To the Edge of the World
ElevationAscent: 1,287' 392 m
Descent: -1,286' -392 m
High: 3,109' 948 m
Low: 2,644' 806 m
GradeAvg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 37% (20°)
“Wonderful gravel riding on rough backcountry gravel roads to the Edge of the World.”— Shawn Stangeland
Once the road transitions, the gentle and gradual climb begins. Taking a right at the fork, there is a small detour up the small wadi to a for water collection point or continue on the rolling gravel route. Plenty of small climbs on the rolling gravel road out to the edge of the plateau. Lots of amazing rock formations and wadis to explore on the way with standing water in some locations during the spring time. The plateau was once a coral sea not that long ago therefore loaded with fossils and coral heads among the rocks.
The first destination is to a small point that gives you amazing views of the Edge of the World park. Very fun riding on the rolling gravel road from the vantage point out to the Edge of the World park that has enough features to be considered a good singletrack trail. At the Edge of the World loads of fun climbing and picture taking since it is very popular and friendly park. A lot of fast downhill back to the the small park and the starting point once you are through exploring Edge of the World.
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