We are good people. Our guiding staff are known for being good at what they do. Guiding well is more than being a fast or a skilled rider, or knowing the way, or ensuring the tour details are well organised. Those things are all necessary, but more than that, our staff are recognised by our guests for riding without ego, giving useful advice about the trails and what to be aware of, while also letting riders to do their own thing (be that fast or cruisy), but still keeping things safe and looking after people if they’re not having their best day on the bike. Most of our guides have also been professional mountain bike skills instructors, so if you would like, we can help you develop your riding, at your own pace. Our guides are absolutely key to making our trips what they are.
While we don’t often think about it, mountain biking can be dangerous, and when you’re a long way from civilization safety is crucial – that’s why all of our guides are first aid qualified, and we carry a satellite phone in case of emergencies.