“Luke's Loop combines a handful of trails to make up a quick singletrack loop with great views.”
— Dave Kelly
Please be respectful of Private Property.
Great cross-country singletrack with excellent views of the Book Cliffs. This intermediate trail offers lots of great technical riding without a ton of elevation gain or loss.
Need to Know
Watch for flash floods if rain is threatening as portions of this trail are in a wash.
Start at the Luke's trailhead located off of 900 North in Price, UT. For a couple extra hundred feet of climbing, start from the end of the paved road and ride up Wood Hill Road. Most people ride the loop in a clockwise direction.
Follow the most used trail and signs for Luke's Trail
until you hit the first cattle guard where you'll start to head North following the rim of Warehouse Canyon. Go over the first cattle guard out to a great overlook and fun riding. After a while, the trail will start to turn you South again, and you'll want to look for a second cattle guard and cross it.
Once you cross the doubletrack road again, look for a sign pointing you towards the West where'll you see a small sign marking the IMBAtween
trail. Watch for barbed wire on the crossing. Stay on the rim following Mead's Wash South. Eventually, you'll bear west on the Knot Pete's Rim trail, and this will finish off the loop.
Look for a cool addition called Wyatt's Way that will extend your ride another mile and a half along the rim before heading back to your car.