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Escape Adventures
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+1 702-596-2953
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8221 W. Charleston
Las Vegas Nevada 89117
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Escape Adventures

With Escape Adventures, you can enjoy first class adventure travel anytime of the year.

Specializing in western North America, Escape Adventures is a leader in first-class eco-friendly cycling and multi-sport adventure. In 2006, we became the world's first carbon neutral outfitter, bringing sustainable adventure to all the places we visit, from Utahto Mexico and beyond. By simply joining a tour with us, outdoor enthusiasts are now helping to preserve the beautiful backcountry areas they enjoy.
Their Tours

Wine Country 55+

5 Days Moderate
Just north of San Francisco, the winding Russian River meets the dramatic Pacific coastline, harboring a world all its own. Our cycling tour experiences this romantic landscape; quilted with a colorful patchwork of old growth redwoods, fruitful vineyards, historic towns, and beautiful gardens ...
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

The Sawtooths

6 Days Moderate
The Sawtooth Mountains were one of Ernest Hemingway's favorite places, and it is easy to see why. With backcountry as rugged as it is beautiful, you too will fall in love with this enchanting region.
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Cycling the Rockies

6 Days Mod-Advanced 350 MLS
From the rusty brown of the semi-arid lowlands, to the green, gold, and purple of alpine wildflower meadows, our Colorado cycling tour provides you with a great opportunity to find out what "colorful Colorado" is all about.
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Oregon Coast

5 Days Moderate 250 MLS
Rolling down National Scenic Highway 101 along the foothills and beaches of the Pacific Northwest, our Oregon road cycling trip showcases the beautiful and diverse 360-mile Oregonian coastline.
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

The Land of Enchantment

6 Days Moderate
From the origin of ancient civilizations to the birthplace of atomic energy, New Mexico's unique influence spans millennia. Its colorful history and landscape have inspired so many elite artists and writers, including Georgia O'Keefe and D.H. Lawrence.
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Cycling the San Juan Islands

6 Days Moderate
A scenic ferry ride from Washington's Fidalgo Island brings us to the maritime world of the San Juans. Here we bike on serene island roads, navigating around harbors, inlets, bays, and rolling, green mountains. We cycle through colorful tulip nurseries and old sheep farms. We visit artist ...
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Cycling Maui

6 Days Mod-Advanced
Our road cycling tour of the island loops around the valley nestled between two sleeping giants, Puu Kukui caldera to the West, and Mt. Haleakala to the East. Inside Maui's 120 miles of coastline, we experience a surprising range of microclimates, from exotic gardens to rainshadow drylands, from ...
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

The High Sierras

6 Days Moderate 295 MLS
A favorite retreat and source of inspiration for renowned photographer Ansel Adams, and author John Muir (founder of the Sierra Club), the Sierra Nevada hold an important place in our collective history, and in the hearts of all those who have visited this hauntingly special place.
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Grand Teton and Yellowstone

6 Days Moderate
For a wilderness experience unlike any other, come with us out West to Wyoming's Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks! Leaving from Montpelier, Idaho, we take off on a wild west journey through Star Valley and Jackson, Wyoming. Our ride takes us through the Bridger-Teton National Forest ...
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Escalante and Capitol Reef National Park

6 Days Moderate
Central Utah has one of the largest stretches of true backcountry left in the nation. This area remained uncharted until the mid-1800s and still harbors many natural treasures yet to be discovered. From the alpine heights of Dixie National Forest to the slickrock canyons of Escalante National ...
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Death Valley Introduction

5 Days Easy-Moderate 108 MLS
Death Valley, home to the hottest, driest and lowest points in the country, is a land of subtle beauty and sharp contrast. Delicate tissue-thin flowers emerge from dry lakebeds, bringing contemporary color to the archaic playa. A visit to Badwater allows you can stand at the lowest point on the ...
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Bryce, Zion and the Grand Canyon

7 Days Mod-Advanced 400 MLS
From southern Utah's Brian Head Peak, we descend off the mountain through a speedy blur of aspen and pine to Red Canyon State Park. Here, we ride a bicycle path lined with oversized sandstone figures--a curious token preview of a bigger scene that lies ahead. At Bryce Canyon National Park, our ...
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Cycling Bryce and Zion

