ITINERARY Anasazi Tour:Tour itinerary - HOG Gallery

ITINERARY Anasazi Tour:Tour itinerary - HOG Gallery

Anasazi Tour, USA

26 May-9 June • 11-25 June • 7-21 July

23 July-6 August • 8-22 August


H-D Sportster 1200 – 3,995 • H-D V-Rod – 4,275 • H-D Dyna Wide Glide – 4,425

H-D Electra Glide Classic – 4,425 • H-D Heritage Softail – 4,425 • H-D Fat Boy – 4,425

H-D Roadking – 4,425 • H-D Softail Deuce – 4,425

H-D Ultra Classic Electra Glide – 4,425 • H-D Dyna Low Rider – 4,425

Passengers – 2,250 • Single room – 850 • Personal risk motorbike – $2000,00

• On request we offer flights from other airports

• Groups require a minimum of seven motorbikes

• If your choice of motorbike is not available a bike from the same category will be offered

• For reservations go to

Tour includes the following: 1. Flight Amsterdam-Las Vegas-Amsterdam. 2. Transfers in the USA.

3. All hotels based on double occupancy. 4. All toll, parking fees. 5. All National Park fees. 6.Bike Rental including

insurance and liability. 7. Fuel. 8. Dutch, English speaking tour guides. 9. Free soft drinks. 10. Spare bike.

11. Chase vehicle with luggage facilities.

NOT INCLUDED in the pricing: Airport taxes; Meals; Travel insurances; €25 administration fee.

Day 1 – Amsterdam – Las Vegas

Immediately after arrival at the airport of Las Vegas you will find out that you landed in the Gambling

capitol of the United States. It’s packed with slot machines. Your tour leaders are going to meet you

here and bring you to our first hotel. Here we will greet you with a welcome drink and a small


Day 2 – Las Vegas – Williams 373km

Today we will first go to the Harley-Davidson Dealer to check in our bikes. When everybody has

collected his bike we will start the ride. First stop will be the famous Hoover dam. After a short

explanation we will ride our bikes to Kingman from where we will start riding on Route 66. Route 66 is

the famous road of which many stories are written and songs are made. You will recognize many sites

that where seen in movies or TV series. This part of the Route 66 is the longest still existing stretch.

Tonight we will sleepover in Williams. A small town located on route 66.

Day 3 – Williams – Flagstaf 200km

Visiting the first great wonder of nature is planned for today. The Grand Canyon. Along the scenic

route of the south rim you can see the Grand Canyon in its breathtaking Glory. You can make stops at

the many points of interest and view the million years of erosion. Of course we offer the opportunity

to make a helicopter flight and visit the IMAX theatre. We stopover in Flagstaff.

Day 4 – Flagstaff – Chinle 336km

Our ride goes through the Indian reserves of the Navajo and the Hopi Indians. They are the descents

of the Anasazi Indians. Today the route ends at Canyon the Chelly. We will visit this canyon with its

cliff dwellings at sunset and will try to organize a BBQ. We sleepover in Chinle.

Day 5 – Chinle – Durango 384km

One of the most beautiful states of the US is Utah. Today we get a preview visiting the impressive

Monument Valley. Forces of nature such as wind, water and ice have created this valley over a time

span of 50 million years. The result as you will see today is breathtaking and beautiful. Passing

Mexican Hat and visiting the Four Corners Monument is next. Then taking a fist bite into the Rocky’s,

we will ride to Durango.

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Day 6 – Durango – Montrose 206km

Early in the morning we visit the local Durango Harley-Davidson Dealer for our souvenirs and gifts.

Then we start riding towards Silverton. This is a beautiful scenic road through San Juan National

Forrest. Absolutely stunning. We will have a long lunch stop at the famous Handlebars café in

Silverton and will have plenty of time to visit shops. Then onwards to Montrose via spectacular

mountain roads.

Day 7 – Montrose – Dillon 364km

Another day in the Rocky’s with numerous mountain passes. The Highest is the Monarch pass at

4000 meters. We can walk through the snow and have a bean soup at the visitor centre at the

continental divide.

Day 8 – Dillon – Grand Lake 276km

Today we will have a brunch in the old mining city of Georgetown. Surrounded by silver mines we will

have our bacon and eggs on the terrace in front of the famous “Happy Cooker”. Then a few more

passes before we arrive in Grand Lake where we will stay for 2 nights in an authentic mountain hotel.

Time and space enough for a fabulous BBQ. Let’s chill out in the 12 persons Jacuzzi.

Day 9 – Grand Lake – day off

Today we have plenty of time to relax. In the morning you can visit Rocky Mountains National Park

and see the wildlife. For a change you can go horseback riding or spent some time fly-fishing in the

Colorado River. Sure we will put the wild trout’s on the BBQ. Another relaxed option is sleep in and

later take a stroll through town and do some shopping or have a cappuccino on one of the terraces

downtown. You won’t be bored.

Day 10 – Grand Lake – Grand Junction 475 km

First section of the day is the “Gore Pass” a beautiful climb through nature. Then we head for the I 70.

Here we ride a fabulous part of road called “rollercoaster interstate”. It’s the ride out of the Rocky’s

into the dessert. In Grand Junction we will visit the local Harley-Davidson Dealer for more T-shirts.

Day 11 – Grand Junction – Moab 240 km

Today we will leave Colorado for what it is and ride into Utah. We are riding through the desert and it

gets warmer by the minute. Then we take the exit and start riding back-roads again. The road chases

the Colorado river and is absolutely breathtaking. We make some stops and before we enter Moab

we visit the spectacular Dead Horse point. After lunch in Moab we check in our hotel and spent the

afternoon relaxing and have the possibility to visit Arches National Park. An absolute must at sunset.

Day 12 – Moab – Torry 385km

In the morning we ride towards Blanding towards a spectacular mountain pass. Then we enter

“Canyon Lands” and ride through Fry Canyon and Glen Canyon. We have a lunch surrounded by

nature and then ride via Hanksville on to Capitol Reef National Park. Surrounded by impressive rocks

the road brings us into Torry.

Day 13 – Torry – Carmel Junction 268km

We have seen a lot already but we haven’t seen it all. From Torry we ride through Dixie National

Forest. Beautiful woods with nice slide roads and challenging curves. Then we head for the “Devils

Backbone” and the Escalante Canyon. It’s like driving through a painting. Last but not least is Brice

Canyon. Stunning rocks and colors. From here it is a short drive to Carmel junction.

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Day 14 – Carmel Junction – Las Vegas 340km

We first visit Zion National Park and then take the interstate to Vegas where we return our bikes to the

Harley-Davidson dealer. Tonight we hit the town and can do some sightseeing and gambling and

spend some time in one of the many bars and restaurants.

Day 15 – Flight home

Its over. The tour leaders will accompany you to the airport and see you off.

Day 16 – Arrival in Amsterdam


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