Sequatchie Valley 3 Mtn Climbing Camp

Calling all climbers! Join us for a fun 3-day weekend exploring SEQUATCHIE VALLEY - Chattanooga's cycling playground! With low-traffic farm roads surrounded by towering ridges, the valley offers the perfect combination of big climbs and endless rollers. In this cycling camp, you'll get a complete tour of the Valley with guided and fully-supported rides each day, along with post-ride recovery meals, including a very special farm-to-table lunch! The camp is limited to 16 cyclists. Use the "REGISTER" button to save your spot!




3 Guided Rides on Scenic Low-Traffic Backroads with 1 Major Climb Each Day

SAG Support with Hydration, Nutrition & Mechanical Assistance

Post-ride Meals, Including a Farm-Fresh Picnic on Sunday

Climbing & Descending Coaching

T-Shirts & Water Bottles




per person

Camp kicks off with a ride @ 1:00 pm CST on Friday and end after lunch on Sunday



Sequatchie Valley is roughly half an hour west of Chattanooga, TN. In order to fully explore the valley, each day's ride starts at a unique location. Links to Google Maps showing each of the ride start locations are provided in the itinerary section above. Specific details (start times, parking, restrooms, etc.) will be provided to registered guests.

There are plenty of options for lodging in Sequatchie Valley, from hotels to bed & breakfasts to camping and vacation rentals. Where you stay is up to you, but we're happy to help if you need recommendations or feedback on specific options. is also a great resource for lodging options.


Sequatchie Valley has much more to offer than just world-class cycling, and we've built in some free time Saturday afternoon and evening for you to do a little exploration on your trip. Fall Creek Falls (Tennessee's most visited park) is just up the road from where we'll have lunch in Pikeville on Saturday, and South Cumberland State Park (Tennessee's largest state park) is farther south. Both offer spectacular waterfalls and plenty of hiking opportunities. Dunlap's Coke Ovens Museum is a fun place to check out, both for the coal mining artifacts and for the rows of coke oven ruins at the park. Top of the Rock Restaurant & Brewery in Kimball is highly recommended for both the food and the panoramic view. For live music, check out The Dunlap Yard. has plenty of ideas for what to do, where to eat , and more, but please feel free to contact us if you need recommendations. We're happy to help point you in the right direction for whatever you're in the mood for!




Concerned about COVID?

These camps are designed to minimize your exposure. All of the post-ride group meals will be outside, and because all of the participants will take care of their own transportation to and from the ride locations, you will never be packed in a vehicle with other registrants.