Two national parks. Five glorious days. Countless ways to enjoy the outdoors. This trip will have you biking, hiking and camping in one of North America's most stunning regions—and sharing the fun with a fantastic bunch of travelers. Come join the friendliest group of adventurers around, and get set for good times!
1-2 Witness the otherworldly rock formations of Bryce Canyon, once described by settler Ebenezer Bryce as "a hell of a place to lose a cow" | Among these brilliant red spires, you'll feel as if you're hiking through a petrified forest—or on another planet | Bike to Rainbow Point for views of the many layered Grand Staircase | Margaritas anyone? Get to know your comrades over drinks and a fabulous alfresco meal.
3-5 Biking out of Bryce, point your wheels downhill through peaceful Red Canyon | Take your pick of inspiring hikes in Zion National Park | Don't mind getting wet? Hike the Narrows, one of Backpacker magazine's "Best Hikes Ever," a trek through the inner gorge of the Virgin River amid hanging gardens and sheer cliffs | Stroll to Emerald Pools or opt for the dizzying climb to Angels Landing | Pedal through quiet car-free Zion Canyon amid towering walls of Navajo sandstone.