Spoked Adventures – Mosenthein Island
June 2, 2018 @ 9:00 am - June 3, 2018 @ 4:00 pm
This is one of the most iconic trips. Retrace the steps of the Lewis and Clark Expedition by bike and boat.
Spoked Adventures will lead you on an all-inclusive overnight bike camping and canoe trip to Mosenthein Island. Cycle up to Columbia Bottom Conservation Area, hop in a canoe and paddle down to the island. After an amazing night on the island, board the canoe and paddle down the Mississippi River landing on the steps of The Gateway Arch.
Our staff provide mechanical support for the bicycle rides, transport all of your gear, navigate the river route with Big Muddy Adventures, prepare meals and share loads of education about the beautiful Missouri landscape. We’ve carefully designed this, and all of our adventures, to be safe and approachable for all comfort levels. Our guides have years of experience. Sit back and enjoy the ride. We’ll handle all of the fine details.
The Ride Details
Day 1: The 19 mile bicycle ride will be leaving Spoked Bikes & Stuff on Cherokee Street at 9:30 AM towards Columbia Bottom Conservation Area. This leg is estimated to take around two and a half hours. At Columbia Bottom Conservation Area, the trip will meet up with the guides from Big Muddy Adventures who will take all passengers and overnight gear on a two and a half hour canoe trip ending at Mosenthein Island.
Day 2: After breakfast and breaking down camp, everyone will depart Mosenthein Island around 10:00 AM. The return canoe trip from to The Gateway Arch will last about two and a half hours.. Once at The Gateway Arch, participants will be reunited with their bikes and ride back to Spoked Bikes & Stuff.
Ticket prices includes:
– Safely guided pre-planned bicycle and canoe routes
– Mechanical support
– Expert-lead canoe journey with gear transportation
– Primitive camp sites
-Two meals cooked over the fire: Dinner on the 18th will be hamburgers, hotdogs, grilled veggies, smores, and ice cold beer. Breakfast the following morning will include Sump Coffee, bacon, eggs, potatoes and veggies.
– Transportation of overnight gear. Because all of the gear will be transported via canoe, all participants are limited to one bag.
This event has a Google Hangouts video call.