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    Top Spots in and near Arches National Park

    • Moab, Utah

      Drive Chicken Corners

      5.0
      From Moab, take Kane Creek Blvd out of town towards the beginning of the trailhead at the Kane Creek Recreation Parking Lot. From there, the trail is pretty much the only route available. The drive follows along a very smooth dirt road for the first six miles. Here, take a right to follow towards...
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    • Moab, Utah

      Mountain Bike Bull Run Trail

      5.5 mi / 1000 ft gain
      Bull Run has a parking lot on the Little Canyon / Gemini Bridges Rd. It's a 5.5 mile downhill trail that ends at the Lower Getaway Trail. Bull Run Trail follows the north side of Bull Run Canyon and provides scenic views with a mix of slick rock, sand, and flowing trails. Most people will park at...
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    • Moab, Utah

      Mountain Bike HyMasa Trail

      3.2 mi / 755 ft gain
      HyMasa trail is the latest in the fantastic Kane Creek Mountain Biking trail network and is now the preferred route for connecting to the iconic Captain Ahab Loop, allowing riders to bypass larges portions of the Amasa Back / Cliffhanger Jeep trail. To get there take Kane Creek Blvd. from Moab in...
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    • Moab, Utah

      Mountain Bike Amasa Back / Cliffhanger Trail

      9.1 mi / 1410 ft gain
      Amasa Back / Cliffhanger is the primary entry point into one of the most fantastic mountain biking trail networks in the Moab area, connecting into Captain Ahab, Rockstacker, HyMasa, and Jacksons Trails. To get there take Kane Creek Blvd. from Moab into Kane Springs Creek Canyon. The road will qu...
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    • Moab, Utah

      View the Petroglyphs at Birthing Rock

      5.0
      0.1 mi / 0 ft gain
      This roadside boulder is just a short ride down a dirt road from Moab.  From the McDonalds in Moab, head west down Kane Creek Drive.  You will pass a few BLM and private campgrounds as well as various trailheads.  The road will eventually become graded dirt.  Follow the road until you see an obvi...
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    • Moab, Utah

      Shafer Trail

      5.0
      19.59 mi / 4587 ft gain
      Shafer Trail is a point-to-point trail where you may see local wildlife located near Moab, Utah.
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    • Moab, Utah

      Climb Moab's Ancient Art, Fisher Towers Area

      5.0
      This is one of the most popular towers in the Moab area and for good reason. It's well-protected, has super fun movement and variety, and the final spire summit will get your blood pumping.  Aside from a few bolted moves that go around 5.10+ (or A0), most of the route is pretty cruiser ranging fr...
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    • Moab, Utah

      Camp in Hunters Canyon

      5.0
      2 mi
      Moab has become an increasingly popular adventure destination over the last few years. Its proximity to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks make it a popular spot for beginning day hikers as well as seasoned canyoneers, bikers, and climbers. It comes as no surprise that it can be a hassle to fi...
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    • Moab, Utah

      Hike Hunters Canyon

      5.0
      3 mi / 164 ft gain
      The hike into Hunters Canyon is extremely easy going. You can do the hike year round, but the further into summer you are, the hotter the canyon will be.  This is a great beginner hike as it has very little elevation gain. It's also perfect for dogs, thanks to the stream that allows for frequent ...
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    • Moab, Utah

      Magnificent 7 Trail

      22.12 mi / 2254 ft gain
      The Mag 7 a relatively new mountain bike route in 2012 that parallels Gemini Bridge road where the trail begins. The trail consists of 4 sections, Bull Run, Arth's Corner, Little Cyn, Gold Bar and Gold Bar Rim. Everyone is talking about this route and it is all great. I have to agree. This will b...
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    • Moab, Utah

      Camp at Horsethief Campground

      4.7
      Just 25 minutes from the town of Moab and even less from the Island in the Sky district of Canyonlands National Park and Dead Horse Point State Park (the lookout photo above is from this point), this location is pretty ideal. Great options for mountain biking (like the Intrepid Trails, Shafer Tra...
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    • Cisco, Utah

      Off Road to the Top of The World

      13.2 mi / 2000 ft gain
      The off road trail called Top of the World is a dirt road meant for *OFF ROAD VEHICLES ONLY*. All wheel drives jeeps and trucks are most common on this route but it is frequented by ATV and Dirt Bike users as well. If you elect to hike this route be mindful of their presence and give off-road veh...
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    • Moab, Utah

      Drive Long Canyon Road

      5.0
      Moab is an outdoor mecca, from rock climbing to mountain biking to 4WD adventures and while not particularly technical (it is only rated Class 2) the 7.8 mile Long Canyon Road just north of Dead Horse State Park is an excellent way to get a taste for the incredible features (and views) that the C...
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    • Moab, Utah

      Camp at Porcupine Rim Campground

      5.0
      Porcupine Rim Campground, just inside the Manti-La Sal National Forest, is a fantastic dispersed campsite (with bathrooms) that overlooks the hills and mesas of Castle Valley some 2000' feet below. Most are familiar with the area due to the famous Porcupine Pine Rim mountain biking trail, but the...
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    • Monticello, Utah

      Camp at the Ledges Camping Area off of Kane Creek Road

      5.0
      The turn off for Kane Creek Rd. is directly before the McDonald's on the right side of the road. A right turn takes you through small residential area and then places you on a dirt road continuing into the canyon. The road narrows a bit, switch backs, and becomes slightly rougher. Follow Kane Cr...
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    • Moab, Utah

      Mountain Bike the Intrepid Trail System in Dead Horse Point SP

      5.0
      14 mi
      If you're visiting Moab for some mountain biking, this is a great place to start. There's nothing too technical and plenty of route options and points to bail out if you're getting tired. Perhaps more importantly, you don't have to work that hard to find some quality riding and classic Moab views...
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