Explore the most popular mountain biking trails near Moab with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

off road driving
3 days ago

Great to wheel and plenty of scenery. Did the trail in a 2wd forerunner nissan titan.

trail running
8 days ago

Not sure who wrote the summary of this trail in Alltrails but be aware it is not entirely accurate and should be changed. I ran the trail with my son and we both have Garmins to track distance and elevation gain/loss. The total miles is actually 9.62 and the actual elevation gain is 1,591 or around there give or take 100ft.
Also I imagined the Mtn Bikers would be my main concern/competition but it was actually motorcycles that were lost on the wrong trail. Now it wasn’t bad by no means and if you want to run this course do not hesitate. The views are amazing and it is very challenging terrain, add in the heat and it’s a great workout. Go early it can get hot out there!

off road driving
10 days ago

Mom Review!
This trail did not disappoint and was one for the books! We (3 kids, 2 adults), road in our Polaris Ranger. It definitely struggled in spots and was not made for some of the obstacles. There was skid dragging and we had to spot often and stack rocks to support where the tires weren't touching. (For a brief moment, I didn't think we'd make it.) Probably due to lots of people and difficulty, it took us 5+ hours out and back. We are so incredibly glad we persevered! What a breathtaking view it was!

Ein sehr schöner Trail mit wunderschöner Flora und interessanten Aussichten. Selbst für Kinder geeignet. Wir haben gemütlich 3, 5 h gebraucht.

off road driving
17 days ago

Great views, great moderate trail to test your driving skills and feel how the machines operate under you. Drive all the way to Hurah Pass for scenic views on all sides.

mountain biking
21 days ago

Unbelievable experience. I took a guided mountain biking tour over three days, averaging just over 30 miles a day. I’m a casual biker, so there were some technically challenging hill climbs and switchbacks that I had to take a break on. This was a bucket list ride in my opinion!

off road driving
22 days ago

This was our first 'off-roading' adventure in Utah.. and not our last, but of course our quickest bail out due to not knowing what to expect. We went over several creek beds and turned around without finishing it. Now that I see, we only went in less than a mile and came out! We really pansied out! We did drive further on the next road over that went to Fisher's Towers. There are also some campsites on this road that would be amazing to stay at! (We went on Sept. 10, 2017)

off road driving
22 days ago

This was fun! Lots of creek crossing and incredible views and rock formations. This trail offers a awesome insight into the geology of the area. If you continue on to the Thompson Canyon/Polar Mesa it is it a much rougher trail but worth it (you'll need higher ground clearance). These combined trails make a great loop ride (we hate retracing our tracks). You end up on the Castle Valley Road heading back to Route 128. Again awesome views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

off road driving
22 days ago

It is long especially if you continue after Hurrah Pass to Chicken Corners. It started getting dark so we had to turn around and head back before we got to the end of Chick.Corners. Super fun, easy trail, even on a Saturday the traffic was sparse. Views were awesome! We have a Wrangler Rubicon and had zero problems.

off road driving
23 days ago

This trail is RAD! The view from the top is humbling and sends chills down your spine- not to mention all the work it takes to get up there makes it 100% better. I am a beginner/ intermediate dirt bike rider and I found the trail to be pretty challenging. There were a few especially steep and craggy parts that were intimidating but it makes the view from the top SO MUCH BETTER! I would love to bring a downhill bike up this trail on a 4x4 rig and then ride the bike down. It was a little busy up top, but we went up on a Saturday afternoon.

mountain biking
24 days ago

The gpx file for this trail does not work in Google Earth

Giggly, easy rolling trail. Just enough technical to keep it interesting. Views to die for. Fun trail

off road driving
1 month ago

It’s 19 Miles each way, not round trip. Keep that in mind. Did it in my 1997 modded land cruiser no problem. Most cars can do it with ground clearance.

off road driving
1 month ago

Super fun! You drive though the creek a bunch, beautiful scenery. Easy to drive. I can’t believe it took me so long to experience onion Creek

off road driving
1 month ago

Great view from the top! I will do it again.

off road driving
1 month ago

Drove and camped along the White Rim Trail over three nights in early April. Some of the most amazing scenery I’ve ever seen in my life. Every turn provided excitement in navigating the terrain and new and stunning landscapes to enjoy. Probably the best-kept outdoors secret in Utah.

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful views, but definitely not the best the area has to offer. Great workout though. May be tough to find the Trail after rain as there are few markers. I didn’t see any mountain bikers the entire time (midday Tuesday) and only one other hiker.

Great ride in a rzr xp4! Did all the obstacles with ease except white knuckles.... didn’t have a winch.

Steep trail that’s challenging and gorgeous. We watched some brave Jeeps coming down the trail and heard some more bicyclists from across the highway. Great hike !

Super easy for the family, my 2 year old was able to do it with ease. The kids loved the different terrain, as well as the dinosaur tracks!

off road driving
1 month ago

This was extremely difficult and slow! 2 miles an hour in order to keep the side by side from being damaged was not that fun! Had to turn back after we came across a drop off that would have bottomed out extremely hard. It was a rental so we turned around.

Fun way to get into arches. Did in landcruiser and lx570 with no lift. No problems.

The beginning is steep and rocky, but a good workout. Hidden Valley is gorgeous, but flat for a long ways. Overall a great hike though!

This seemed to be a 4x4 trail where hikers are also permitted to use it. Great workout in the beginning, just wish it were only for hiking.

off road driving
1 month ago

Fun trail! no need to go all the way. drive as far in as you want. at the end of the trail however, it is a STEEP incline up the canyon with massive rocks to go over. only recommend the last part of the trail if you're prepared

backpacking
1 month ago

Gorgeous!

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful day for a great hike! As others have said, there’s a fairly steep climb to the top of the cliff, then things flatten out in the Hidden Valley. According to the placard at the bottom, it’s two miles to the pass, which makes a natural turnaround point for a shorter hike, then another mile until the trail meets the Moab Rim trail. I had initially rejected the idea of doing the complete loop with the Moab Rim trail, because I thought it might be heavily trafficked with 4x4s, then briefly reconsidered when I talked to another hiker where Hidden Valley meets Moab Rim. According to her, there’s little 4x4 traffic until the trail gets close to the road, and they watch out for hikers. In the end, decided to go back the way I came on Hidden Valley to get the great views of La Sal on the way back, but I’d think about doing the complete Hidden Valley/Moab Rim loop (or vice versa) in future. I spent 3 h 40 min on Hidden Valley with lots of stops for pictures and a stop for lunch. Crossed paths with maybe 15 people during that time, mostly hikers, a few trail runners. Trail is easy to follow and in great shape right now, it got a little windy in parts but mostly blue sky and bright sun. Definitely recommend!

off road driving
1 month ago

Nice respite from the crowds who think the only scenery is in arches

mountain biking
1 month ago

Nice trail. A little blend of some tech with pretty mellow slickrock for beginners in group. Endless possibilities abound and well marked at every intersection

hiking
2 months ago

Toughest part is the first half mile or so but it’s definitely worth it! Going at a leisurely pace it took my family and I about 3 hours to get to the petroglyphs and back.

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