4 Days Easy-Moderate 170 MLS
By special request, we've added a shorter, four day version of our most popular road cycling trip, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park, and the Grand Canyon. By saving the Grand Canyon riding for another trip, you get to experience all the great riding of Bryce and Zion in just four days.
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Gooseberry Mesa / Zion Backcountry Weekend

3 Days Mod-Advanced
Whether from Brian Head's lofty peak or Gooseberry's majestic mesa, this fun-filled weekend is your ticket to the amazing vistas and backcountry mountain biking around Zion National Park!Whether from Brian Head's lofty peak or Gooseberry's majestic mesa, this fun-filled weekend is your ticket to ...
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Trail of the Ancients

6 Days Moderate 146 MLS
The Needles District of Canyonlands National Park is named for the eroding rock pinnacles that stand as sentinels in a valley of endless views and exceptional sunsets. This area is located over 100 miles from any major interstate, making it one of the most remote regions in the country.
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

The White Rim Trail

4 Days Easy-Moderate 100 MLS
The White Rim Trail through Canyonlands has become a favorite annual pilgrimage for countless numbers of mountain bikers. Our 4-day bike trip follows the canyons carved by the Green and Colorado Rivers. A multi-colored array of spires, arches, buttes, and mesas comprise the classic high desert ...
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

The Maze, Canyonlands National Park

5 Days Moderate 120 MLS
The Maze District is the most remote section of Canyonlands National Park. This lost land of canyons and desert is one of the least traveled and most inaccessible areas in the continental United States.
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Spirit of the Mojave

6 Days Moderate 110 MLS
While most other North American mountain bike hot spots are covered with snow, we are fortunate to enjoy prime riding in the heart of the Mojave Desert at Death Valley National Park and Red Rock Canyon.
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Telluride to Moab

6 Days Mod-Advanced 191 MLS
The journey from Telluride to Moab makes for the perfect retreat for fit mountain bikers of all skill levels. While the routes can be physically demanding, the terrain is not too technical, consisting of wide dirt roads surrounded by beautiful alpine peaks, hard packed clay, gravel roads and ...
Updated by CTG on 17 May 2014

Red Rock Weekend

2 Days Moderate 42 MLS
Many people overlook Las Vegas when considering a destination for outdoor adventure, but with over 100 miles of singletrack and stunning desert scenery, the Red Rock National Conservation Area is a nearby treasure well worth visiting. Smooth, buffed trails perfect for introductory level mountain ...
Updated by CTG on 16 May 2014

New Mexico Singletrack

6 Days Mod-Advanced 128 MLS
Tucked away in the New Mexico Rockies, a mountain biker's paradise remains largely undiscovered to this day. Just across the border from Durango, Colorado, some of the best trails in the country are also some of the least frequented due to their isolation. Join us on our mountain bike journey ...
Updated by CTG on 16 May 2014

Mt Hood to Columbia River Gorge

6 Days Moderate 106 MLS
An incredibly diverse succession of terrain (glacial plains, mountain ridges, rainforests, woodlands, and orchard valleys) forms this monumental mountain bike tour from Oregon's most prominent landmark, Mt. Hood down to the Columbia River Gorge.
Updated by CTG on 16 May 2014

Mt. Bachelor to Bend Singletrack

5 Days Moderate 105 MLS
In the beautiful countryside surrounded Bend, Oregon, we follow beautiful groomed singletrack through dense forest and around sparkling mountain lakes. The singletrack trail system of the Deschutes National Forest offers an extensive variety of lightly traveled backcountry routes. Lofty ...
Updated by CTG on 16 May 2014

Mt. St. Helens Singletrack

6 Days Moderate 90 MLS
Mount St. Helens was once the 5th largest peak in Washington state. Part of the Cascade Range that includes Mt. Hood, it became infamous in 1980 when a massive eruption killed 57 people, and destroyed homes and infrastructure in the region as it buried the mountains base with hundreds of feet of ...
Updated by CTG on 16 May 2014

Moab and Fruita Weekend

3 Days Mod-Advanced 68 MLS
For some, the canyonlands of southern Utah bring to mind the last of the Old West and America's frontier. For others, it speaks of the mystical lives of ancient civilizations long gone. The sun is on your back and snow-capped mountains rise in the distance. Welcome to Moab!
Updated by CTG on 16 May 2014

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