Sacred Rides Mountain Bike Adventures

Name Sacred Rides Mountain Bike Adventures (sacred rides)
Type Guides & Tours
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Phone 888-423-7849
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Avg: 4 (4 votes)
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Ranked “#1 mountain bike tour operator on Earth” by National Geographic Adventure magazine, Sacred Rides offers small-group singletrack mountain bike adventures and skills camps in 15 incredible destinations worldwide, with a focus on responsible tourism that makes direct, meaningful contributions to local communities. Ride Nepal, New Zealand, British Columbia, Peru and more!

Nearby Riding Areas

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Ridgemont / Fernie Ridge 6 34 12 6
Castle Mountain 3 20 7
Mount Fernie Provincial Park 26 21 18 1

4 Reviews for Sacred Rides Mountain...

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 Did the Rockies Mtb /Yoga trip this summer, very good organisation, amazing guides and a lot a of superb singletrack.
Food and lodging were good too. Planning my Peru trip in june with them www.sacredrides.com/singletrackrides/peru/incatrail. Can't wait :-)
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 My partner and I went on their Rocky Mountain Singletrack trip in 2012. Fantastic guides, food, and riding! I had dietary restrictions and they were very accommodating. The guides did a skills assessment at the beginning of the trip and did a great job at bringing us to great trails that were fun and with the right amount of physical/technical challenge. We are already planning for our next trip! (Peru Freeride). www.sacredrides.com/singletrackrides/peru/incaadventure
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 Just got done on the nepal trip. Most definitely trip of a lifetime. Nepal was a fascinating country and culture. the riding was lots of fun. Went in November weather was perfect every day. Guides are fun and knowledgeable. Great food and great experience, do it!
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 TL/DR: Paid for riding in Colorado + Utah, didn’t get to ride in Colorado at all and wasn’t even notified about the trip change from the operator.

I had signed up for the “Best of Moab and Fruita” trip that was to take place in September/2015 in Moab and Fruita. Between the time I signed up for the trip (July/2015) until the second day of the trip (60+days) after we had stayed over-night at a hotel in Grand Junction , Colorado the lead guide of the trip nonchalantly dropped into the conversation that there would be no actual riding in Colorado. When I signed up for the trip in July the itinerary on the website clearly stated that the 1st day of riding would take place on the “Steve’s Loop” and “Moore Fun” trail in the Kokopelli area of Fruita, Colorado. One of the main reasons I signed up for this trip is because I could check-off mountain biking in Colorado and Utah from my bucket list. I should also mention that the change in itinerary has nothing to do with weather conditions (which would have been totally understandable).
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