Pipe Dream Trail System
The Pipe Dream trail system (created in 2010) is the closest trail system to Moab. Pipe Dream is a tough trail with very narrow, steep corners and many areas with exposures. This trail is used by many locals for dog walking and hiking; please keep your speed down and watch for hikers. There are maps and signs at every junction in the system. Riders should bring their own maps for navigation. Maps are available as printouts off of this site or for purchase on waterproof paper at all local bike shops.
Easy Intermediate Difficult
Trail Length (miles)
4.8 one way
Riding Season: March to November
Directions: The Pipe Dream trail system can be accessed from 3 different trailheads. The main starting point is the Hidden Valley Trailhead. To reach the traidhead go south on Highway 191 four miles from the intersection of Main Street (Highway 191) and Center Street. Turn right on Angel Rock Road and follow it to the parking lot. The second trailhead is on Jackson Street. Starting at Main and Center Streets go south on Main Street for 1.25 miles and turn right on Jackson Street. No parking is available at this trailhead. The third trailhead is at Aspen Street. Starting at the intersection of Main and Center Streets go south on Main Street for 0.6 miles and turn right on Kane Creek Road. In 0.3 miles turn left onto Aspen Avenue and continue to the top of the hill. There is no parking at this trailhead.
Contact Information: Bureau of Land Management, 82 E Dogwood, Moab Utah, 84532, 435-259-2100