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Ramblin'

 4.7 (58)

3.3 Miles 5.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

195' 60 m

Ascent

-398' -121 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

5,279' 1,609 m

High

4,971' 1,515 m

Low

Shared By Robbie the Dog

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All Clear 11 days ago
Mostly Dry, Some Mud History

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Nice rolling trail on slick rock and (mostly packed) dirt. Good views abound on this moderate trail.

Robbie the Dog

Dogs Unknown

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Description

Ridden west to east, this fun ride trends downhill, with just a few climbs. There is a nice mix of slickrock and dirt with a few short sandy spots thrown in. Follow the paint and you'll be fine! A good ride for a beginning/intermediate rider. This is part of the Navajo Rocks trail area, which includes Ramblin and RockyTops.

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Oct 10, 2018
Tom Dancs
Oct 8, 2018
M C
Oct 6, 2018
Wes Y
Oct 5, 2018
Clayton Saltijeral
Sep 25, 2018
Kyle Brunick
Great light technical ride with great scenery.
Sep 22, 2018
Erika Tokarz
Sep 22, 2018
Katie Rutherford
Sep 22, 2018
Susan Stringfellow

Trail Ratings

  4.7 from 58 votes

#1

in Navajo Rocks

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in Navajo Rocks

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in Utah

#27

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Jeff Berschling
Denver, CO
Jeff Berschling   Denver, CO
This is incredible fun (I rode it downhill). Like an easy Slick Rock with some nice sandy singletrack mixed in. Beautiful ride. Sep 6, 2016
Ramblin is a fun non technical ride with great Moab scenery. I would recommend this to anyone looking for mellow terrain. You can do this as an out and back or combine with Big Mesa, Coney and Rocky tops for a longer ride with more varied terrain. Aug 3, 2018

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