Distance

3.3 Miles

Elevation Gain

200 Feet

Activities

Photography, Mountain Biking, Running

Skill

Beginner

Season

Year Round

Type

Point-to-Point

Added by

Josiah Roe

Bathrooms
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Groups
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

Slickrock, packed dirt singltrack, hoodoos and epic views in the heart of the Navajo Rocks trail system.

The Ramblin' Trail, part of the Navajo Rocks trail system, is a beginner to intermediate mountain biking trail with a great mix of slickrock, dirt trails, and some sand that features excellent views of hoodoos, Navajo Sandstone, and the general Colorado River watershed redrock.

Located off Utah Highway 313 at the Navajo Rocks Trailhead parking lot, 19 miles from downtown Moab, and 7.5 miles from Highway 191, when ridden west to east the trail goes roughly downhill for 3.3 miles till it intersects again with Highway 313.

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

Nearby Lodging

From $199/night

Under Canvas Moab

Moab, Utah

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Distance

3.3 Miles

Elevation Gain

200 Feet

Activities

Photography, Mountain Biking, Running

Skill

Beginner

Season

Year Round

Type

Point-to-Point

Added by

Josiah Roe

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