Moab Slickrock Trail is a 8.8 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Moab, Utah and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until November.
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Every serious Mountain Biker from around the world, knows, or has heard about the famous and notorious Slickrock Trail in Moab. It was this trail that put Moab on the map, and turned Moab into a mountain biking mecca that brings 1000's of mountain bikers from around the globe to Moab. The Slickrock Trail is VERY well marked with painted white lines like the middle of a highway, and there are yellow caution markers and black diamonds to warn you of deadly sections ahead. Be sure to watch for these warnings after you hit the main loop at mile 2.5. Hills on the trail are short, but grueling and very steep. If you let you momentum carry you it could get you into trouble on twisty sections with off-camber turns, but mostly it is momentum that will allow you to ride up the really steep stuff. Traction is fantastic, except when wet or icy. Watch out for winter! Trail Surface: slickrock, obviously, with a painted white line guiding you into the most outrageous situations. At times it is like riding on the outside edge of a 300-foot high basketball.
Scary. Visited last year and can't get it out of my head
Best descents of my life and most challenging climbs of my life. Absolutely stunning!
Amazing trail with outstanding views of Moab and the surrounding area
very difficult but not a lot in terms of technical; bring lots of water; take pictures
Definitely not for beginner Mtn. Bikers!! Practice loop is a good testing point!!
Like this trail for technical obstacles.
Don't like how crowded it is when I have been there.
I ride dirt bike ( non pedal ). Gets frustrating when all these pedal bikes are on a motorcycle trail
This was the best and most unusual mountain bike experience I have ever hard. Riding on sand stone the whole time!
Fun mountain biking trail.
Fun trail spent two days. 1st day on the main trails 2nd day on the minor trails. Went in the fall