Over the course of four days, you'll get a taste of Patagonia, Arizona that will leave you thirsty for more. Touted by VeloNews as the "new gravel mecca," Patagonia offers stunning views, some of the best gravel in the Southwest, and a sense of community that makes you feel right at home.
GRVL CAMP offers group rides, educational clinics, home-cooked meals, swag, and a weekend full of fun and adventure. Patagonia is our most challenging location and is geared toward intermediate to advanced riders who can ride anything from loose and chunky to hard-packed dirt roads. Riders should be comfortable with riding 30-75 miles per day. Bring your climbing legs, a bandana, and positive vibes. Are you ready to send it?!
- 2023 dates coming soon!
- $275/person (bring a buddy, share a bed)
- $350/person (shared room, single bed)
- $500/person (single room, shared house)
Coming with a group? We will work with you to accommodate your needs and housemates.
- 3.5 days of riding, education, and community
- 3 breakfasts and 2 dinners
- Routes and ride guides
- Sports nutrition and hydration products
- Access to laundry
- Swag bags!
Thursday - Welcome to Patagonia
Riders arrive in Patagonia and get settled into the house.
Friday - Boomshakala and Big Views
Ease into the weekend with a spin through the San Rafael Valley. The ride will be about 30 miles with 1,800 ft of elevation gain. Nothing too technical today—just some steady climbs and long descents! After post-ride refreshments at Patagonia Lumber Company, we'll close out the day with a home-cooked dinner at The Gravel House and hanging by the fire.
Saturday - Borderlands Adventure
Get ready for a big day on the bike! We'll head out early to hit the Spirit World 50 course for a 57-mile ride with roughly 3,400 ft of elevation gain. End the day with dinner in town, live music at PLC, and s'mores by the fire.
Sunday - Coffee Ride and Adios
Today we’ll head north of town for some of the best views in the area and finish with post-ride coffee at PLC. The ride will be about 20 miles with 1,500 ft of elevation gain.