In a new article published today, Conde Nast Traveler looks at Dzil Ta’ah Adventures and how this Indigenous-owned adventure company is bringing bike tourism to the Navajo Nation…

Cover photo from Conde Nast story

In an article published this morning titled How an Indigenous-Owned Adventure Company Is Bringing Bike Tourism to the Navajo Nation, Conde Nast Traveler features our friends over at Dzil Ta’ah Adventures (@dziltaahadventures) and how their cycling tours pair desert landscapes with Navajo creation stories—and reinvest tour revenue into Navajo communities.

  • Jon Yazzie, bikepacking the Navajo Nation
  • Jon Yazzie Rider and Rig

As stated in the article, “Navajo Nation bikepacking tours aren’t your average cycle-and-sightsee excursions. Dzil Ta’ah Adventures leads guests deep into the red sands of Navajo Nation’s backcountry, blending adventure with culture as Navajo guides share stories about their ancestors and the land they’re cycling—something the Navajo Nation hopes to see more of across its tourism offerings in the coming years.”

Find the full article here.

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