Get Outside and Ride!
The majestic Red Fleet riding complex near Vernal, Utah offers some of the best single track mountain bike trail in the state. Jazz-Chromolly offers sweeping, slalom downhill sections that will leave you breathless and wishing for more! The Handsome Cabin Boy trail offers some technical slick rock climbs and descents near the picturesque Red Fleet Reservoir, so stop in and take a swim to cool off along the way! Our newest trail addition, J-Boy offers one of the best views in the area at the peak of the climb, technical slick rock and a super-technical descent is not for the faint of heart. Advanced riders, this trail is what you have been waiting for!
The McCoy Flats Complex has something for beginners through advanced mountain biking enthusiasts. With flowing, sinuous desert single track to challenging climbs and technical moves, you'll find it all on our world class trail system. Approximately 60 trail miles are planned in this area, and as a stacked loop system, you can come for an hour or ride all day.
For more information about the McCoy Flats and Red Fleet Trail Complexes, and other riding opportunities located near Vernal, contact the Vernal Field Office at (435)781-4400. Enjoy your public lands!
The Red Fleet Non-Motorized Trail Complex offers approximately 12 miles of opportunities for Mountain Biking and Hiking enthusiasts. With a stacked loop system, you can combine different trails to make a short trip with breathtaking vistas overlooking the reservoir at the Red Fleet State Park and the Battleship formations, or add some distance and challenge while hiking through our beautiful desert environment. Remember your standard safety measures for hiking and biking in the desert.
The McCoy Flats Non-Motorized Trail Complex offers approximately 60 miles of opportunities for Mountain Biking and hiking enthusiasts. With a stacked looped system, you can combine different trails to add some distance and challenge. The McCoy Flats trails were designed by locals, with the assistance of meandering cattle who helped create a sweet trail system through the desert. The Bureau of Land Management along with Northern Utah Mountain Biking, Altitude Cycle and other riding enthusiasts have helped to make McCoy stand out as a premier desert riding experience. Enjoy and bring a glass of milk to toast all the hard work.
Remember your safety measures for hiking and biking in the desert.