Hike 6.1 miles into a redrock paradise full of wind-and-water sculptures that seem to defy gravity. You'll see seven amazing arches on this route.
Cruise desert slickrock and sand on this 10.4-mile dayhike to an impressive canyon-top lookout high above the Colorado and Green Rivers.
This 7.1-miler in redrock country showcases art you'll never see in a big-city gallery--some of the world's best-preserved pictographs and petroglyphs.
Take a plunge off Island in the Sky Mesa with this 11.1-mile out and back that drops 1,500-feet for excellent views of the White Rim bench and Lower Lathrop Canyon.
Anasazi ruins, slickrock scrambles, and a wealth of arches spice up a rugged 4-day tour of the Needles.
Is it a meteorite or a salt formation? Gather your own conclusions about the origins of this mysterious ring of rock on this challenging, 7.6-mile loop in Canyonlands National Park.
A staple for any Moab mountain biking trip, this 9.6-mile out-and-back on Amasa Back features big steps and even bigger exposure.
This 11.3-mile Moab loop with up-close cliffside panoramas is a sure path to rock-hopping joy.
Take a roll through Arches National Park to see its namesake rock formations by bike on this 50-mile out-and-back.
Let your imagination ride wild on Bartlett Wash's free-form wonderland of chutes, bowls, steps, and flats.
Put your route-finding skills to the test on this 5-mile trek that ascends rock ledges, skirts slickrock pools, and traverses sandy-bottomed washes.
This short hike threads through a hoodoo-filled climbing mecca with outrageous scenery and countless sidetrip options.
Grab unparalleled views of the La Sal Mountains, Arches National Park, Spanish Valley, and the Colorado River on this 4.2-mile hike near downtown Moab.
Take an easy 4.4-mile walk--perfect for the whole family--through a stream-laced canyon to a picturesque rock bridge. Water shoes recommended.
This 14-mile mountain bike trail is quintessential Moab: Huge jumps, grippy slickrock, and sweet singletrack.
A fat-tire classic, Slickrock mountain bike trail loops through 9 miles of Utah’s saffron-swirled canyon country over rubber-testing sandstone domes.
Rip through 6 miles of rarefied singletrack to a slickrock playground on this jeep-free bike ride just north of Moab.
Amasa Back has long been one of Moab's classic out and back rides. The climb up the jeep road is filled with technical steeps and the views are absolutely stellar the whole way. What Amasa lacked was great singletrack. Well....it lacks no more!
This ride climbs up Amasa Back on the traditional jeep road route, hits Pothole Arch and then returns on the ultra technical Rockstacker route finally finishing on Jackson Trail singletrack to close the loop. This ride is certainly among the best Moab has to offer.
Slickrock is the trail that put Moab on the mountain biking map. At 11 miles long, it's entirely on Navajo sandstone. The sandstone sticks to your tires like glue allowing incrediblly steep climbs as long as you can get on top of the bars and mash the crank. Follow the white dashed line to stay on track - it's remarkablly easy to get lost in the "moonscape" without guidance from the line. Couple the unique slickrock technical riding with gorgeous views of Moab, the Colorado River, and the La Sal Mountains and you'll know why many consider this the best trail in the World.