MCNCA Mountain Biking

Designated Trails

Mack Ridge Area  - 12 miles west of Grand Junction, this area is located between Loma, CO and Mack, CO, south of I-70.  Mountain biking in this area consists of the Kokopelli's Trail and it's six loops.

Horsethief Bench - 3.4 mile loop, moderate - strenuous
Lion's Loop - 7.8 miles, strenuous
Mary's Loop - 9.3 miles, moderate
Rustler's Loop - 4 miles, easy
Steve's Loop - 2.9 miles, moderate
Troy Built Loop - 8 miles, strenuous

Kokopelli's Trail - 15 miles west of Grand Junction, 142 miles one way to Moab, Utah, easy to difficult.  Ride an additional 29 miles of trail by taking the side loops, near Grand Junction (Horsethief Bench, Lion's, Mary's, Rustler's Steve's and Troy Built loops).

 

Mountain Biking within McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area (NCA) - Within McInnis Canyons NCA,   mountain biking is limited to designated roads and trails.  You will find within a specific area there may be many roads/trails. However, the only ones that may be ridden are the roads/trails designated as "open" to mountain biking


Using Undeveloped Campsites

Be an Ethical Rider - Rules of the Trail