Mountain Biking in Lehi


Our deal searchers couldn't find any Mountain Biking deals at the moment.
They feel bad, so they found you these other deals to make up for it.

Select Local Merchants

  • The Tree Room @ Sundance Resort
    A wooden haven nestled against the backdrop of Mount Timpanogos, The Spa at Sundance is so devoted to a seamless relationship between its services and the natural world, it can be hard to tell where its walls end and the plants outside begin. Vanity Fair sums up the universal appeal of the resort's hideaway: "There’s a mystical, magical quality that comes with being pampered high in the mountains in the middle of the dark woods." Many of the treatments here rely on raw ingredients. Scrubs are made from pure honey and ground cornmeal, and an herbal poultice massage eases tense spots with muslin bags full of lavender, chamomile, and calendula. Perhaps the most signature experience is the Sage and Sweet Grass Ritual, during which clients are wrapped with Great Salt Lake mud. As they relax, the smoke from burning sage and sweet grass sweeps over their body in a ritual process called smudging. The smudging is one example of the spa's fondness for borrowing from Native American culture. As a whole, it aspires to the notion of "Hocoka," a Sioux word that denotes a hallowed place for healing. Even the spa's essential oil scents are based on the earth's Four Directions, which were said to interact with the four seasons and the human life cycle.
    Read More
    8841 N Alpine Loop Rd.
    Sundance, UT US
  • YMCA Camp Roger
    For more than 60 years, the staff at YMCA Camp Roger has been developing programs that get kids and teens off the couch and in the great outdoors. In doing so, its aim is to help the kids develop social skills that can foster confidence, independence, and leadership. In addition to traditional sleepover camps—where 6–10 kids stay in cabins at night and practice mountain biking, archery, hiking, and arts and crafts during the day—the camp offers focused programs such as creative arts or horseback riding. And if the clan needs a break from the housecat’s despotic demands, it can attend a family camp over Labor Day weekend.
    Read More
    Soapstone Basin Rd
    Kamas, UT US
  • Wasatch Bike Tours
    In the shadow of snow-capped mountains, a bicycle winds through dirt trails and beneath the lush foliage of forest canopies. Wasatch Bike Tours' owner, Chris Schmidt, calls these steep peaks and the troll-run hotels of the Rocky Mountains his home, and his business aims to help others discover the region's varied landscapes. An active member of several mountain-biking organizations, Schmidt brings more than 16 years of competitive experience to his tours. On half- and full-day adventures, riders wind through preapproved trails and uncharted off-road terrain. In addition to burning calories, the journeys pass through parklands and canyons.
    Read More
    P.O. Box 4241
    Park City, UT US
  • Studio HV
    The fitness specialists at Studio HV whip their clients into shape using simple exercises that align with natural, functional movements. Classes are designed for all levels of fitness, from beginners to the most active of athletes. Using their full body, members practice natural movement to complete and efficient and effective workouts. A steady change-up of class offerings? from Mat Pilates to Insane Legs?keeps muscles guessing.
    Read More
    10382 South Jordan Gateway
    South Jordan, UT US
  • Utah High Adventure
    When Utah High Adventure's staff members head into work, they don't sip coffee during meetings or ride the elevator up to an office on the ninth floor. Instead, they crash through raging whitewater rapids and rappel down the sides of canyons against a backdrop of sun-soaked red rocks. Years of training and education have earned them the certification and expertise to lead other thrill-seekers on rock climbs, which is more satisfying than scaling the granite backsplash of a neighbor's fancy kitchen. They also guide mountain-bike rides across Utah's rippling alpine trails. During the spring, summer, and fall months, the company hosts weeklong tours into the wild, which include lodging and equipment.
    Read More
    9649 S Colemere St
    Sandy, UT US
  • High Country Adventure
    Though it began as a snowmobiling tour group in the early 1980s, the family owners of High Country Rafting quickly expanded their territory to the water, the trails, and the forest canopy. Conducting most of their trips on a 6-mile stretch of the lower Provo River and a 12-mile canyon-clad expanse of the Weber River, High Country's guides encourage locals and visitors alike to explore the area's rugged terrain and take in the natural treasures made possible by its ecosystem. The company frequently puts this love of the environment into practice, urging catch-and-release during fishing excursions and often lending their gear to others for trips down the river to collect drifting garbage. The group's more than 20 guides lead rafting trips down the Provo River's class I and II rapids or the Weber River's class II and III rapids, pointing out local flora and fauna as well as unique rock formations along the way. Combination trips set out on a mountain train ride before rafting commences or add ziplining to a day of rafting, sending guests out of water and sweeping through overhead tree canopies over the Provo River. Prospective guides with High Country Rafting commit to internalizing the local rivers and terrain on their own before they're trusted with leading groups, ensuring each one knows how to handle excursion variables and what the river gods' favorite appeasing snack is on Tuesdays.
    Read More
    3702 E Provo Canyon Rd
    Provo, UT US
Advertisement