All levels of riders are welcome
1 - 14 guests / private groups available
$100 - $1,250 per person
March - May / September - October
1 - 5 days
Here's a short list of our favorite trails in Moab. Read about them here
Welcome to Moab!
The area is famous for its red, red “slickrock” sandstone that is anything but for super-grippy mountain bike tires. You’ll feel like you can ride straight up high-angle inclines that you’d otherwise hike-a-bike — granny gear or not. Mountain bikers initially come to bike the sandstone, but they return time and time again for the diversity of Moab’s terrain and the technical complexity of its trails.
Enjoy some of the best trails in the country
Moab’s signature Slickrock Trail and The Whole Enchilada are two of the area’s many top ranked mountain bike trails in the country. While Moab has so many legendary trails, here are a few that stand apart from the rest: HyMasa/Captain Ahab, Mag 7, Porcupine Rim, and the Dead Horse Point Tour.
If you want more information about The Whole Enchilada, Captain Ahab, Slickrock, Mag 7 and Lazy/EZ Loop? Read 57hours' Best Mountain Biking Trails In Moab.
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Our favorite MTB adventures in Moab
Slickrock - half day
Ride the trail that put Moab on the mountain biking map! Moab’s classic Slickrock Trail is an 11 mile treat that delivers enough uphill and downhill on its world-famous sandstone that you’ll be ready for a second lap before you finish your first. Learn more at Moab Cyclery
Dead Horse Point Mountain Bike Tour - Half day
Cruise 2,000’ above the Colorado River and take in Moab’s breathtaking scenery on this 14 mile singletrack loop. This trail is perfect for beginner and intermediate riders looking to discover what makes Moab the mecca that it is! Learn more at Moab Adventure Center
Porcupine Rim - Full day
Another Moab classic, Porcupine Rim delivers on white-knuckle, technical riding with blink-and-you-miss-it views and an amazing downhill finish — make sure to ride with care on the edge of Castle Valley! This ride’s for more experience riders. Learn more at Rim Tours
The Maze - A Tour though Canyonlands National Park - 5 days
Explore Canyonlands National Park’s most remote area: The Maze. From the stunning views into the The Maze at Hans Flat to the final breathtaking ascent to Lake Powell, you’ll not find a magical combination of scenery and singletrack anywhere else. Learn more about this southwestern gem at Western Spirit Cycling Adventures.
Who should go to Moab?
Moab is perfect for beginners and advanced advanced mountain bikers who are looking to explore Moab’s diverse terrain. There’s also plenty of trails that are family friendly, depending on each rider’s level of experience.
Need to know
When is the best time to go?
While Moab is rideable year round, just remember that it is in the desert! If you choose to visit during the summer months, plan on early morning or late evening rides — and drink lots and lots of water.
What about bad weather?
Inclement weather can very rarely get in the way of your mountain bike tour, so ask your guide for more information.
What's a typical tour itinerary?
• Meet up with your group at the designated location
• Check your bike! Make sure everything’s calibrated
• Anywhere from 10 to 40 miles of world class mountain biking!
• On multi-day tours you can count meals, camping and support truck being covered by your guiding service
• Depending on the group size there may be one or more guides
What about group sizes?
Group sizes are deliberately kept small so that you can get the most out of your guided tour. Pricing is for 1:1 ration of guide to guest. With more guests, the cost drops accordingly - it's the perfect chance to go riding with friends and family.
Fly to Moab, UT (CNY); Grand Junction, CO (GJT) is about a two hour drive away; Salt Lake City, UT (SLC) is four hours by car.