PICK UP SPOT
Hazard County Shuttle picks up at the Porcupine Rim parking area, located along the beautiful Colorado River adjacent to Grandstaff Campground. This is the end of the Whole Enchilada trail system and the world famous Porcupine Rim mountain biking trail. Porcupine Rim is one of Moab’s original trails which helped to make the Moab area a mountain biking mecca. We service the Porcupine Rim trail, LPS, and the Pre-Enchilada Early Bird Shuttle from this parking area.
Parking your car here will provide fast and easy access to your vehicle. Which means immediate food, water, and shelter once your ride is complete. If you rented a bike in town, this is a great option for you, ensuring that you return it to the bike shops on time, and avoid additional costly rental charges.
There are numerous reasons why people don’t or can’t ride back to town after an epic day of riding in Moab. Whether it’s a mechanical, lack of food or water, encroaching weather, injury, or pure exhaustion, we’ve got you covered.
From town head North on HWY 191 turn left at the Colorado River onto HWY 128. Drive 4 miles to the Porcupine Rim parking area located on the left side of the road (river side) adjacent to the Grandstaff Campground.
OR BOOK BY PHONE
TRAILS SERVICED FROM THIS LOCATION
14.7 MILES / 1,195′ ELEVATION GAIN / 5% AVE / 42% MAX
Riverside camping designed for tents only. Individual sites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. The campsites offer spectacular views of the Colorado River and the massive red rock cliffs of Arches National Park. This campground is very popular due to its proximity to Moab, its shade in the summer and the beautiful scenery. Located near the Grandstaff Trailhead (hiking) and Porcupine Rim Trail (mountain biking). Typically fills in the morning, from March-October. (Do not enter the river without the required life jackets; it has dangerous under currents.) Individual Sites: 16 (limited to 10 people & two vehicles per site); Water: No; Toilets: Yes; Hook-ups: No
From the intersection of Hwy. 191 and Hwy. 128, drive east 3 miles along the Colorado River. The campground will be on your left.