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McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area:

Mack Ridge

 

Mountain bikers

[McInnis Canyons NCA]

 

[Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness]

[Devils Canyon]

[Rabbit Valley]

[Ruby-Horsethief River Corridor]

 

Mack Ridge is an undulating, sparsely-vegetated ridge bordering the Colorado River within McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area. The 142-mile Kokopelli's Trail, which extends into Moab, UT, features unrivaled long-distance mountain biking. Meanwhile, the extensive Kokopelli Loops trail system offers endless opportunities for technical riding.

Field Office:  Grand Junction

Total Area:  5,831 acres

Activities:
  • Hiking
  • Mountain biking



     
Attractions, Facilities, & Services:
  • Mountain biking outfitters
  • Single-track trails
  • Restrooms
  • Parking
  • Available in Grand Junction and Fruita: lodging, restaurants and shops

Directions:  From Grand Junction, travel west on I-70 past Fruita and take exit 15. Turn left onto 13 Road/US-50/Highway 139. After crossing over I-70, immediately turn right. Turn left just before the weigh station and follow the signs for Kokopelli's Trailhead staging area.


Downloads:

Map of 
Kokopelli's Trail