Loading mountain bikes on Shuttle Taos' van at the south boundary trail.

Your Trail Adventure StartS Here

Book South Boundary, Continental Divide, and custom shuttles for your next biking, hiking, or running adventure.

South Boundary Trail Shuttles

Experience New Mexico’s #1 mountain bike trail with Shuttle Taos. We’re the only USFS permitted shuttle service operating on the South Boundary Trail, and for the last eight years have provided safe, dependable, daily shuttles to the SBT, so you can get exactly the adventure you want in the time you have.

Group of mountain bike riders ready to tackle the South Boundary Trail from Forest road 76.
8:00 am – FULL SBT from FR76

8:00 am shuttle to Forest Road 76 and the start of the FULL South Boundary Trail: the 21.5-mile IMBA Epic ride to your car.

$49 per person

Group of mountain bike riders ready to tackle the South Boundary Trail from Garcia Park.
11:00** am – 2/3 SBT from Garcia Park

11:00 am shuttle to Garcia Park, for an abbreviated 13 miles of (mostly) downhill South Boundary Trail goodness.

$49 per person

Please consult our cancellation and solo-passenger policies before booking.
**Note: We’ve shifted to 11am due to constructions delays on US64.

“Worth It”

“The cost of the shuttle was totally worth saving my oil pan”

– A guy who busted his oil pan the year prior

Mountain bike overlooking cumbres pass on the continental divide trail.

Continental Divide Trail Slack-Pack

Ready to tackle the 95-mile Carson Continental Divide Epic through northern New Mexico’s most remote and sublime countryside?

We can help you put together a supported multi-day slack-pack trip, or just shuttle you and your gear to get things done.


“The gnarly fire road they drove us up was more precarious than the singletrack we shredded on the way down!”

– An East Coast visitor learning what the Rockies are all about

Custom Shuttles

We love the South Boundary Trail, but there are lots of options for through-hikes, multi-day mountain bike rides, or other shuttle-assisted adventures in northern New Mexico. Contact us to plan your next escape.

“Drink don’t Drive”

“Use the shuttle! It’s worth every penny to avoid a bumpy two-hour car ride when I’m tired and sweaty and all I want is beer a burger and a shower.”

– A mountain biker who knows how to prioritize

Taos Mountain Bike Association logo. TMBA is the official Adopt-a-Trail sponsor of the South Boundary Trail.


We are a proud supporter of the Taos Mountain Bike Association, the official Adopt-a-Trail maintainer of the South Boundary Trail. To show our appreciation, Shuttle Taos provides 50% off South Boundary Trail shuttles for TMBA members in good standing. Everybody wins. Most especially the trail.

“On Time and Very Friendly”

“Being able to have a shuttle to the trailhead was amazing. The shuttle driver was on time and very friendly. Would definitely do this again!”

– Another new member of the Shuttle Taos family

Shuttle Taos LLC operates under permit on the Carson National Forest.

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Program information may be made available in languages other than English. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g., Braille, large print, audiotape, and American Sign Language) should contact the responsible State or local Agency that administers the program or USDA’s TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TTY) or contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339.

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