• Date
    Friday September 13, 2019 at 4:00pm MDT
    Sunday September 15, 2019 at 5:00pm
    past event
  • Type
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Big Belts, Montana United States
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  • Registration
    Open Paid
Women's Mountain Biking Retreat - September
Clinic/Camp Details:

This course is best suited for Intermediate+ riders who: ride 2-3 times a week and have experience being outdoors most of the day.
Join us for 3 days of mountain biking with 2 nights and all meals at the Big Belt Hut, see itinerary below:

Carpool to gear drop-point and ditch overnight gear to be shuttled separately

Guests proceed on singletrack trail while outfitters move overnight gear to weather station

Guests arrive at hut and get familiar, change out of riding clothes into hiking clothes and shoes

Guests hike to weather station to get their gear, then hike back to hut (1mi)

Evening team building and group dinner


Guests ride out to sno-mo drop point for morning skills and drills

Guests ride back to hut for lunch

Guests enjoy an afternoon trail ride

Evening team building and group dinner

Breakfast, pack gear for departure

Guests ride out to sno-mo drop point for morning skills and drills

Guests ride back to hut for lunch

Guests hike overnight-gear out to weather station

Guests enjoy an afternoon trail ride while outfitters shuttle gear back to vehicles.


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