MTB Basecamp Moab Retreat

Join us April 17th - 19th, 2020
Available for 10 participants

If you have ever wanted to ride some of the ultra-classics of Moab with 9 other like-minded and MTB hungry women, then this is the retreat for you! Like many of our other retreats, this one-of-a-kind fun filled and supportive weekend is all about getting away, trying new things and sending new trails with new friends by your side! This specific retreat comes with the high adventure of Moab trails, along with additional comforts and taste. Not only will we have loads of fun in the warm sun, but we will also be staying as a group in a condo right in the heart of Moab. All meals are included, made from scratch, and healthy. Additionally, we will have daily stretch, nutrition talks, mindfulness discussion and more! This retreat is for riders looking to push their skills, have a love for riding, and enjoy the luxuries of a hot shower and clean bed!

Trail Time

We will spend the majority of each day riding on Moab terrain. We will send out survey's to each participant to make sure each rider is experienced to have an enjoyable time and have the most fun here in Moab. Here is a list of skills that are required to ensure your safety and that you will be capable of the trails selected for this retreat:

Intermediate is a wide range, but if you are comfortable on terrain that you have to maneuver the bike, and able to get off the ground with the bike that is an intermediate. If you can get your front wheel up, pump, manual, brake effectively, get air and control the bike, then you will be fine signing up for this retreat.

What's included

What’s included:
-3 day all-inclusive mountain bike retreat
-Osprey hydration bladder to take home
- Osprey MTB day pack to demo
-All meals covered (2 Breakfast, 2 Lunch, 2 Dinner, condo snacks)
-Lodging (with linens & towels)
-Led by ASDT Mountain Bike Directors
What's not included:
-Transportation to Moab
-Helmet, shoes
-Meals in town

Meet ASDT MTB Director & Lead guide

Julie Cornelius

Julie lives in Moab, UT and loves mountain biking, nutrition, traveling and being outdoors. She combines her passions by guiding mountain biking and working as a nutrition coach. She loves anything that gets her outdoors but can mostly be found on her mountain bike- shredding local trails, bike packing through the desert or traveling overseas to explore new areas with her bike. In the time that she has been riding bikes, she has seen many women join the sport and the outdoor communities. She is extremely passionate about helping women get into mountain biking and the outdoors. Her favorite rides are taking self proclaimed beginner mountain bikers on a challenging ride and seeing them overcome their fears. She is excited to be a part of the ASDT community and looks forward to helping more women get on bike, into the outdoors, and to also share her passion for nutrition and health.

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What should I bring?

After signing up, you will be sent a detailed welcome packet that will have everything you need to know for a great weekend! Packing lists, weather updates, what to expect, and things we should know about you prior to coming to Moab.

How do I know what my riding level is?

Beginner has little to no mountain biking experience; the rider is not comfortable on blue level runs. Blues are steeper, require knowledge of braking, steering and bike handling. If a rider can’t pump, manual, brake without skidding, front wheel lift, corner quickly, or ride technical terrain, the rider is classified as a beginner.

Intermediate is a wide range, but you are comfortable on terrain where you have to maneuver the bike. If you’re able to get off the ground with the bike, consider yourself intermediate. This means getting your front wheel up, pumping, using manual, braking effectively, getting air, and controlling the bike.

Advanced is comfortable with everything listed above and likes to ride steep, loose, and gnarly trails.  

Is bike set up going to be reviewed?

You should already have your bike set up for you, however, if you have a question, we are happy to help!  

Are the coaches certified? 

Yes. Coaches are PMBI (Professional Mountain Bike Instructor) certified and are certified in First Aid.

What if there is something I am not comfortable with riding? 

Participation for everything is voluntary. Riders are NOT required to do anything that makes them uncomfortable or is above their skill level. If the coach feels the rider isn't experienced to be on the trail, the coach has the right for the safety of the rider to send them home. Each rider will fill out a survey prior to arrival to assess experience.

Should I bring tools?

If you have a multi-tool, spare tubes, and tire irons, please bring them. Coaches will have tools also.

Should I use flat pedals or clip ins?

Flat pedals are preferred if you have them.  


It is your responsibility to read and understand our cancellation policy before making a reservation.

Naturally, no one books with the intention of cancelling or postponing their retreat, but unexpected things do happen, so please purchase travel cancellation insurance once you have made your reservation.


If you cancel your trip, AndShesDopeToo does not offer refunds for any reason. A portion of your payment may be used as credit for another retreat to be taken the next calendar year.

Depending on when you cancel, cancellation penalties may apply.

Fees are determined by the following schedule:

  • If you cancel more than 90 days before your retreat start date, 100% of your payment may be applied to another Retreat.
  • If you cancel 89 – 60 days before your retreat start date, 75% of your payment may be applied to another Retreat. You will forfeit 25% of the price of your retreat.
  • If you cancel 59 – 30 days before your retreat start date, 50% of your payment may be applied to another Retreat. You will forfeit 50% of the price of your retreat.
  • If you cancel 30 days or less before your retreat start date, you will forfeit your entire payment.

Exceptions to our policy cannot be made for any reason. We do not offer credit for a guest arriving late or leaving early.


If AndShesDopeToo must cancel a booked retreat date for any reason, you may transfer your full retreat payment to another retreat, or you may request a refund of your payment to us.

AndShesDopeToo is not responsible for your expenses incurred in preparation for any cancelled retreat, such as airline tickets, loss of work, and/or other costs associated with preparing for your trip.

Day 1- We will meet at the Klondike Bluff trailhead to get our feet wet with some Moab style mountain biking. First, we will do an introduction to get to know everyone in the group. Then, we will practice some skills that will be helpful for riding the technical trails in Moab and maybe session a few sections while we are out on the trail. This day will be 2-3 hours of riding.  

Day 2- We will head out to the Mag 7 and Navajo Rocks trails today for a full day of fun Moab riding! The trails are a combination of fun technical challenges, along with some flowy singletrack that's sure to make you smile. We will have our lunch out on the trail and spend most of the day riding. Total time out will be between 4-6 hours. There will be time to hit the hot tub and relax once we get back to the condo.

Day 3- This will sadly be our last day of riding for the weekend! We will check out of our home away from home and do a recap of the weekend. We will see how the group is feeling and head out to one of the fun trail systems Moab has to offer. We will ride 2-3 hours before having lunch and saying "see you later" to all of our new friends.

Each meal is carefully selected to not only be filled with taste, but healthy and hearty for each pallet. We will send out a survey after you purchase your ticket to make sure we have everything needed for your needs.