Spring Features: The Radavist & Outside Mag

This spring 2020, both The Radavist and Outside Magazine featured Four Corner Guides' Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park Bikepacking Tour. Want to learn more about this dynamic, unique adventure? Check out these articles: *New* Tribal Park Vlog, by Neil Hannum; "There Are Still Blank Spots on the Map," by Mike Adamski, and "Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Park," by National Geographic.

The Radavist: Bikepacking Among the Ancients

"I feel truly lucky to have been able to experience this place in the way I have the past two days. Most people either get shuttled on a massive bus into Mesa Verde NP or, if they are lucky, get on a smaller van tour through the Tribal Park. To have a personal guide for our hikes, and to be allowed to ride along the meandering Mancos River Valley on a bike is such a treat. We got to linger and spend as much time as we desired at the dwellings and spend our evening under the quiet of the stars and valley walls. As someone who used to work as a guide, I can truly say that what Steve and Lizzy have cooked up here is a truly unique experience in its scope and scenery, from their personal ranch to the exclusive access for bikepacking in the Ute Mountain Tribal Park." ~ Spencer Harding

Outside Mag Features FCG in it's "Trips of the Year" March/April 2020 Issue

“Steve "Doom" Fassbinder is known for completing nearly impossible adventures, like biking and rafting 1,000 miles across Tajikistan.... Doom has made a name for himself by piecing together creative multi-day routes around the world that require mountain bikes, packrafts, and the occasional llama. Now his distinctive style of adventure is available stateside with his new outfitter, Four Corners Guides, which takes clients through the deserts, canyons, and rivers of southwest Colorado (and Utah). The customized tours launch from Fassbinder's 35-acre Scullbinder Ranch, which has canvas glamping tents and its own mountain-bike trail system and pump track." ~ Outside Magazine, March/April 2020, "Trips of the Year" Issue.

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