BIKE

TOURS

SHUTTLE:

10 AM: $60

1 PM: $48 ($60 - 20% off)

3 PM: $42 ($60 - 30% off)

We require at least 2 people to run a shuttle.

Minimum age: 8 (with experience)

INCLUDED:

Transportation to Vail Pass

Cruise Path Bike

Helmet, Map & Bike Repair Kit

WHAT TO BRING:

Dress for the varying weather - Vail Pass begins at 10,600 ft in elevation

Jacket/windbreaker and good riding shoes

Camera, water, snacks, and sunscreen

Vail Valley Scenic Bike Rides and the Vail Pass Shuttle

Hitch a ride up Vail pass and coast down into the scenic Vail Valley with our Vail Pass Shuttle. Enjoy 15.6 miles of mostly downhill gliding past epic vistas, beaver ponds and Gore Creek.

Frisco to Vail Ten Mile Bike Tour

Vail to Frisco Colorado Is a beautiful downhill glide into scenic Frisco Colorado. The ride is a paved path trail from the top of Vail Pass to Copper Mountain ski area and east through Tenmile Canyon for 6 miles to Frisco. This is a continuation of the path from the top of Vail Pass to Frisco. We can make a lunch reservation for you in Frisco or you can wing it at the many restaurant options on Main Street Frisco. Once you are done with lunch we will Drive you back to Vail or for those with some energy left we can drop you off at the top of Vail Pass for the ride west into Vail. Any way you do it this is a fun day of riding.

Glenwood Canyon Bike Path

The Glenwood Canyon Recreation Trail provides easy access to Glenwood Canyon and the Colorado River, making these natural wonders ideal for people of all ages and abilities to enjoy. Spanning the entire length of Glenwood Canyon and connecting all four rest areas, the Glenwood Canyon Recreation Trail & Bike Path provides endless opportunities to explore on bike or by foot. The Glenwood Canyon Recreation Trail is accessible from Glenwood Springs and a perfect place to view wildlife, fish the riverbanks, enjoy a family picnic, watch the Amtrak trains roll through the canyon and cycle for miles on end.Bike Valet rents bikes and provides drop-off services so riders only have to ride in one direction. The trip leaves daily at 9:30am. Thanks to an engineering sleight of hand, the interstate highway through Glenwood Canyon becomes an unobtrusive part of the landscape. While the engineering feats in Glenwood Canyon are nothing short of spectacular, so are the natural wonders. Colorado Department of Transportation designers made sure drivers, cyclists, hikers and boaters all had an opportunity to enjoy the surroundings.

Four rest areas, Bair Ranch, Hanging Lake, Grizzly Creek, and No Name, invite visitors to stop and explore different sections of the canyon. Each rest area features parking areas, restrooms, interpretive displays, picnic grounds, water fountains, trash receptacles and access to hiking trails.Your best value for Vail Pass Shuttles! Vail Bike Valet will have everything ready when you arrive for a wonderful cruise of the scenic Vail Valley.

WHAT TO BRING:

Dress for the varying weather - Vail Pass begins at 10,600 ft in elevation

Jacket/windbreaker and good riding shoes

Camera, water, snacks, and sunscreen