DoubleTree Grand Junction Biking Guide


Whether you’ve brought your bike with you or plan to rent one, Grand Junction offers some of the best mountain and road biking to be had. Our Grand Junction hotel is conveniently located near many bike trails in the area and offers a sublime night’s sleep after a rugged day of biking with our Sweet Dreams® by DoubleTree Sleep Experience. After a day of punishing rides along mountainous terrain, sleep soundly on a custom-designed plush-top mattress with jumbo down pillows, luxury linens and a down comforter.

In addition to offering you the best night’s sleep you’ve had in awhile, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Grand Junction also has great on-site dining at Bistro 743 as well as an outdoor pool and hot tub for a refreshing, relaxing evening. For more information about biking in Grand Junction, or to find out more about out full-service resort-like hotel, contact us at 970-241-8888.

Shorter Trails

Tabeguache Trail

Tabeguache Trail begins two miles southwest of Grand Junction and ends in Montrose, Colorado for a total of 142 miles one way. Meandering through canyons, mesas and the highlands, this trail offers bikers easy, difficult and very difficult sections. In wet conditions, all unpaved sections of the trail may become impassable, and riders are encouraged to avoid riding at these times to preserve the trails and avoid getting stuck.

Kokopelli’s Trail

Kokopelli’s Trail is a 142-mile multi-modal trail that begins in Loma, Colorado and ends in Moab, Utah. With varied terrain and difficulty, this trail offers intense biking as well as pleasant coasting throughout your journey. Offering breathtaking views of the lush Colorado River valley and desert landscapes, Kokopelli Trail has an abundance of natural beauty. Riding the entire trail takes about five to six days and requires support vehicles to bring riders drinking water at particular camping spots along the way, as there isn’t any water to be found along the trail.

Colorado National Monument

Bike Rim Rock Drive for outstanding views and a smooth ride at the Colorado National Monument. Cyclists must ride single file and use bike lights if they’re planning to go through the tunnel. Take in the red rock canyons, granite-gneiss-schist rock formations, pinion and juniper trees, desert bighorn sheep, coyotes and the feature attraction, Monument Canyon, which includes unique rock formations.

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