Best Mountain Biking in Utah

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Utah, Grand County

03 :11 hrs
11.8 mi
201.00659 ft

This loop starts near Gemini Bridges and climbs uphill via Getaway Trail towards Rt 313 and then downhill on Bull Run Trail. These trails are part of the Magnificent 7 trails. Getaway is rated as Green and Bull Run as Blue. They both offer great views all around. There's a mix of slick rock and dirt but not too much soft sand.


Utah, Grand County

01 :25 hrs
5.6 mi
192.1875 ft

Technical climb to a technical downhill


Utah, Draper

01 :14 hrs
4.8 mi
268.71814 ft

This is the map for climbing Clarks trail and then descending Rush flow trail. Super fun and fast flow trail.


Utah, Draper

02 :40 hrs
10.2 mi
473.21472 ft

One of my personal favorite loops in this area. Single track climbing with awesome views into Salt Lake County up to the top of Rush downhill trail. For a shorter ride descend here. Keep pedaling up the Jacobs ladder access trail with some super steep climbs to push you but amazing views into Utah county to keep your mind in good condition! There's not much shade after passing rush trail so keep that in mind! Jacobs ladder trail has lots of large rocks to ride over but there are easy ways around them. Descend and keep left till the dirt road and take that back up to rush for a fun flowy descent!


Utah, Salt Lake County

05 :11 hrs
23.3 mi
1506.8916 ft

Fast and flowy to steep climbs to more fast and flowy with some tech thrown in there. It can get a little confusing on where to go the lower you get but that's why you have this app.


Utah, Washington County

02 :48 hrs
10.4 mi
94.17444 ft

On of the best mountain bike trails in the area. Great technical ride that keeps you on you toes, tons of tricky climbs and drops. There are several options for shortcuts and extensions of this ride. This version covers the main big loop option. Make sure you take hard right immediately after exiting the fence around the parking lot. The road out to this trail can be impassable when wet.


Utah, Grand County

01 :18 hrs
2.6 mi
106.59143 ft

Bartlett Wash is a giant playground of slickrock. From the parking area follow the trail to the right that leads to a sandstone ledge. There is no designated trail, just head west and pick your own route. There is a variety of terrain and skill level to explore. This terrain often causes flat tires and etc. so be prepared with a repair kit, pump and extra tube.


Utah, Washington County

02 :44 hrs
10.2 mi
54.99463 ft

Great mountain biking trail. Mix of slick rock and dirt with some really cool sections. Moderate technical difficulty with a few tricky obstacles now and then. The trail follows the rim of a Mesa giving great views of the area including views of Zion national park. Do not do when wet, the road to the trail head can be treacherous when wet.


Utah, Grand County

27 :42 hrs
100.7 mi
696.88464 ft

Located in Canyonlands National Park the White Rim Loop starts at the bottom of Mineral Bottom. It is best done as a multi-day trip and can be do ridden in either direction.


Utah, Weber County

00 :59 hrs
3.8 mi
222.35205 ft

This is the upper Mule trail. It climbs up to the top of a ridge and overlooks a waterfall. The trail is in great shape and contains some good downhill sections. This route combines the Mule Ear with the Mule Connector to create a complete loop. You can also combine the Mule foot and/or bicentennial with this section for a longer ride.

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