Horseback, ATV, Bike Rentals and Scenic Flights Near Bryce Canyon

Ruby's Inn is a concessionaire for activities in and near Bryce Canyon National Park.
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If you want to take a break from sightseeing, rent a bike and go mountain biking or take the bike shuttle to the park to ride on the paved roads. Or go horseback riding, taking some of the same trails Butch Cassidy rode as an outlaw more than a century ago. If you want to gain some altitude, get an aerial view of the stunning landscapes around you by taking a helicopter ride or airplane scenic flight to a variety of destinations. You can also take a guided or self-guided ATV tour in the Bryce Canyon City area.

Ruby's Inn Mountain Bike Rentals and Shuttle

Biking on Thunder Mountain Trail outside of Bryce Canyon National Park.

Biking on Thunder Mountain Trail outside of Bryce Canyon National Park. 

Ruby's Inn offers specialized hardtail and specialized full suspension bike rentals available for hourly, half-day or all-day rides. There is also a bike shuttle service ($10 per bike) available to take your mountain bike up to the local trailheads. The shuttle will also take cyclists to Bryce Canyon National Park where you can ride on the paved roads.

Mountain bike trails in Red Canyon and Bryce Canyon range from easy to moderate, so riders of any experience level can choose a trail best suited to them. For more information visit

Go Horseback Riding with Ruby's Inn

Guided horseback trail rides near Bryce Canyon National Park with Ruby's Inn

Guided horseback trail rides near Bryce Canyon National Park

Ruby's Inn offers a number of horseback riding tours, many of which traverse the same trails that Butch Cassidy rode as a young outlaw more than a century ago. Horseback riding is a great way to see the area's stunning views and scenery, including the famous hoodoos through Red Canyon.

The most popular trail is the half-day ride, which is tailored for anyone from beginner to expert and lasts about three hours. The trail takes riders through Losee Canyon in Red Canyon where you'll admire the red-rock formations overshadowed only by the enormous blue sky overhead. For more information visit

Take a Guided ATV Tour

Guided ATV 4-wheeler tours near Bryce Canyon National Park

Guided ATV tour near Bryce Canyon National Park

Turn your stay in the Bryce Canyon area into an adventure that you will not soon forget. See some of the most incredible scenery that is seen by very few. Guided ATV rides are a fun and exciting way to explore areas in the lesser known parts of the region. The inn offers a half hour ride through the Dixie National Forest to the rim of Bryce Canyon National Park. Call Ruby’s ATV Tours at 435-834-5231 for information and reservations. Rides start from the Bryce Canyon Car Care Center (Sinclair Station) at 105 S Main St Bryce Canyon City, Utah. For more information visit

Take a Scenic Helicopter or Airplane Flight over National Parks and Monuments

Scenic flights from Ruby's Inn go to five destinations: Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, Monument Valley, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Zion National Park. Ruby's Inn offers two scenic flight options. First, airplane scenic flights via Bryce Canyon Airlines that offers five flight options: Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Bryce/Monument/Grand. Second, helicopter scenic flights via Bryce Canyon Helicopters that offers four flight options: Fairyland, Deluxe, Encounter and Full Canyon. The most popular is Encounter, a flight over Rainbow Point, natural bridges, dramatic cliffs and waterfalls. For more information visit

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26 South Main Street, Bryce Canyon City, UT 84764
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