Ride Camp

Boulder Ride Camp 7 Day

Rocky Mountains

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Boulder Ride Camp 7 Day

Welcome to our Boulder, Colorado Ride Camp-a true climbers camp.…

Welcome to our Boulder, Colorado Ride Camp-a true climbers camp. Home to the historic Coors Classic, the past's epic cycling battles still echo across the regions celebrated hills and valleys that now wait for you to conquer. Get ready to ride famous routes like Left Hand Canyon and the Peak to Peak scenic byway in the homeland of America's cycling heritage. With over 30,000 feet of climbing scheduled for the week you are sure to feel the benefit of each grinding climb every pedal stroke of your season. Just sign up and come ready to climb. Leave everything else to us. Triathlon Training Options Available: We now offer on every date a way for triathlon and endurance athletes to never miss a work out. Add swim and run options to the unbeatable Boulder riding on all dates. Download our itinerary for all the details.…

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Boulder, CO


7 days | 6 nights


Avid & Cross Country

Beyond Biking

Hiking, Ride Pro Race Course, Shopping


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This style of trip is unlike any other Trek Travel vacation.

Designed specifically to help cyclists prepare for their cycling or race season, Ride Camps are focused on getting in those early base miles to get you ready for your cycling season. A mix of guided and self-guided rides are developed with the independent rider in mind, our camps cover the basics and allow you to just enjoy the ride. Each day, there is a designated time to meet the Trek Travel staff member for a group ride. Choose to cycle the days featured ride with the group or if your cycling ability differs you may simply head off on your own self-supported ride. Each evening you'll stay in luxury accommodations and dine on meals that cater to the needs of cyclists.

Triathlon Training Options Available:

We now offer on every date a way for triathlon and endurance athletes to never miss a work out. Add swim and run options to the unbeatable Boulder riding on all dates. Download our itinerary for all the details.


Boulder, Colorado

Featured Ride: Self-Guided Boulder Hills

A scenic, unsupported ride through the Boulder foothills and a glimpse into the beauty of the Boulder canyons.


Boulder, Colorado

Featured Ride: Left Hand Canyon

The 17-mile climb up Left Hand Canyon to the town of Ward is a classic ride in Boulder. The average grade is approximately 4.5% where the last 2 miles the grade kicks up a notch with a short section of 12%. Just a little climb past Ward is the Peak-to-Peak Highway at an average elevation of 9,000ft above sea level.This is one of the most famous roads to ride along Colorado’s Front Range. The Peak to Peak’s undulating hills provides spectacular views of the 14ers to the west and the flatlands to the east. Check out the hippie town of Nederland before descending back into town via the sweeping turns of Boulder Canyon.


Boulder, Colorado

Featured Ride: Lee Hill

Today’s ride combines the best of what Colorado has to offer, starting with an 18 mile warm up. There is no other road that matches the beauty of South St. Vrain. Although South St. Vrain to Peak-to-Peak is a long 16-mile climb, the average grade is only 3%, which is a good thing, because the climbing continues for another 8 miles to the town of Ward along the Peak-to-Peak highway. Push your legs just a little more by going over Lee Hill, a short (1.5 mile), sweet and steep (7%) climb that descends into North Boulder.


Boulder, Colorado

Featured Ride: Morgul Bismarck & "The Wall"

Ride the on same road where Greg Lemond, Bernard Hinault and Moreno Argentin raced their hearts out.The Morgul-Bismark loop is actually named after the Coors Classic/Red Zinger race promoter’s cat and dog. The last descend of the day is a fast 16 miles back into the heart of Boulder.


Boulder, Colorado

Featured Ride: Carter Lake

Today’s 75-mile ride to Carter Lake offers a bit of recovery with only 2300ft of climbing. If the 7-mile climb is not enough of a challenge for you, don’t worry. Add 1,500 ft of climbing in 3.5 miles to head to Pinewood Lake before leisurely returning to Boulder.


Boulder, Colorado

Featured Ride: Estes Park

The longest ride of the week, 95 miles, is to Estes Park, the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. The views on this ride are like no other. Enjoy a break and take in the views in Estes Park because the town is located in a valley, which means there is a short climb out of the valley before descending back to the east. The hardest part of ride just might be the last 20 miles back to the hotel. Just picture a cold drink and a soak in the hot tub for the last pedal strokes.


Boulder, Colorado

Featured Ride: Flagstaff

Flagstaff: Classic must do climb for cyclists visiting Boulder! The climb starts right at the base of the beautiful Chautauqua Park.


Dates & Pricing


9th / 7 days / 6 nights
$1299 / Person, $550 / Single OCC.
16th / 7 days / 6 nights
$1299 / Person, $550 / Single OCC.
23rd / 7 days / 6 nights
$1299 / Person, $550 / Single OCC.
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Boulder Inn

Boulder, Co

Boulder’s hidden gem, the Boulder Inn is located directly across from the University of Colorado. Upon arrival, hotel guests are greeted by a well-cultured staff with a wealth of knowledge about Boulder. The Boulder Inn also boasts the largest outdoor hotel pool in town, heated to 85 degrees. The hotel also offers a complimentary hot breakfast.

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Our Guides

Besides our many options in travel styles, dates, prices and destinations, we also accommodate your vacation style each day of your trip. You decide how to spend your time whether it is with the group or exploring on your own, riding a little, a lot, or not at all.

Our Bikes

Our unrivaled selection of Trek Bikes sets the bar for quality and comfort. From the full-carbon, ultra smooth Trek Domane 5.9, to the comfortable Trek 7.6 FX Hybrid–both included in the trip cost, to our numerous upgrade options, you deserve the best ride on your vacation.

Your Day. You decide.

Our vacations are built to deliver the ultimate in flexibility, from extreme relaxers to hard-core roadies. You pick your mileage, itinerary and experiences. We take care of the rest.