The Raptor Route is Moab’s newest trail system becoming an instant local favorite. This 9.5 mile trail is rated a blue square, making it an intermediate trail on the level of difficulty. Nothing too technical, fun, fast, and flowy. It is comprised of two new trails. Eagle Eye a 2.3-mile singletrack makes up the top section of Raptor Route and Falcon Flow a 5.7-mile singletrack trail makes up the bottom portion.
Whole Enchilada Lower Section
Get a taste of the best section of Whole Enchilada trail system by combining LPS (Lower Porcupine Singletrack) with Porcupine Rim. A short pedal from the drop off location you also have the option of incorporating UPS (Upper Porcupine Singletrack) trail. We depart from the bottom of the trail eliminating the 6 mile pedal back to town. No need for an all day commitment of the Whole Enchilada trail system when you can ride the lower section and still have energy left in the tank for tomorrows ride.
The Magnificent 7 or Mag-7 links the upper and lower portions of Gemini Bridges Road. The trail can be ridden in a number of different ways, but best when shuttled to, and ridden as a 26-mile point to point. The trails that can be linked up in the Mag-7 area: Gemini Bridges, Bull Run, Arth’s Corner, Great Escape, Little Canyon, Gold Bar, Golden Spike, and The Poison Spider Trail, with an option to finish down the Portal Trail. You can keep the ride on an intermediate to slightly advanced level by exiting Gemini Bridges Road. Or, make it an expert epic by connecting Goldbar Rim to Moab’s most difficult trail, the Portal trail.
Moab Brands / Bar-M
The Moab Brands area AKA (Bar-M) is a great place for families with varying skill levels with a number of different trails to choose from. The area is very user friendly and has trail maps posted at each trailhead. Comprising over 30 miles of intersecting singletrack, that include flat trails suitable for children and towing toddlers, to intermediate and black diamond trails to challenge even the most advanced riders.