Klondike Bluffs Area Trails
Beginning Point: 16 miles north of Moab on Highway 191, just north of mile marker 142.
Length: 16 miles round-trip.
Type of Ride: Dirt road and slickrock.
Area Attractions: Slickrock riding; views of the Klondike Bluffs in Arches National Park; dinosaur tracks along road.
Route Description: The trail starts on a maintained county road and then becomes an old jeep trail. At about the 4 mile mark, the trail ascends white slickrock fins, rejoining the jeep road at the top of the bluff. Riders must leave their bikes at the Arches National Park boundary. A short walk up an old roadbed leads to great views of the Park. No bikes are allowed in the Park. Look for the dinosaur tracks in the middle portion of the trail.
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