Hazard County Shuttle is the only bike shuttle company in Moab that offers mountain bike trailhead departures for Mag-7, Porcupine Rim Classic, Raptor Route, and the Whole Enchilada Lower Section.

This means your car will be waiting for you at the end of your ride and will eliminate the road ride back into town.

Popular Mountain Bike Trails We Shuttle

The Whole Enchilada Lower Section $35.00

13.5 miles / 300' elevation gain / 7,284' high / 3,985' low / -4.8% avg. grade / -33% max grade
◈ ADVANCED – Technical Features and Physically Challenging

Raptor Route $30.00

12 miles / 2,519' descent / 7,275' high / 5,125' low / 6% avg. grade / 15% max grade
INTERMEDIATE – With Advanced Sections, Eagle Eye, Hawks Glide, Falcon Flow, and Kestrel Run combine together to make up the Raptor Route

More Bike Trails in Moab:
Gravitron ◈
Secret Passage
The Edge

MTB Shuttles:

Hazard County Shuttle offers mountain bike shuttle service in the greater Moab, Utah areas. We are the only bike shuttle company in Moab that offers mountain bike trailhead departures for Mag-7, Porcupine Rim Classic, Raptor Route, and the Whole Enchilada Lower Section.

Kokopelli Trail

The Kokopelli Trail is a renowned 140-mile (225 km) multi-use trail located near Moab, Utah, that connects the city with Loma, Colorado. The trail, named after the ancient Anasazi deity Kokopelli, offers stunning desert landscapes, challenging mountain biking, and breathtaking views of the Colorado River and La Sal Mountains.

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The Magnificent 7, or Mag-7, is a thrilling trail network located near Moab, Utah, known for its incredible mountain biking opportunities. This interconnected system of singletrack trails spans approximately 26 miles (42 km) and takes riders through the awe-inspiring desert landscapes of the region. The Mag-7 trail features a mix of slickrock, sandstone ledges, and flowy dirt sections, offering riders varying levels of difficulty and technical challenges.

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Moab Brands / Bar-M

The Moab Brands Trail, located near Moab, Utah, is a popular trail system that offers a diverse range of recreational activities for outdoor enthusiasts. Named after the cattle brands of Bar-M, Circle-O, Rockin-A, and Bar-B, the trail network covers over 30 miles (48 km) of interconnected singletrack and doubletrack trails suitable for mountain biking, hiking, and trail running. Featuring a mix of slickrock, sandy terrain, and rolling hills, the Moab Brands Trail caters to various skill levels, from beginner to advanced.

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Porcupine Rim Classic

The Porcupine Rim Classic Trail, situated near Moab, Utah, is an iconic and challenging mountain biking and hiking trail that showcases the region's stunning natural beauty. This 14.7-mile (23.6 km) point-to-point trail boasts exhilarating descents, technical sections, and breathtaking views of the Colorado River and the surrounding red rock canyons. Starting from the Sand Flats Recreation Area, the trail initially climbs before transitioning into a thrilling downhill ride or hike through slickrock, ledges, and loose rocks. The Porcupine Rim Classic Trail is not for the faint-hearted, as it demands a high level of technical skill and fitness from its visitors.

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Raptor Route

The Raptor Route Trail, located in Moab, Utah, is a new local favorite. This blue square intermediate trail is a 12 -mile (19 km) loop trail features a blend of slickrock, sandy sections, and rolling terrain, providing mountain bikers, hikers, and trail runners with a moderate challenge. The Raptor Route Trail takes visitors through picturesque scenery, including red rock formations and captivating views of the Abajo, Henrys, and La Sal Mountain ranges. The Raptor Route Trail is an excellent option for those seeking a more peaceful and less crowded adventure in the heart of Utah's red rock country. The Raptor Route combines Eagle Eye, Hawks Glide, Falcon Flow, and Kestrel Run.

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San Juan Huts

The San Juan Huts Trail is a unique and adventurous multi-day route located near Moab, Utah, that offers an immersive backcountry experience for mountain bikers and hikers. This extensive trail system stretches over 215 miles (346 km) between Moab, Utah, and Telluride, Colorado, traversing diverse landscapes such as high desert plateaus, alpine forests, and majestic mountains. Along the route, visitors will find a series of rustic huts strategically placed to provide shelter, basic amenities, and a memorable overnight stay. The San Juan Huts Trail offers varying levels of difficulty, from moderate to challenging.

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The Slickrock Trail, located in Moab, Utah, is a world-famous mountain biking and hiking trail that offers an unforgettable adventure amidst the region's striking red rock landscape. This 10.5-mile (16.9 km) loop trail consists primarily of smooth Navajo sandstone, giving it the "slickrock" name, and presents a unique and challenging experience for outdoor enthusiasts. With steep inclines, sharp descents, and technical sections, the Slickrock Trail demands a high level of skill and fitness from its visitors.

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The Whole Enchilada

The Whole Enchilada Lower Section is a thrilling and challenging portion of the world-renowned Whole Enchilada Trail located near Moab, Utah. This lower section, which covers approximately 20 miles (32 km) of the full 34-mile (54 km) route, showcases Moab's diverse and stunning landscapes, taking mountain bikers and hikers through a mix of slickrock, sandstone ledges, and flowing singletrack. The trail offers a variety of technical challenges and breathtaking views of the La Sal Mountains, red rock canyons, and the Colorado River.

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There are several reasons why a mountain biker might choose to ride the Moab canyons for their next vacation.

  • Spectacular Scenery: Moab is renowned for its breathtaking natural landscapes, including red rock canyons, towering mesas, and stunning desert vistas. Mountain biking in this unique environment allows riders to immerse themselves in the beauty of the region.
  • World-Class Trails: Moab is home to an extensive network of world-class mountain biking trails. From beginner-friendly routes to challenging technical descents, there is something for every skill level. Trails like the Slickrock Trail, Porcupine Rim Classic, and the Whole Enchilada are famous among mountain bikers worldwide.
  • Diverse Terrain: Moab offers a wide variety of terrain for mountain biking. Riders can navigate through slickrock formations, pedal along sandy trails, tackle rocky descents, and navigate technical sections. The diverse landscape keeps the riding experience exciting and engaging.
  • Accessibility: Moab is easily accessible, located in southeastern Utah and within a day's drive of many major cities in the western United States. The proximity to major airports and the availability of bike rental and shuttle services make it convenient for visitors.
  • Outdoor Adventure Hub: Moab is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, offering a wide range of activities beyond mountain biking. Visitors can explore Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, go hiking, rock climbing, rafting, or even take a scenic flight over the area. The abundance of options makes it an ideal location for adventure seekers.
  • Mountain Biking Community: Moab has a thriving mountain biking community and is often regarded as a mecca for riders. The town hosts various mountain biking events and festivals throughout the year, creating a vibrant atmosphere and providing opportunities to connect with like-minded riders.

Overall, Moab's stunning scenery, world-class trails, diverse terrain, accessibility, outdoor adventure opportunities, and strong mountain biking community make it an attractive destination for anyone seeking an unforgettable mountain biking experience.

Call Now 435-210-8082 to book your adventure or receive more information.