Biking at Red Mountain
World Class Mountain and Touring Biking
Southwest Utah was virtually created for world-class mountain and touring biking, with a variety of scenic trails with all levels of challenge. Red Mountain provides and maintains quality bikes for use on our trips as well as for rent.
Red Mountain offers the services of our Pre-Arrival Reservation Team to answer all your questions and to reserve your outdoor adventures at 800-407-3002. While you are at the resort, you can visit with our Adventure Concierge in the Guest Registration Lobby.
Basic Mountain Biking
$250 4 hours, available year round
The Bear Claw Poppy Trail is an off-road, single track mountain biking area suited to beginner and inntermediate level. Other more challenging rides are also available. Bring your own shoes and pedals if you wish.
Guided Road Biking
$55 per hour, includes up to 6 people.
Whether new to the sport or a road warrior, we can design the ride that works for you. You provide the sense of adventure. We'll provide the road bikes, experienced guides and miles (and miles) of paved trails and bike lanes.
Zion Bike & Hike
$195 per person, Full day, available seasonally
This adventure starts with an ascent up the Pa'rus trail before connecting onto the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive. We’ll stop at historic sites, stretching our legs with a few short hikes. Available all months except July and August.
$55 per hour per person
Our experienced guides can provide a custom adventure designed for your experience level and interests. Choose a location near the resort, or a trip to nearby national parks.
Prices subject to change without notice.
Assumption of Inherent Risk in Outdoor Activities
Guests participating in Outdoor Recreation activities must recognize they include risks integral to those activities. Although it is possible to minimize these risks, they cannot be eliminated without destroying the unique nature of the activity. Guests must agree to comply with all safety rules and instruction of Red Mountain Resort, any of its agents, employees and representatives. Guests must recognize that our activities occur in the wilderness in environments that include canyons, mountain and desert terrain, remote from medical facilities, roads and communication sites. Some of the inherent risks guests may be exposed to include but are not limited to: judgments by self, others or Red Mountain Resort; not following instructions; rough and steep terrain, falling or stumbling, trails with or without maintenance, off-trail travel, fences and barbed wire, loose rock, sand, sharp branches, cactus, vegetation, boulders, exposed ledges and paths, standing or running water, high temperatures, flash floods, rain, snow, lightning, extreme weather changes, winds, wild animals, venomous reptiles, insects, terrain lacking water resources and rock fall. These and other risks and hazards can result in injury, damage, permanent disability, death or loss. By voluntarily signing up to participate in any organized outdoor recreation activity at Red Mountain Resort, guests acknowledge the presence of these and similar risks.