Escape to one of the greatest surprises in the West and a cycling experience that simply cannot be duplicated anywhere else on the planet. This charitable cycling challenge explores the absolute best of Death Valley National Park, a renown cyclist’s paradise with little car traffic, pleasant springtime weather, and unparalleled desert vistas. In springtime, the average daytime high is 72-80 degrees – great cycling weather!
On Climate Ride Death Valley, you’ll spend four days cycling 250 miles of paved roads passing spectacular salt flats, desert oases, cathedrals of red rock, and views of towering mountains like Telescope Peak (11,000 feet). With comfortable daytime temperatures, roads that are practically empty to cars, and the fact that you’re riding below sea level, it’s the perfect spring training! Additional adventures include short hikes and soothing dips in hot springs. Professional guides will accompany us each day to share knowledge about the area’s unique ecosystem for you to bring home to your community.
Wildlife and wildflowers animate the space between salt spires and sand dunes in this epic park. When the desert sun drops below the jagged horizon, the dazzling night sky sparks wonderment with its display of stars. This is a once in a lifetime experience, and we want you to join us!
Daily cycling mileages to suit all types of cyclists. This is a fully supported ride which means you can focus on the pedaling and making connections with your new friends while we take care of everything from overnight details, meals, snacks, luggage transport, and much more to make your trip as enjoyable as possible. Learn more in the FAQ.