Beginning Point: 6 miles past the Slickrock Trail parking area on the Sand Flats Road.
Length: 14.4 miles.
Type of Ride: 11 miles of jeep route; 3 miles of singletrack.
Area Attractions: Great views of Castle Valley and the Colorado River; exhilirating downhill riding.
Route Description: This popular trail is probably the second-most difficult bike trail in the Moab area. Descending nearly 3000 feet from upper Sand Flats Road to the Colorado River, this trail demands technical riding skills. Its backcountry nature demands that riders pay close attention to the route markings found along the trail.
The singletrack portion of the trail is within the Negro Bill Canyon Wilderness Study Area (WSA); therefore, it is imperative that riders stay on the trail. Additional information can be found on the Sand Flats Recreation Area website.
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