Navajo Rocks For Mountain Biking
The 62nd most popular mountain bike trail in Utah.
Sunday 17 July 2016 06:48 GMT
Northwest of Moab, the Navajo Rocks mountain biking trails are a newer trail system built in 2014. It consists of two trails on either side of SR313. The Ramblin Trail on the north side of the highway is about 3.5 miles long and rolls through slick rock with great views of the Monitor and Merrimack redrock formations. The Rocky Tops Trail on the south side of the highway is about 5 miles long and winds up red rock formations. At its western trailhead, it connects with the 7-Up Trail which leads up to the Magnificent 7 Trail System.
To reach the Navajo Rocks trailhead for mountain biking from Moab, head north on US191 for roughly 10 miles to SR313. Turn left heading west on SR313 for about 6 miles. The trailhead is on the right.
Overall, Navajo Rocks is the 62nd most popular mountain bike trail of all 74 mountain biking rides in Utah. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Navajo Rocks including White Rim Trail, Klondike Bluffs Trail, Kokopelli Trail, Slickrock Bike Trail, Poison Spider Trail and Whole Enchilada.