This unique retreat combines the thrill of mountain biking with the bliss of yoga. Venture deep into the high desert and exotic red rock landscapes of Western Colorado and Eastern Utah. We will take you to all the secret, silent places for this epic, dusty adventure that will leave you with messy hair and sparkling eyes.
Expert mountain biking guides will lead you up slick rocks and and down swoopy single track and RYT200 trained yoga instructors will stretch you out before the ride and restore you afterwards. Although general fitness is required for mountain biking, beginners are encouraged because it's an experience everyone should try.
The Paradox Valley Inn is located in the middle of nowhere down a long dirt road, among towering sandstone cliffs. Built by architect Carl Vostetek in 2005, it is a southwest adobe building that stays cool in the summer. The rooms are modern and comfortable with Wi-Fi, kitchenettes, living areas, and private bathrooms, it's what's outside that makes the place unique. It's the closest thing to the wild west you can experience in modern times.
The entire retreat is an excursion because it is a traveling retreat from one mountain biking destination to another. Day one and two, we hit the trails near Fruita, Colorado. Day three, we rest and relax in the enchanting Paradox Valley and we wind up day four in world famous Moab, Utah.
Western Colorado and Eastern Utah, United States. We will travel from Grand Junction, Colorado to Gateway, Colorado to Paradox, Colorado to Moab, Utah and return to Grand Junction, Colorado on day four.
We will be fueling mountain biking and hiking with local favorites and southwestern flavor.
Vegetarian options are available.
Fly to Grand Junction Regional Airport (GJT) and grab an Uber or a taxi to the Airbnb that is reserved for you. From there, the entire trip is planned and taken care of, all you have to do is follow along.
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