Looking for a late- or early-season trip with warm temperatures? Join us to bike the best sights in Death Valley, the largest national park in the Lower 48 states. With its sand dunes, slot canyons and salt flats, Death Valley is a land of surreal beauty and extremes. This is a popular cycling destination for good reason — the location makes for great riding in the shoulder seasons, there are plenty of cycling-friendly roads, and the views are out-of-this-world spectacular.
The trip begins and ends in Las Vegas. You spend the first day riding in the Red Rock Canyon before heading into Death Valley National Park. You enjoy all five nights of the trip inside the park, staying in just two inns. During the 6-day trip, you visit the park’s top scenic highlights — including Badwater Basin, Artist’s Palette, Dante’s View, and the Ubehebe Crater. On your last day, you pedal to the quirky Rhyolite Ghost Town before heading back to Vegas.