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Kokopelli's Mountain Biking Trail

Basics
Location:
From Loma, Colorado to Moab, Utah
Length:
142 miles oneway
Difficulty:
Intermediate,
Advanced
Time To Allow:
4 to 6 days for complete trail
Elevation Range:
4100 feet to 8400 feet
Elevation Change:
4300 feet
Season:
March to November

Description

Kokopelli's Trail is an epic biking route that lies mostly in Utah. The trail runs for 142 miles between Loma, Colorado (a few miles west of Grand Junction) and Moab, Utah, winding through remote desert sandstone and shale canyons. The trail has developed something of a following recently, so expect to encounter fellow riders along its stretches of single track, county road and 4X4 sections. While much of the trail can be traveled by vehicles, there are sections for bicycles only that keep the route from being dominated by the noise of motors. Kokopelli's Trail offers challenge, adventure and outstanding recreation.

Details

Location:
From Loma, Colorado to Moab, Utah
Length:
142 miles oneway
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Advanced
Time To Allow:
4 to 6 days for complete trail
Elevation Range:
4100 feet to 8400
Elevation Change:
4300
Season:
March to November

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
From I-70, take the Loma Exit (Exit #15). Cross over the interstate to the south. At the access road turn right, heading towards the weigh station. Just short of the weigh station, turn left and follow the gravel road for about .5 mile until you come to the parking area.

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