Circle-O

 20 votes

2.9 Miles 4.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

175' 53 m

Ascent

-261' -80 m

Descent

4,684' 1,428 m

High

4,466' 1,361 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

Unknown

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An excellent moderate loop on slickrock with sweeping views of Arches National Park.

Curtis Tripp

Overview

Please stay on the line. It was aligned specifically to protect the fragile biological soil crust, pothole ecosystems and plant life of this area.

Description

The trail can be ridden in either direction, but this description is for the recommended counterclockwise loop:

Leaving the Bar-M Loop at the Circle-O's southern trailhead, ride 1/4 mile on dirt doubletrack to the berm bowl at the junction with the Rockin' A trail. This is where the real fun begins.

Head left (NE) from the berm bowl to follow the Circle-O trail. The path is marked by a rust-colored line painted on the Entrada sandstone. Follow this line for nearly 3 miles as it winds through tight turns, over quick dips, and down short drops. Along the way, you'll reach the border of Arches National Park before climbing back to the Circle-O's northern junction with the Bar-M Loop.

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Jun 3, 2017
Ken Haley
In combination with sections of Bar-M, North40, and Maverick. 6mi
May 23, 2017
Melissa Peterson
Apr 15, 2017
Seth Thomas
3.2mi
Nov 23, 2016
Michael Turner
Fun, but be prepared to use upper body strength to throw bike over cracks.
Oct 22, 2016
laura Kimble
Oct 1, 2016
Geoff Guimond
Sep 26, 2016
Juan Lopez
May 9, 2016
Pat Grewe

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  3.9 from 20 votes

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in Utah

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