Let Durango Mountain Bike Tours customize a ride for you that will match trails and terrain to your skill and excitement level. We offer rides for the entire family, from the beginner to the hardcore enthusiast.
We offer a variety of tours, with something for every experience level. From a first timer to a seasoned rider, let us show you the best mountain biking experience that Durango has to offer for your skill level!
We look forward to helping you plan your next Durango Mountain Bike Tour. To get started and let us help you customize a the perfect Durango Mountain Bike Trip. Contact us today to get started or call us now at 970.749.5328.
We have put together some of the most scenic, fun, and exciting mountain bike tours in Durango. Our focus is on making sure that you have an amazing experience no matter what level of riding you bring to the trail.
Do you have questions about which ride is for you? Want to give us some feedback or help us improve our offerings? We have created the best mountain bike tours in Durango by listening to our customers.
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Durango has once again received the National Gold Medal Award by the National Parks and Rec Association. The Gold Medal Award honors communities throughout the United States that demonstrate excellence in long-range planning, resource management, and agency recognition. Each agency is judged on its ability to address the needs of those it serves through the collective energies of citizens, staff, and elected officials.
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I took my family on a tour with John and it was perfect for us. At first, I was afraid my kids wouldn’t be able to hang (11 and 13 years old) but John took us on a trail where the pace and difficulty level was just right. The vistas at the top of the trail were beautiful and we all had a blast exploring Durango! Thanks John!