Ride Camp

Moab Ride Camp



Moab Ride Camp

From the Slickrock Trail that put Moab on the mountain biking map to Porcupine Rim, Amasa Back, Pipe Dream and others, let us take care of the details while you ride all the trails you've been dreaming about.…

A small town in the middle of a vast sea of red rock and canyon lands, Moab, Utah sits on the Colorado River at the foot of the snow-capped La Sal Mountains. Whether Moab is your favorite place or a friend you haven't met yet, let us take you on a desert single track adventure that will rock your mountain biking world. This camp is packed with the sweetest rides in the area, both classic and new. From the Slickrock Trail that put Moab on the mountain biking map to Porcupine Rim, Amasa Back, Pipe Dream and others, let us take care of the details while you ride all the trails you've been dreaming about.…

2014 Dates

Oct / Nov /
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Start | End

Moab, Utah


5 days | 4 nights


Avid & Cross Country

Beyond Biking

Hiking, Shopping


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Go Private!


Moab, Utah

Featured Ride: Moab Brand Trails

This network of trails provides fun loops, with varying levels of difficulty, from mellow to expert. Choose your own adventure while enjoying stellar views of the snow-capped La Sal Mountains as your dramatic backdrop.


Moab, Utah

Featured Ride: Magnificent 7 Trail System

Earn your descent with a long climb on Gemini Bridges Road before riding the first 3 segments of the Magnificent 7 Trail System: Bull Run, Arth's Corner, and the Great Escape. Stop for lunch at the namesake parallel bridges that span Bull Canyon.


Moab, Utah

Featured Ride: Morning and Afternoon Rides from Town

The recently built Pipe Dream singletrack flows along the base of the Moab Rim, accessible right from downtown Moab for a physically challenging ride. In the afternoon check out Amasa Back and the Pothole Arch Trail for some classic ledgy jeep road climbing ending with a great view of the Colorado River below.


Moab, Utah

Featured Ride: Lower Porcupine Singletrack (LPS) and Porcupine Rim (subject to snow line)

In a word: Awesome. This legendary, mostly downhill trail is a favorite of most, offering jaw-dropping panoramas and challenging technical terrain on rugged jeep road and desert singletrack. Did we mention 4500 feet of descending from high above Castle Valley to the Colorado River?


Moab, Utah

Featured Ride: Slickrock Trail

You can't leave Moab without checking out this classic trail. From the hotel, ride the Practice Loop or the entire Slickrock Bike Trail for an anaerobic and technical challenge on the trail that made Moab famous. With the exception of the occasional sandy wash, the entire trail flows over Navajo Sandstone, an incredibly high-traction stone that allows you to climb and descend angles steeper than you thought possible.

WSD Camp

October 22, 2014

Featured Pro: Heather Irmiger

Trek Pro cyclist Heather Irmiger on Trek Travel Moab Ride Camp bike tour.Moab and mountain biking: it’s not just for guys! Join us on our 5 day women’s only mountain bike camp featuring Pro Trek Enduro Mountain Biker, Heather Irmiger. You’ll experience 5 blissful days of skills, techniques, and personal instruction of riding the red dirt of Moab. Progressing through the week with techniques and tips from Heather, you’ll come out with a new confidence to tackle the toughest trails back home. So, what are you waiting for? Come join us in the enchanting Southwest. View Heather's bio.


Dates & Pricing


15th / 5 days / 4 nights
$1299 / Person, $400 / Single OCC.
22nd / 5 days / 4 nights
$1299 / Person, $400 / Single OCC. / Women only camp, with special guest, Pro Heather Irmiger!
29th / 5 days / 4 nights
$1299 / Person, $400 / Single OCC.
5th / 5 days / 4 nights
$1299 / Person, $400 / Single OCC.
12th / 5 days / 4 nights
$1299 / Person, $400 / Single OCC.
19th / 5 days / 4 nights
$1299 / Person, $400 / Single OCC.


The Gonzo Inn

Moab, UT

Located one block from Main Street in downtown Moab, the Gonzo Inn is a comfortable and trendy retreat and the perfect home base at the center of all of the trip rides and natural attractions.

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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.