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  • Experience the best of Southern Utah’s scenic trails in a completely novel way with this 8-hour hybrid hike and bike trip in Zion National Park! Explore multiple areas of the scenic Zion canyon, like Pa’rus and Scenic Drive, both on your bicycle and on foot! Whether you’re a beginner or an all-terrain expert, your experienced local guide will help you find a trail just for you!

    • 57hours is committed to providing safe outdoor adventure experiences. We require all guides using our platform to have a COVID-19 safety plan and to make the details of that plan accessible to travelers. In most cases, group sizes will be reduced, guides will avoid overcrowded locations, and other safety measures will be met depending on the location and activity.

      We also expect clients to respect local regulations and take measures to protect themselves, guides and the communities they’re travelling to. For more information on COVID-19 measures in Zion National Park, Utah, please refer to Utah’s official COVID-19 update website and Zion National Park’s current conditions.

      Please contact us if you have any questions or require further information. We are happy to provide you with the most up-to-date information!

    • What you get on this adventure:

        • An experienced MTB guide with extensive local knowledge of the area
        • Standard hybrid or static road-ready pedal bike and helmet
        • Transportation of bikes (and riders as needed) to the trailhead and back
        • Lunch on full-days

      The option to upgrade to a pedal-assist E-mountain bike is available for $25.

      What’s not included:

        • Transportation to Springdale
        • Accommodations
        • Lunch on half-days (a lunch pack including a sandwich, chips, cookie, and a drink is available for $14 per person)
    • You will need to be able to hike and bike between three and eight hours, depending on the itinerary you choose. After booking, your guide will determine the group’s skill level and capabilities and cater the day to your specific abilities. Keep in mind, opting for the full-day option means more hikes and more biking, which is strenuous even if you stay on beginner-level trails.

    • As long as you pedal on two wheels, you can book this adventure. A guide will explain the different mountain bike techniques and body positions to get you feeling comfortable on the trail. You will progress at a level that is consistent with your comfort. Once you finally get the hang of trail riding, you will only want more!

    • Here’s what you’ll need:

        • Wear comfortable riding or athletic clothing, preferably moisture-wicking or synthetic material
        • Closed-toed or cycling-specific shoes
        • Breathable outside layer or jacket
        • Sunglasses
        • Plenty of water, water bottle, or hydration bladder
        • Daypack with snacks
        • Biking gloves are optional but recommended
        • Toiletries (sunscreen, hand sanitizer, bug spray, toilet paper, etc.)

      Dress comfortably and for the weather in clothes you can move in. We suggest bringing clothing appropriate for the season. Layers are best and don’t wear jeans.

    • Group sizes and prices:

        • These tours are not private. The tours usually run in groups of up to 12 participants.
        • It takes a minimum of 2 people for this tour to run.
        • Cost is per person and it doesn’t decrease as the group grows.

      Hiking and biking tours in Zion can be arranged for bigger groups. Contact us prior to booking.

      Min. age requirements:

        • If you are older than 18, you’re good to go.
        • Children as young as 4 are able to go on trips with a legal guardian. If you have a young rider strong enough to handle sustained climbs (either riding or walking their bike) of hundreds of feet and rough terrain, then they may be able to participate on a case-by-case basis.

      If your group has riders under the age of 18, contact us prior to booking to make arrangements.

    • To get to Zion National Park, most people fly into Las Vegas McCarran International Airport 2.5 hours away from the park. From there, you can rent a car and take a 2.5-3 hour drive to Springdale, Utah. Alternatively, you can take a bus to St. George, UT, and take a shuttle or cab to Springdale.

      Once you and your guide agree on the details of your itinerary, your guide will suggest the best place to meet, whether that’s at the guide shop in Springdale or a predetermined location.

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