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Rocky Tops

 4.2 (44)

4.6 Miles 7.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

413' 126 m

Ascent

-314' -96 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

11%

Max Grade (6°)

5,276' 1,608 m

High

5,014' 1,528 m

Low

Shared By Robbie the Dog

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A nice rolling trail off of Utah 313.

Robbie the Dog

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Description

A good link up with Ramblin' (and about the same difficulty), this trail rolls up the opposite side of Utah 313. This has a bit more sand, but more of the same short climbs, flow, slickrock, and great views of Monitor and Merrimack, the La Sals, etc. Probably not crowded, either!
This is part of the Navajo Rocks trail area, which includes Ramblin and Rocky Tops.

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Check-Ins

Oct 22, 2018
Linda Lee
This trail is great fun with technical challenges.
Oct 10, 2018
Tom Dancs
Oct 8, 2018
M C
Oct 5, 2018
Clayton Saltijeral
Sep 25, 2018
Kyle Brunick
Great light technical ride with some fun flow.
Sep 21, 2018
Don Childrey
4.6mi
Jun 5, 2018
Taryn Brooke
May 1, 2018
Gosia Lieske
West 4.6mi — 1h 15m

Trail Ratings

  4.2 from 44 votes

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We rode the Navajo Rocks loop starting with Ramblin and ending with Rocky Tops. This section of the loop I found to have a few more technical challenges and a little more climbing than the other trails. Each trail within the Navajo Rocks Loop has a different feel to it and all combined offers a great day of riding along with some of the best scenery around. Aug 3, 2018

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