Utah Burea of Land Management | Utah National Forest | Utah State Parks | Utah Tourism

The state is characterized by deep sandstone canyons with vertical walls ranging from a few hundred to thousands of feet in height", interspersed with pinyon-juniper benchland. High red-rock canyons dwarf visitors with terraced castle-like walls towering 3,000 feet above the canyon floors Arches, springs, seeps and hanging gardens exist. Life zones range from ponderosa pine and aspen-covered high country to desert vegetation in the bottom of Dark Canyon. Wildlife species are diverse and include mule deer and cougar. The area ranks high in archeological and scenic values. Famous for its mountain biking terrain", Utah offers many days of pedaling through a sunburnt strata with amazing views of canyons," buttes and pinnacle-filled basins.

Please be aware that this information is not current nor is it updated. Trails change over time so please check with the locals before going out to a trail.


Ride City Length Type Skill
Amasa Back Ride 2000 Moab 10 miles Out & Back Advanced
AMS Loop Ride 2011 Park City 10 miles Loop Beginner
Elephant Hill Ride 2001 Moab 14.5 miles Loop Intermediate
Moab Brands Ride 2011 Moab 8 miles Loop Intermediate
Moab Brands Ride 2014 Moab 7.5 miles Loop Intermediate
Moab Rim Ride 2001 Moab 7 miles One-way Intermediate
Poison Spider Portal Loop Ride 2003 Moab 12 miles Loop Advanced
Porcupine Rim Ride 2011 Moab 18 miles One-way Intermediate
Slickrock Ride 2001 Moab 10 miles Loop Intermediate
The Whole Enchilada Ride 2014 Moab 23.5 miles One-way Intermediate
Thunder Mountain Ride 2012 Panguitch 15.5 miles Loop Intermediate