The Sunset Bike and Brothel'Tour is an exploratory tour on bicycles, usually 3.5 hours long, beginning in the early evening, and giving a comprehensive look at Salt Lake City as the Crossroads of the West, and an extra focus on different areas of interest concerning prostitution history in the City. Groups ride bikes'to all points of interest in the greater downtown area, historical and current. Multiple stops'along the way for breaks, photos, and good old rest. Together, we gain an excellent vantage point of the City and enjoy a sparkling beverage together, provided by your guide. Questions are fielded by your personal, friendly, and locally-based tour guide. Stopping for a bite to eat is always an option. We provide bicycles, helmets, and water in bottles to drink.
We provide bicycles, helmets, and water in bottles to drink. There are places to fill your bottles up along the ride. We meet and end at Liberty Park, SLC's largest and oldest park, then bicycle as a group to Gilgal Gardens, a strange and secretive sculpture garden, up north to South Temple Street and bike past many of the City's oldest homes and buildings, to the entrance to City Creek Canyon, a premier getaway out of the city into the mountains, through Temple Square, explaining the history of Mormons in the City, then onto more downtown-centered activities (getting a bite to eat, gaining great views of the City, exploring Old Greek Town, etc.) then onto a crown jewel of our town, the SLC Public Library, where we can explore from the rooftop and on down.