Wild West Adventure - The original wild west !
Wild West Adventure
Distance: 2567mi = 4131km Operating Times: Spring, Summer, Fall
Hope you're ready for an experience of a lifetime taking us across 4 states from the tropical coast to the wild wild west. Ride down some of the last remaining stretches of Historic Route 66. With Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Bryce Canyon. Make a pit stop in Las Vegas for 2 nights and continue through Death Valley bringing you to Yosemite National Park. Come back down the mountains and spend 2 nights in San Francisco. To finish off travel down the Pacific coast to Los Angles where this epic road trip began and nothing better than doing it on a Harley.
Day 1 – Los Angeles to Palm Springs. 172 miles
Today we begin our journey by heading for the hills. Where we will be travelling along the winding roads of the High Mountains while covered in snow in winter, summer makes for some fantastic riding. By the end of the day we will pull up in the town of Palm Springs.
Day 2 – Palm Springs to Laughlin. 217 miles
Today we leave from Palm Springs which is our gateway to the great American South West. From palm trees to desert.
Day 3 – Laughlin to Grand Canyon Village. 223 miles
With route 66 in our sights we head for Grand Canyon national park. Along this route we will cross over a couple of sections of the original route 66 through Oatman and Seligman.
Day 4 – Grand Canyon Village to Monument Valley. 190 miles
Get up early and catch an amazing sunrise over Grand Canyon national park or enjoy what the village has to offer. Next stop is monument valley, from one breath taking view to the next there will be plenty of photo opportunities along the way.
Day 5 – Kayenta to Bryce Canyon. 334 miles
This is canyon country and the next stop is Bryce canyon this is one of the lesser known canyons with plenty to offer but don’t forget the fantastic roads along the way with some of the best backdrops to accompany our riding.
Day 6 – Bryce Canyon to Las Vegas. 250 miles
Zion national park may not mean much to you. But once you ride through here you will never forget its rugged western landscapes winding through the hills as we make our way to Las Vegas strip.
Day 7 – Day in Las Vegas.
Vegas Baby! A day for resting before our next half of the tour. Plenty to do here jump on a helicopter and see the city and see the Grand Canyon from a bird’s eye view. Talk to your tour guides and we can help accommodate to whatever your needs may be. Las Vegas is also our home !
Day 8 – Las Vegas to Mammoth Lakes. 332 miles
Time to dust off those hangovers and get some fresh highway air and head for greener pastures of mammoth lakes. But not before we cross through infamous Death Valley. Today is a long ride but worth every mile of it.
Day 9 – Mammoth Lakes to Yosemite National Park finish at El Portal. 180 miles
It may be a short day compared to day 8 but a full day of winding roads through Yosemite National park. We will be making plenty of stops for photos along the way hardest part is wanting to stop at every turn to take in the scenery.
Day 10 – El Portal to San Francisco. 192 miles
From the mountains to the Golden Gate bridge. Starting our day in the wilderness we wind our way back to the city after a couple of days surrounded by the Lakes mountains and forests. San Francisco which is full of history and hipsters. There is something for everyone here.
Day 11 – Sightseeing around San Francisco.
Today brings us to another rest day, because you cant possibly see enough of San Francisco in one afternoon. Join us for a ride around the city and checkout the sights or let us help you discover somewhere you would like to go.
Day 12 – San Francisco to Monterey. 119 miles
Highway 1, famous for following the coast line along California. With some of the most beautiful coast roads in the world, Highway 1 is there to impress.
Day 13 – Monterey to Pismo Beach. 180 miles
Monterey to Pismo Beach gives us a very chilled Californian ride down highway 1 to a quiet town of Pismo Beach via rugged country side, along cliffs by the sea.
Day 14 – Pismo Beach to Santa Monica Beach. 178 miles
Today is our final day of riding bringing us back to the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles. We will keep along the coast road to Santa Monica Beach where it all began 14 days earlier. Tonight we can celebrate new friends and new experiences over dinner as we think about where we could ride next.