Snow Canyon/Kayenta Location
Please call 435-313-3996 to reserve.

Half Day = 4 Hours

Full Day = 8 Hours

24 Hours and longer rentals available

Bigger discounts the longer you rent

Choose Your Bike

Book Your Snow Canyon Bike Rental

Overnight and Multi-day rentals available / Bigger discounts the longer you rent!
Half day = 4 Hours and Full Day = 8 Hours

Zion Bike Rental Rip Current

$69 1/2 day - $89 full day

Juiced Rip Current

The crowd pleaser. With a range of 65 miles on a single charge, front suspension, along with torque-sensing pedal assist and super cushy fat tires, this bike rides very well on the road, and are a ton of fun on dirt-packed trails. Riders like these bikes for their awesome power. 

Accommodates riders between 5′ – 6’4” 

Kona eCoco

Lightweight, smooth, classy. So light you can turn off the battery and it rides like a regular bike! With 9 gears, it’s perfect for cruising paved trails, and with 3 different levels of pedal assist, the help is there when you want to relax a bit and take in the views. A very unique and special bike.

If you want the feel of a manual bike with the power of an e-assist, you’ll love this bike.

$69 1/2 day - $89 full day

$89 1/2 day - $115 full day

Kona Remote 130

All around, all-mountain. When you’re ready to tackle anything and everything, with a light, full suspension, top tier bike with 29” wheels, this is what you want. Capable on singletrack, technical, all-mountain riding, bike paths and around down, this is a do-it-all machine that will put a grin on your face.

Size Medium fits riders 5’4″ – 5’10” (162cm – 178cm).
Size Large fits riders 5’9″ – 6’2″ (175cm – 188cm).
In between sizes? Size up for stability. Size down for maneuverability.

Yuba Supermarché

Take everyone. This Dutch-style cargo bike is the ultimate getaway vehicle. Bring pets, family, groceries or a Costco load. You’ll experience riding in a whole new way.

This bike can look intimidating, but the low center of gravity, Bosch motor and long wheel base make this a super stable bike to ride.

$69 1/2 day - $89 full day

$69 1/2 day - $89 full day

Yuba Spicy Curry

Get the family out. With rear seats, foot boards and monkey bars to hold onto, you can easily have two kids safely ride in the back (or a pet/equipment carrier that fits within the bars).

Front basket is large enough for food, drinks, and personal items.

Here are some places you can access via bike right from our location in Snow Canyon/Kayenta

Anasazi Trails

Check out this 1.1-mile out-and-back trail near Washington, Utah. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 26 min to complete. This is a popular trail for hiking, trail running, and walking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash.

Snow Canyon State Park

Snow Canyon State Park is a 7,400-acre scenic park quietly tucked amid lava flows and soaring sandstone cliffs in a strikingly colorful and fragile desert environment. Majestic views and the subtle interplay of light, shadow, and color dancing across canyon walls evoke strong emotional responses from visitors.

Located in the 62,000 acre Red Cliffs Desert Reserve, established to protect the federally listed desert tortoise and its habitat, the park offers opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. Activities include hiking, nature studies, wildlife viewing, photography, camping, ranger talks, and junior ranger programs. There are more than 38 miles of hiking trails, a three-mile paved walking/biking trail, and over 15 miles of equestrian trails.

Barrel Rolls Trail

Discover this 5.4-mile loop trail near Santa Clara, Utah. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 2 h 6 min to complete. This is a popular trail for hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. Dogs are welcome and may be off-leash in some areas.

Pickleball Trail

Pickleball Trail is a series of trails that lead to pickleball courts in the Kayenta area.  Originally the trail was heavily marked with different colored flags which indicated a different length that formed different loops. Enjoy this 3.5-mile loop trail near Ivins, Utah. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 1 h 12 min to complete. This trail is great for hiking and mountain biking.

Stucki Springs Trail

The Stucki Springs Trail lies within the Bearclaw Poppy preserve southwest of St. George. The trail itself is about 10 miles long. While it lies in barren desert, it’s a popular and well-traveled trail. The trail is intermediate technical but suitable for experienced conditioned beginners 

Bearclaw Poppy Trail

Experience this 12.2-mile loop trail near St. George, Utah. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 4 h 31 min to complete. This is a popular trail for birding, hiking, and mountain biking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. The best times to visit this trail are April through September.

Kayenta Center For The Arts/ Kayenta Art Village

Help keep our theater alive and our events thriving. Members are at the heart of our art and we thank you for your donations in support of the Center For the Arts at Kayenta! 

The Kayenta Art Village is a growing enclave of art galleries, studios, theatre, art festival, restaurant, gift and coffee shop. Its array of arts-oriented enterprises offers fine art, gifts, photography, events, pottery, classes, yoga, gourmet food and coffee. An arts center, a retail center, or just a place to relax and explore, the Kayenta Art Village is open to the public and everyone is welcome.

Fire Lake Park

Ivins Reservoir was completed in 1918. It is an off stream reservoir with a holding capacity of 500 acre feet of water used for irrigation and recreation. It was modified in 1943 and again in 1986. In 1994, work was performed on the reservoir to bring it into compliance with the State of Utah’s safety standards.

Xevata Garden Cafe

Xetava (Zay–Tah–Vah) is a combination of the xeriscape (desert landscaping) and the lava fields that surround the area. The original building, built by Daniel Pettegrew in 1999, was a gift shop with a coffee bar, consisting of the upstairs and the lower area with the flagstone floor. All the carved doors, cabinets, corbels in the area, as well as the Mother Earth rock (which is actually 11 rocks brought in from the base of the Red Mountain) and the kiva design, are all part of Daniel’s original design and creation, as he did much of that work himself.