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Single Day

1 Day - Northwest Mountains Tour -
Northwest Mountain Tour - 130+ Miles About 6 Hours

1 Day - Hoover Dam Discovery Tour
Hoover Dam Discovery Tour - 100 Miles About 6 Hours

1 Day - Premiere Valley Tour -MOST POPULAR SINGLE
Premiere Valley Tour - 180+ Miles About 7 Hours

1 Day - Southwest Mining Tour
Southwest Mining Tour - 296+ Miles About 9 / 10 Hours


3 Days / 2 Nights
Light of Bryce Tour - 650+ Miles

3 Days / 2 Nights
High Desert Plains Tour - 800+ Miles

3 Days / 2 Nights - BEST 3 DAY RIDE!
Empire Canyons Tour - 750+ Miles

2 Days / 1 Night
Zion's Hidden Treasure - 500+ Miles

3 Days / 2 Nights
Zion's Hidden Treasure - 650+ Miles

3 Days / 2 Nights
Southern Utah's Wilderness Journey - 800+ Miles - (Seasonal)

Areas of Interest: Custom Group Tours
Bryce Canyon, Cedar Canyon, Capital Reef, Dixie National Forest, Grand Canyon North Rim, South Rim, Cedar Breaks, Eagle Valley, Zion National Park, West Zion Park, Historical Route 66, Sedona, Mining Town, Red Rock Canyon, Toiyabe National Forest, Valley of Fire, Hoover Dam, Oatman, California Cost, Redwoods, Sierras, Death Valley.

  • 2013 - Riding Season is over. However, there are detailed maps, free,  in the forum of every single one of these tours. Enjoy!
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Southwest Mining Tour: Roads / Details 
About the Southwest Mining Tour :allalone:

The Southwest Mining Tour takes the rider deep into the Mojave Desert Wilderness Area, crossing Laughlin, Historical Route 66 and back. This enjoyable trip revolves around geological locations from Las Vegas to Arizona.

Much of the tour is spent riding to destinations across long straight uninhabited areas of the Mojave Desert, yes, once again these are in isolated areas of desert wilderness.

This is a seasonal weather sensitive tour and A LOT of fun. If the weather forecast is over 100 degrees, we would suggest looking at cooler areas like the Northwest Mountains Cruise. It gets so hot in this southwest mining town, they have this annual event:

  • An egg fry at high noon on July 4th. One of the Ghost Rider Gunfighters shoots off a round and the fryers have 15 minutes to make the most edible fried egg. - RIGHT ON THE SIDEWALK! In tin-foil or a pan of course.

This is also a fairly long trip. Take time for some photos or even have lunch and shop. Once leaving the small mining town, it will take much longer to get back than it did to get there due to the route back, which is a bunch of fun on Historic Route 66 and around through Sugarloaf Mountain.

Catch the Wild West Shootout, depending on the time! The Ghost Riders, Oatman's oldest Gunfighter organization takes to the streets at 1:30 & 3:30 pm daily. These Ghost Rider desperado's have been entertaining crowds young and old for over 20 years. 

Since riders be crossing an environment with very little provisions, it's important to carry some things like water and snacks, and definitely a full tank of petrol. So, if you cruise the strip the night before, please FILL-IT-UP prior your departure.

Don't forget your camera!

Approximately 9 to 10 hours and 296 Miles.

Look at this squinty eyed poor fool... ;)


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Historic Route 66


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Southwest Mining Tour: Roads / Details


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