Death Valley National Park Bike Tour
Our Death Valley bike tour is an ideal tour to get the body moving again after a winter off the bike.
- February 28 – March 5 * Tour opened!
- March 14 – 19 * Tour opened!
- March 21 – 26
- November 7 – 12
- Duration: 6-days
- Ride Type: Road
- Difficulty: Intermediate / Intermediate+
- Average Daily Mileage: 24 – 73
- Price from: $2,790
Our Death Valley National Park bike tour rides through a formidable landscape. It is a below-sea-level desert basin surrounded by ragged mountains, salt flats, extreme temperatures and endless sands. Death Valley is also a place of almost supernatural beauty that must be experienced first hand.
We have created a tour through this wondrous terrain. In the late winter and into early spring a colorful bloom of rare wildflowers can occur after a “wet” winter bringing life to this seemingly lifeless wasteland. The weather in February and March in Death Valley is generally warm and dry with temperatures in the upper 70’s to low 80’s and cool, clear nights in the mid 50’s. The dark night skies in Death Valley are perfect for stargazing.
International Dark Sky Park
Death Valley National Park is designated as a Certified IDA International Dark Sky Park. The skies here are affected by only the smallest amounts of light pollution classifying it at the highest level of IDA designation and star-filled skies, the “Gold Tier”. Astronomical objects seen there are available only to some of the darkest locations across the globe.
The Early Spring “Super Bloom”
It does not happen every early spring, but every now and then after a “wet” winter Death Valley comes to life in what is called a “super bloom” where a seemingly dead landscape explodes with millions of wildflowers of all varieties totally transforming the desert into a kaleidoscope of color.
DAY 0 – Arrival in Las Vegas (hotel stay not included)
DAY 1 – Red Rock Canyon and Old Spanish Trail
DAY 2 – Salisbury Pass to Furnace Creek
DAY 3 – Layover Day in Furnace Creek
DAY 4 – Ubehebe Crater
DAY 5 – Layover Day in Stovepipe Wells
DAY 6 – Daylight Pass to Rhyolite Ghost Town
- Red Rock Canyon National Park
- Ride the Old Spanish Trail
- Death Valley National Park
- Free day at Furnace Creek Resort – hiking & cycling options
- Climb to Dante’s View (where the original Star Wars movie filmed)
- Artist’s Drive
- Stay at Stovepipe Wells Village
- Ubehebe Volcanic Crater
- Ride up into the Panamint Range
- Hike Mosaic Canyon
- Campfire meals & sunset viewings
- Mesquite Flats Sand Dunes
- Rhyolite Ghost Town
- 6-days of guide service
- Mechanical support
- Support vehicle
- 5-nights of lodging
- 4-breakfasts, 4-lunches, 5-dinners
- Entrance fees
- Energy food, snacks, and non-alcoholic refreshments
This trip definitely exceeded our expectations. The group was warm and friendly, the weather was ideal, and the scenery was to die for. David and Peter were awesome guides. The accommodations were terrific. Food was fantastic! It was all great. We’re looking at which Lizard Head trip we should do next!
– Mary and Gil