Hazard County Shuttle departs from the Porcupine Rim parking lot, 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, and the Whole Enchilada lower section LPS (Lower Porcupine Singletrack) 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 eliminating the 6 mile pedal back to Moab.

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.

If you are riding the Porcupine Rim, or LPS, this is where we’ll pick you up. Please be ready to board the shuttle 15 minutes prior to departure.


OR BOOK BY PHONE

Hazard County Shuttle departs from the Porcupine Rim parking lot, 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, and the Whole Enchilada lower section LPS (Lower Porcupine Singletrack) 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 eliminating the 6 mile pedal back to Moab.

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.

If you are riding the Porcupine Rim, or LPS, this is where we’ll pick you up. Please be ready to board the shuttle 15 minutes prior to departure.


OR BOOK BY PHONE

TRAILS SERVICED FROM THIS LOCATION

mag_7_logo_rail_00   LPS  ◈

LPS is a Black Diamond rated trail which connects UPS to the top of the Porcupine Rim route
1.5 miles / 86′ elevation gain / -6% ave / -33% max

Trail & Riding information for LPS

Porcupine Rim Logo   PORCUPINE RIM  ◈

Porcupine Rim is rated Black Diamond and is a must ride trail during your time in Moab.
14.7 miles / 1,195′ elevation gain / 5% ave / 42% max

Trail & Riding information for Porcupine Rim

TRAILS SERVICED FROM THIS LOCATION

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   LPS  ◈

LPS is a Black Diamond rated trail which connects UPS to the top of the Porcupine Rim route

1.5 mi / 86′ elevation gain / -6% ave / -33% max

Porcupine Rim Logo

   PORCUPINE RIM  ◈

Porcupine Rim is rated Black Diamond and is a must ride trail during your time in Moab.

14.7 mi / 1,195′ elevation gain / 5% ave / 42% max

Photo Porcupine Rim Parking Lot with the Hazard County Shuttle Van in Moab Utah
Porcupine Rim Parking Lot

The Hazard County Shuttle van shown here at Porcupine Rim Parking Lot.

Photograph of cars parked at Porcupine Rim Parking Lot Moab Utah
Porcupine Rim Self Parking

The Porcupine Rim Parking Lot. Early bird, gets a good parking spot!

Porcupine Rim Trailhead Parking Sign Moab Utah
Porcupine Rim Trailhead Parking

You’ll know you’re in the right spot when you can see this sign! Welcome to the Porcupine Rim Parking Lot, Moab Utah.

Photo Porcupine Rim Parking Lot with the Hazard County Shuttle Van in Moab Utah
Porcupine Rim Parking Lot

The Hazard County Shuttle van shown here at Porcupine Rim Parking Lot.

Photograph of cars parked at Porcupine Rim Parking Lot Moab Utah
Porcupine Rim Self Parking

The Porcupine Rim Parking Lot. Early bird, gets a good parking spot!

Porcupine Rim Trailhead Parking Sign Moab Utah
Porcupine Rim Trailhead

You’ll know you’re in the right spot when you can see this sign! Welcome to the Porcupine Rim Parking Lot, Moab Utah.

Porcupine Rim Trailhead Parking

Porcupine Rim is rated a Black Diamond in difficulty and e-bikes are not permitted. The trail begins with a 3 -mile technical climb ascending 900 feet to the Porcupine Rim overlook. Followed by an 11-mile, 2800-foot descent down to the Colorado River. There are breath taking views of Castle Valley and the Colorado River. The lower single track section is extremely technical with a few exposed sections that may require walking. When in Doubt Walk It Out.

Get a taste of the Whole Enchilada by riding the lower section which is comprised of LPS (lower porcupine single track) and the World famous Porcupine Rim trail. There is an option of starting the ride a little higher with a short pedal to access UPS ( upper porcupine single track). This would allow you to ride three (3) of the seven trails without committing to the entire Whole Enchilada trail system.

Trailhead facilities include an information board, vault toilet, trail register and limited parking. The water in the stock tanks at the trailhead is not potable. Normal riding season for the trail is from late March through late October. Due to the high elevation of the rim, snow, rain or cold temperatures may occur during early spring and late fall.

Porcupine Rim Parking Lot Directions

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. The parking area is a large dirt lot capable of accommodating over 30 vehicles. Do not depend on your mobile device to find this campground as cell reception is spotty at best on the river road.

Porcupine Rim Trailhead Parking

Porcupine Rim is rated a Black Diamond in difficulty and e-bikes are not permitted. The trail begins with a 3 -mile technical climb ascending 900 feet to the Porcupine Rim overlook. Followed by an 11-mile, 2800-foot descent down to the Colorado River. There are breath taking views of Castle Valley and the Colorado River. The lower single track section is extremely technical with a few exposed sections that may require walking. When in Doubt Walk It Out.

Get a taste of the Whole Enchilada by riding the lower section which is comprised of LPS (lower porcupine single track) and the World famous Porcupine Rim trail. There is an option of starting the ride a little higher with a short pedal to access UPS ( upper porcupine single track). This would allow you to ride three (3) of the seven trails without committing to the entire Whole Enchilada trail system.

Trailhead facilities include an information board, vault toilet, trail register and limited parking. The water in the stock tanks at the trailhead is not potable. Normal riding season for the trail is from late March through late October. Due to the high elevation of the rim, snow, rain or cold temperatures may occur during early spring and late fall.

Porcupine Rim Parking Lot Directions

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. The parking area is a large dirt lot capable of accommodating over 30 vehicles. Do not depend on your mobile device to find this campground as cell reception is spotty at best on the river road.

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