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Trail

10.5 mile 16.8 kilometer point to point
Doubletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 668' 204 m
Descent: -750' -229 m
High: 5,756' 1,754 m
Low: 5,192' 1,583 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 3% (1°)
Max Grade: 14% (8°)

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Trail shared by F. Felix

The route of a classic, but punishing endurance race that ran for 18 years.

F. Felix

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Description

This trail runs through beautiful terrain and often punishing conditions. It parallels, then joins with the Behind the Rocks road to complete a roughly 15-mile loop.

With about twice your recommended daily allowance of sand, the ride is harder than the mileage would suggest. Many stretches are more likely to be used by OHVs than bicycles.

Despite a few really fun sections, this one really isn't worth riding unless you're curious about the famous 24 hour race that used to be run here.

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May 23, 2017
Baron Kamp

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in Utah

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Like many Moab rides, you need to be selective in your timing here. Hit it low-season, mid-week after rain, and this ride is a delight. Show up after (or while) the OHVs have churned it up and you'll be hating life. Apr 22, 2019

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