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Klondike Bluffs Trail 11-Mile Guided Mountain Biking Adventure
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North Klondike Bluffs 12-16 Mile Guided Mountain Bike Tour
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Getting harder the further you go, this trail passes over slickrock and through beautiful scenery.
  • Excellent66%
  • Very good29%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“baby steps” (4 reviews)
“single track” (4 reviews)
“slick rock” (7 reviews)
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Moab, UT
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"baby steps"
in 4 reviews
"single track"
in 4 reviews
"slick rock"
in 7 reviews
"dinosaur footprints"
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"bike ride"
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"blm land"
in 2 reviews
"porcupine rim"
in 2 reviews
"climbs and descents"
in 2 reviews
"onion creek"
in 2 reviews
"mile drive"
in 2 reviews
"mountain biker"
in 2 reviews
"beautiful area"
in 2 reviews
"lots of fun"
in 2 reviews
"agate"
in 5 reviews
"jurassic"
in 5 reviews
"alaska"
in 3 reviews
"rider"
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Reviewed 1 week ago

One of my favorite rides is a Klondikes at sunset. Even in low light the white rock trail can be seen well. The drive in is fairly short and fun with a huge place to park! Its an out n back trail so if you...More

Thank dc243180
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Reviewed 30 October 2017

We rode Rode Dyno, EKG, Alaska, and Homer. It was almost an hour from our condo which was the only bad part. EKG is a lung buster as it goes from ridge to bottom a few times, thus the name. Alaska has more technical riding...More

Thank mplafferty
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Reviewed 2 August 2017

A wonderful scenic drive. It is impossible not to be impressed by this scenery. You get a real feeling for being away from all the cares of the world.

Thank suzanne k
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Reviewed 19 June 2017

We camped here for four nights in May. It was hot and serene, with great views. We walked the cycling trails in the bluffs in early morning, terrific views. Only downside is the wind. Every single day presented an afternoon windstorm that lasted until nightfall....More

Thank Leasa H
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Reviewed 27 May 2017

I am fairly novice at MBT (definitely NOT a black diamond rider). I went here by myself while visiting Moab and found the trails to be varied and really enjoyed riding. It was not crowded and the views were very nice. I really appreciated the...More

Thank kayakergrl2017
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Reviewed 23 May 2017

Rode MTB on 15 miles of trails in this system in mid May 2017. Great mix of red dirt, flowing single track, slick rock, fun climbs and descents. About 20 miles north of Moab but well worth the ride. You would never expect this trail...More

Thank Tom G
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Reviewed 17 May 2017 via mobile

I am a novice mountain biker and a little anxious when it comes to technical trails. Klondike Bluff's trail system is extensive and remote. It's about 12 miles north of Moab, so a great place to hit on your way in or out. It's on...More

Thank JillyL92
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Reviewed 9 May 2017 via mobile

We did the Jeep trail at Klondike Bluffs called Fallen Peace Officer Trail. Rated "blue" - moderate - there were only a couple of technical spots to navigate. Lots of spots for nice photos. Views of both Canyon Lands and Arches parks. It took us...More

Thank mtnwinegirl
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Reviewed 11 April 2017

This trail is next to a newe, large trail system that also has a lot of tremendous trails. But if you haven't ridden this, you should. It's mostly uphill to the top, where you park your bike in a bike rack and walk the last...More

Thank Live4VacationTrips
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Reviewed 7 April 2017

I'm a novice and really enjoyed the Jurassic, Agate and Jasper trails. Lots of open rolling stretches along with climbs and only a few short spots I had to walk. That's just me. Plenty of more challenging trails for husband to ride. No facilities at...More

Thank dimar992001
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Mary V
10 May 2017|
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Response from mtnwinegirl | Reviewed this property |
Yes - absolutely. We saw motor homes on that road. Just drive it slowly, as conditions change with the wind, weather, riders, etc. Have fun
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