"Valley of Fire" Tour!!!
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Day One 

Your tour officially begins as you are met at the Las Vegas Airport and driven to the hotel where your motorcycle will be waiting for you. Riders will be arriving throughout the day, so spend your time relaxing by the pool, trying your luck at the gaming tables in the casinos or stroll along the famous Las Vegas strip.  Our hotel is located off the strip so you can enjoy the hustle and bustle of Vegas without getting caught up in the commotion.

Day Two

Las Vegas, Nevada to Kanab, Utah

270 miles

Highlights: Lake Mead Recreational Park, Valley of Fire, Zion National Park.

Our journey begins as we ride through Lake Mead Recreational Park.  Lake Mead is the largest man-made body of water in the US.  It includes 550 miles of shoreline.

From there, we travel to the Mohave Desert and arrive at our first stop, Valley of Fire State Park.  Valley Of Fire State Park is Nevada’s oldest park, dedicated in 1935.  It features 36,800 acres of bold cliffs with vivid colors of red and white sandstone. This park is one of the most colorful locations on the southwest.

We will be riding through some quaint towns on our way through Zion National Park. One such town, hurricane is known for its canal constructed completely by volunteers from 1893 to 1906.

As we ride on through Zion National Park, you will be swept away by the breathtaking views. We will drive thru a one-mile tunnel in Mount Carmel that was completed in the 1930’s. The landscape in the tunnel changes from massive cliffs to slick rocks, colored in various shades of orange and red that have eroded over the years into many interesting shapes.

Last stop, Kanab UT., just North of the Arizona border. In the 40’s and 50’s, Kanab was known as ‘Little Hollywood’ as it was the center of over 100 Westerns and other films.

Day 3

Kanab to Tusayan, Arizona

360 miles

Highlights: Grand Canyon North Rim, Lees Ferry – Colorado River, Grand Canyon - South Rim


Day 3 is the longest riding day. We will be traveling from the North Rim of the Canyon to the South Rim. While it’s only 10 miles as the crow flies, its 215 miles for us bikers.

We start with an 83 mile trip from Kanab to the North Rim of the Canyon and the Canyon Lodge. This is our first stop in the day. Relax, have a snack, and hike the trails to truly experience the natural beauty of the Canyon. The North Rim has views that are 1,200 feet higher than the South Rim, so get out those cameras!

Lee's Ferry is our next stop to stretch your legs. It’s the best place to get your feet wet in the Colorado River.

From Lee's Ferry we ride through Echo Cliffs and the Painted Desert; taking a short break at the Gap. During our trip we will stop at some of the most beautiful scenic overlooks at the South Rim. We then continue onto Tusayan, Arizona where we will spend the night.

Day 4

Tusayan, Arizona

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Highlights: South Rim, Grand Canyon

We will be staying an extra day in Tusayan to explore the South Rim.

Day 5

Tusayan, Arizona to Williams, Arizona

290 miles

Highlights: Flagstaff, Sedona, Jerome

We will be riding from Tusayan through Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona and on through the Coconino National Forest. The road we will be riding on is Arizona’s first officially-designated Scenic Highway. It is quite a change going from the straight Arizona desert roads to the beautiful winding roads of the forest.

Jerome will be our lunch stop. Jerome is located between Flagstaff and Prescott. With a population of 450, Jerome is renowned as being the largest ghost town in America.

After lunch, we will be riding thru the Chino valley and Prescott National Forest. Our destination on day 4 is Williams. Williams was designated a National Historic District in 1984 and is home to the scenic Grand Canyon Railroad.

Day 6

Williams, Arizona to Laughlin, Nevada

200 miles

Highlights: Old Route 66, Seligman, Oatman

Today we travel the famous Old Route 66 Main Streets of America on our way to Nevada. We will stop in Seligman where you can browse the gift shops, then enjoy lunch in historic Oatman. Oatman was home to the richest goldmines in the state. The town’s population peaked at 10,000 during the mining years. After the miners left, the burros used to carry the ore were set free-but never left. A plaque in the town reads, in part… If it were not for these burros, in all probability neither you nor this plaque would be standing here today.

In Laughlin, your options for entertainment include, dancing, strolling along the Colorado River, or gambling. Welcome back to Nevada!

Day 7

Laughlin, Nevada to Las Vegas

150 miles

Highlights: Hoover Dam

The final run of our journey is an easy ride back to Las Vegas.  We will take a tour of the famous dam which includes an elevator ride 560 ft. down to see the giant generators with a scenic overlook.

Day 8

Las Vegas

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Highlights: Relaxation

Today is a "free" day.  Wander around Vegas and gamble, sleep in, or ride to Red Rock Canyon.

Day 9

Las Vegas

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Highlights: Relaxation

Prepare for your flight home. It is imperative that all motorcycles are brought to the trailer so they can be loaded and secured on the trailer before you leave for your flight home.  Your motorcycle will be transported back to where we originally picked it up in approximately 5 days. Hope everyone had a great time.  We hope to see you all back for another adventure with Remington Tours!


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