Las Vegas National Park Motorcycle Tour

Starting at $1,220
Self-Drive Tour 8 Days / 7 Nights
Tour Map
  • 891.0 mi = 1425.6 km
  • Summer, Spring, Fall
  • 100.0 - 40.0°F = 37.8 - 4.4°C

EagleRider’s Las Vegas National Park Motorcycle Tour begins in exciting Las Vegas, Nevada and takes you on an eight day journey through some of America’s famous National Parks and Attractions. You will visit the man-made Hoover Dam, cruise the world famous Route 66 highway, ride through the beautiful Red Rocks in Sedona, Arizona and then make your way to the breath taking Grand Canyon. The Zion National Park is next on the list before heading back to Las Vegas for some much needed relaxation. Book your Las Vegas National Park Self-Drive Tour today!

Las Vegas National Park Motorcycle Tour - Tour Itinerary

You arrive in Las Vegas and transfer to your hotel. Enjoy the city steeped in excess - a playground for adults, a place where you can feel the same freedom you experience on your bike. Overnight.
This morning you pick up your bike and head southeast to check out the Hoover Dam – one of the world’s greatest man-made structures, and one of the tallest dams ever built (760 ft high). Designed to block the Colorado River and provide low-cost electricity for the cities of the southwest – you should take some time to look at the site. From here you continue on US 93 to Kingman. Enjoy a scenic ride through Lake Mead National Recreation area and the Cerbat Mountains. Kingman is considered the “Heart of Historic Route 66”. Take a cruise down memory lane and don’t forget to stop at the Historic Route 66 Museum. You overnight in Kingman.
Today you follow old Route 66 – from Kingman it’s on to Peach Springs, the trading center and headquarters for the Hualapai Indian Reservation, which covers nearly a million acres between the town and the Colorado River. As you continue your ride down legendary Route 66 you will come to Seligman, another quaint little town. At Ash Fork you catch SR 89 and enjoy a scenic ride through Prescott National Forest. Some 24 miles before you get to Sedona you arrive in Jerome, an old mining town, and perhaps the most popular stop for motorcycle riders. Sedona is a divine place! The physical beauty here combines the mountains of Vermont, the rocks of California, and the clay of Georgia back roads. Sedona is the starting point for hikes and scenic rides through the Red Rock area. Overnight.
From Sedona you head north on SR 89A, which slides into Oak Creek Canyon – probably the most intimate spot on the southern edge of the Great Colorado plateau. About 16 miles long and rarely more than 1 mile wide, the canyon is known for its spectacular colored white, yellow and red cliffs dotted with pine, cypress and juniper. At Mountainaire you pick up I-17 North through Flagstaff to SR 180, then enter SR 64, your road to the fantastic Grand Canyon, which is far larger than anything you can imagine. Overnight.
After a morning at the Grand Canyon – time for some spiritual moments - you continue on SR 64 East and enjoy cruising along the South Rim for a few miles. Follow SR 64 up to Cameron, which is an old trading post. At Cameron you enter SR 89, which will take you all the way to Page. You are in Navajo Country here – legend has it that this barren land was a bewitched place, where the trees died of fear. You overnight in Page.
From Page you stay on SR 89, head west and cruise through the Vermillion Cliffs and about 8 miles out of Page you will enter Utah. The scenery dissipates and the long straight roads change little until you get to the section of Grande Escalante – arches striped red, brown and white dot the landscape here. At Mount Carmel Junction you take Hwy 9 all the way to Zion National Park. Compared to Yosemite and the Grand Canyon, Zion exudes a stronger sense of nature. Here, you and your bike make immediate contact with the environment. Check out the seven-mile Zion Park scenic drive – a great ride! From Zion you continue a few more miles to St. George, where you overnight.
Today it’s off to Las Vegas, the “Entertainment capitol of the world”. You take I-15, which will take you all the way back into Las Vegas. En route you might want to stop at the historic town of Mesquite, situated at the state line of Arizona and Nevada. You will arrive into Las Vegas – the city steeped in excess – from the north. Upon arrival it will be time to return your bike at EagleRider’s Las Vegas office and transfer back to your hotel. Overnight.
Today your exciting trip will come to an end with your departure flight back home.
9 User Reviews (VIEW ALL) ADD REVIEW
Lutz-Peter Schild October 11, 2018 04:17 am

Prima Service in Las Vegas, gute Bikes und eine tolle Routenführung. In der Regel cruisen auf Straßen mit wenig Verkehr. Die Hotels sind ok, Frühstück manchmal etwas einfach aber man ist ja nur für eine Nacht da.
Unbedingt empfehlenswert.

Shawn Meredith October 10, 2017 05:52 am
Las Vegas National Park self guided tour

What a Fantastic adventure! We pick up our bike on Oct 2 and hit the open road for 6 fantastic days. The route that was suggested left us with minimal time on the interstates and pointed out so many points of interest that we may have missed if we were traveling unguided. The hotel accommodations were superior and the check in process was smooth and easy at every stop. With the accommodations being prepaid and reserved there were no worries if there would be a room available leaving us with more time to enjoy our journey. The unique landscape of the desert southwest is something that my husband and I have never before experienced being from the east coast. There was so much to see and do, we found ourselves standing in awe of the amazing beauty this country of ours has to offer! Already planning our next adventure wit Eaglerider