Are you heading to Sedona, Arizona for a mountain bike adventure? Sedona is home to amazing redrock riding and you really can’t go wrong with trail choice, but these 10 are the best of the best. Hangover, Hiline, Little Horse, High on the Hog/Hog Heaven, Mescal, Slim Shady, Llama, and Canyon of the Fools provide the all-around best that Sedona has to offer from epic views to technical rock gardens
Squamish is hands-down one of my favorite places I’ve ever ridden. Not only are the views that surround this little British Columbia fjord town absolutely stunning, but the riding is irrevocably world-class. I spent almost two weeks there exploring with my dad and we had a blast! Squamish mountain biking is perhaps most well-known for its steep rock rollers (and there are a lot of them), but there are also amazing flow trails, super well-built climbs, technical old-school singletrack through beautiful forests, and mellow dirt tracks for those just starting out
Hurricane (pronounced “Her-ah-kun” by the locals) is a slightly under-the-radar mountain bike mecca in southern Utah. I say ‘slightly’, because in the last 5 years or so it’s definitely been put on the mountain bike destination map but it’s still nowhere near the popularity of nearby redrock Moab. But while Moab IS pretty rad, Hurricane should also be on bucket (or bike-it?) list, it’s that good.