The Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park

Outside Magazine included our Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park Bikepacking tour as one of their "Top 20 Trips of 2020!" This tour offers access to pristine, 1000-year-old Ancient Puebloan ruins and a stunning canyon landscape. Avoid the crowds, time constraints and locked gates of Mesa Verde National Park, and explore one of the Southwest's best hidden secrets. Visit cliff dwellings, discover pottery (that you must leave behind!) and learn from Native American guides about the ancient people who preceded them. Check out our photo gallery, and read more about this special place in National Geographic. Email us today to sign up for a tour! 

Spring Tours

  • May 8-10 - Ride 75 miles over 3 days on single track to dirt roads in the San Juan National Forest. Trip includes a short 3-mile packraft section to link trails. You won't be carrying raft gear.
  • May 29-June 1 - Join us for a 4-day tour into the Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park. Spend 2 days exploring ruins and a total of 4 days riding through the Park.

*NEW* Bikepacking Utah - Bears Ears & Manti-La Sal National Forest

Level 2/4 | Starts at $895

Meet your guide, Steve "Doom" Fassbinder, in Monticello at Roam Industry, (where you can rent a bike & gear) for a 3- to 5-day bikepacking tour of remote dirt roads in the Bears Ears area, specifically Beef Basin and the Bridger Jack area. Check out wild hoodoos, stunning desert landscapes and snow-capped mountains. Co-create your tour with head guide, Steve "Doom" Fassbinder. Two or more people required to schedule a tour. Choose your own start dates. Email Doom today for details.

2.5-Day Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park Bikepacking Tour

Level 2 | $895

For this out and back, we'll meet at 1p.m. at the Mancos Brewing Company, and then ride 10 miles down to Scullbinder Ranch (we'll shuttle your gear). We'll pack for the tour and enjoy a night camping and dining by the fire (fire ban dependent) at the Ranch. Day 2, we'll leave the Ranch by 9a.m., ride 10 miles into the Tribal Park to meet our Ute Mountain Ute guide by 11a.m. Explore the remote "Two-Story Cliff House" ruins, and then camp by Mancos River. Day 3, ride back to the Ranch, having lunch and exploring roadside ruins along the way.

4-Day Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park Bikepacking Tour

Level 3+ | $1395

Leave from the Mancos Brewery at 9a.m. to ride 10 miles down to Scullbinder Ranch (we’ll shuttle your gear), pack for the trip, and then ride 9 miles down canyon into the Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park. We’ll self tour roadside ruins along the way and camp by the river. Day 2, we’ll explore the remote “Two-Story Cliffhouse” ruins with our Ute Mountain Ute guide, and then ride up Lion Canyon 10-15 miles to camp. Day 3, we’ll break camp early, explore more ruins, and then ride another 10-15 miles to camp. Day 4, we'll ride a not too burly 40 miles.

Planning on camping or staying in a glamping tent the night before or after your tour? Check in is at 3p.m. For more info about our camping, glamping and the Scullbinder Cabin, please visit or Colorado Glamping page. Please note, camping or glamping costs extra and does not come with your tour, unless you are doing the 2.5-day Tribal Park Tour. Showers included. Looking for a good meal? Visit our Food & Beverage page.

*NEW* San Juan National Forest

Levels 1-4 | Various Prices

We've expanded our offerings in 2021! Link together 20 to 200 miles of mountain and forrested terrain on one of our San Juan National Forest tours, including Boggy Draw, the McPhee Overlook Trail and the west side of the La Platas. We'll co-create this tour specifically around your desired mileage and abilities. Go big on a DOOM Tour, or learn the bikepacking ropes on a mellower loop. Spend a night before or after your adventure at our remote, 35-acre property on the Mancos River, Scullbinder Ranch. Schedule a tour for your group today!

Navajolands Tour

Level 4 | Prices Vary | Tours on Hold Due to Covid

Meet your Navajo Guide Jon Yazzie, owner of Dzil Ta'ah Adventures, in Kayenta on Day 1 for an out-and-back Bikepacking Tour to some popular northeast Navajoland destinations. Enjoy panoramic views of the park sandstone formations, from Elk Ridge to Bears Ears. This moderately strenuous six-hour, 20-mile ride follows double track, sand dunes and sand stone shelves. Fat bikes recommended; plus bikes will work. For self-sufficient, experienced bikepackers only! Max three people. Rent bikes/gear from Roam Industry. $100 delivery fee.