  • Telluride and Moab are two of the most charming destinations in the West. Destinations for adventurers, historians, and families alike, you’ve likely heard of them. Western Spirit’s ride from Telluride to Moab is one of our favorites. Here are five things to know before you go. This is the perfect first off-road adventure This ride is challenging, but not [...]

  • We have a couple of great trips involving the amazing town of Telluride, Colorado: Telluride to Durango and Telluride to Moab. What makes this town such a favorite among road and mountain bikers, travelers, socializers, and artists? Among other things, the views. Here are some of our favorites.  Mt. Sneffels The view of the Mt. Sneffels [...]

  • Telluride, Colorado is a town like no other, surrounded by peak after peak of amazing mountains with endless terrain to explore. Hiking is surely the most popular activity in the summer, and there’s plenty of great cycling as well. Here’s what you need to know about hiking in Telluride. Allow for Plenty of Time There are [...]

  • Aspen is a legendary, Rocky Mountain town, famous for its skiing, hiking, art, and distinct culture. But have you heard about Telluride, it’s slightly more secluded, just as epic cousin? Here are a few reasons why we think Telluride is the new Aspen. Similar History The two cities have similar origins. Both were first inhabited by the [...]

  • >> Read Our Customer Reviews On Google BROCK BORDELON The guides have been all exceedingly friendly, helpful, and genuinely fun to be around, especially to my son, whose first question upon returning home is always, "Where are we going next year?" FRANK HARGETT - TELLURIDE TO MOAB The wilderness. The spiritual connection to my [...]

  • Come & Ride the West! Introductory Bike Trips These green trips include bike paths and gravel roads with generally uniform surfaces. None require technical bike handling or singletrack riding skills.  They are designed to maximize the fun and the scenery.  On both the [...]

  • Advanced Bike Trips The first trips in this group involve longer mileage with great climbs and exciting descents: Lewis and Clark, Telluride to Moab, and the Kokopelli. The rest of the trips in this group are all primarily singletrack with the desert and low altitude trips being a bit more technical: Moab Singletrack, [...]