Utah
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Our most recommended Utah Bike Tours

Hurricane: Sunset UTV Tour with Zion National Park Views

1. Hurricane: Sunset UTV Tour with Zion National Park Views

Hit the trails on a UTV tour and see the unique sights and ecosystems of Zion National Park. Take a 2, 3 or 4-hour tour and discover the terrain and rock formations of the area on one of these rugged vehicles. Take a customizable tour of up to 25 destinations, all under the watchful eye of a professional guide. Finish the day with an awe-inspiring sunset over Zion National Park. These exhilarating tours are suitable for any skill level. Your professional guide will train you up on driving a UTV, and teach you how to best drive around the obstacles you encounter on the trails.

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Salt Lake City: Sunset Bike and Brothel Tour

2. Salt Lake City: Sunset Bike and Brothel Tour

Meet your guide at Liberty Park, the oldest park in the city. Hop aboard your cruiser bike and take a quick lap around the park to get comfortable with it. Fill your provided water bottle with fresh, artesian spring water. Cruise through Gilgal Park, a bizarre sculpture garden with Mormon roots, including a sphinx with the face of Joseph Smith. Roll past quaint 120-year-old neighborhoods filled with brick homes, into the downtown area and the mouth of City Creek Canyon. Explore the canyon, which is the city center’s gateway straight into the Wasatch Mountains. Bike through the natural setting where black bears, moose, cougars, and elk. Sometimes these animals can even be seen in roaming through the city. Cruise on your bike into Temple Square, the site of the original Mormon Temple. Afterward, bike to a scenic viewing point which offers views of the Wasatch Mountains, the Great Salt Lake, Antelope Island, and the University of Utah. Sip a sparkling non-alcoholic beverage as you bask in the fading light of sunset. Then it’s off to the discovery the city’s history of prostitution, polygamy, power, and corruption. The Red Light Districts may have changed since the 1870s, but the buildings haven't. Ride to the Salt Lake City Main Library branch. Dismount your bike and take a glass elevator to the rooftop terrace and observation deck. Take in views of the city and mountains, framed by the trees and flowers of the roof's garden. From the library, it's a leisurely ride back to the meeting point in beautiful Liberty Park.

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Salt Lake City: 3-Hour Guided Big-City-Loop Bike Tour

3. Salt Lake City: 3-Hour Guided Big-City-Loop Bike Tour

Meet your guide at Liberty Park, the oldest park in the city, and get acquainted with your cruiser bike by taking it for a lap. Fill your provided water bottle with fresh, artesian spring water. Cruise through Gilgal Park, a bizarre sculpture garden with Mormon roots, including a sphinx with the face of Joseph Smith. Roll past quaint 120-year-old neighborhoods filled with brick homes, all the way into downtown and the mouth of City Creek Canyon. This canyon is the city center's gateway straight into the Wasatch Mountains, and also home to black bears, moose, cougars, and elk, all of which are sometimes seen roaming through the city. Coast on your bike into Temple Square, the site of the original Mormon Temple, and maybe catch a free organ recital. Then, head down Main Street with an option to stop for a coffee or an authentic French pastry. Then it's off to the Salt Lake City Main Library branch, where you may get to dismount, take a glass elevator to the rooftop terrace and observation deck, and take in views of the city and mountains, alongside the trees and flowers of the roof's garden. From the library, it's a leisurely ride back to the meeting point in beautiful Liberty Park.

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What people are saying about Utah

We had a fantastic experience. Communication was excellent!! We received an email a couple of days before the activity confirming all of the details and requesting the waivers so we did not waste time on the day of the activity. Then we received an email from the guide the night before the activity with some extra tips. Grant, the guide, was very knowledgeable in the historical, geological, flora and fauna details of the area and made the hike/bike a lot of fun. It was also our first time renting eBikes and we would highly recommend.

You need to request Tyson and Preston!! They are the coolest dudes looking to give you the best adventure!! They are extremely knowledgeable and work you in at your own pace. We had a blast out there on those red rocks and sand dunes! They made sure we captured all of our accomplishments and the best views! We can’t wait to go back and hang out with them again! Best experience ever!

Our family absolutely LOVED our sunset tour! It was beautiful and thrilling! This was the highlight of our vacation this summer! Our guide Ben couldn’t have done any better than he did! We would recommend this to anyone we know coming your way.