Backcountry Adventure for all Seasons

MTB Bike Huts

The original hut to hut biking at its best. Enjoy open
country & beautiful single-track.

Skiing Huts

Warm, dry huts separated by ski and snowshoe
adventures. What could be better?

This ain’t San Juan Hut System’s first rodeo

Congratulations, you have found the original! San Juan Hut Systems ‘invented’ hut-to-hut mountain biking back in 1988. They have perfected their biking, skiing, and hiking hut trips and you can be assured you won’t waste your valuable vacation time.

Real shelter you can all hang out in

At the end of a long day of driving, pounding rain or even snow, do you want to crawl into a wet, soggy tent and sleep on the rocks, or do you want to share the camaraderie in a cozy hut around a wood stove? Here is a list of what you will find at the huts.

You can do what you want, when you want

Do you like getting up when you want, getting on the trail when you want, and taking the trails you want? If so, then sag-wagon trips are probably not for you. If you want to cut the umbilical cord and be your own independent man or woman, these trips are just what you are looking for!

Great variety of good grub at our bike huts

San Juan Hut System bike huts are fully stocked with an amazing selection of fresh and shelf-stable food and beverages. Click here to see a sample of the tasty treats you could enjoy at the end of a long day’s ride. You don’t have to plan it, pack it, or buy it and you can eat what you happen to feel like when you show up at the hut.

The best routes

Owner/operator, Joe Ryan, has spent hundreds of hours exploring the best possible routes and locations for huts. San Juan Huts has also established key relationships with private ranchers and land owners that enable our bikers to stay and ride where no one else can.

Terrain that makes a trip of a lifetime

The 250 square miles that San Juan Hut Systems Routes cover, is some of, if not the most, spectacular and diverse terrain in the United States.

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Watch this as National Geographic rides the Durango to Moab route.

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The Pros & Cons of Shipping your Bike

The Pros & Cons of Shipping your Bike

Riding your bike is one of the best ways to immerse yourself in a new place. Planning on riding with us, San Juan Huts, you'll likely be asking the question: Should I fly with my bike, ship it, or should I go cross country to my destination? Which bike case should I use? Box or case? What are the pros and cons to my options? Taking a road trip would be my choice, but not everyone can get a week off of work plus time it takes to get to your destination.

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We are so ready for Bike season! Our first group of riders starts today on the Telluride to Moab route. This shot is from a few seasons ago on the Colorado Trail D-M day 1 alternate route.
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Out at Wedding Bell Hut with views of La Sals last week. Durango to Moab hut to hut.
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View from Paradox Hut
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Paradox Hut
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Paradox Valley last week
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Our first Tour of the Canyons riders start at the end of this month! Who is stoked!?
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wcc.nrcs.usda.gov/ftpref/gis/ima… San Miguel, Dolores, Animas, and San Juan are at 228% of Normal Snow Water Equivalent!

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San Juan Huts newest ride, Tour of the Canyons, was written up in the New York Times. This is a 2 night, 3 day mixed surface ride from Gran Junction to Moab. Check it out and thanks for all the great comments! nytimes.com/2018/10/15/tra…

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At 8PM tonight the fire closure will be reduced. Telluride riders can ride the entire standard route and we will no longer be doing shuttles. The Atkinson Bench Trail will remain closed. More info can be found here inciweb.nwcg.gov/photos/COUPD/2…

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