We have a 48 Hour Cancellation Policy: if the weather is bad and we would not ride, you will not be charged. We cannot control the weather or trail conditions. We will shuttle you as high as we can but have to consider your safety and the trail conditions. Please keep this in mind if we cannot get you to the top.
**Whole Enchilada Trails- Hazard Trail does not open until May 1st, Burro Pass does not open until July 1st due to SNOW! **
**WE CANNOT SHUTTLE E-BIKES**
(Not at Poison Spider Bicycles)
Burro Pass generally opens on July 1st
Hazard Trail generally opens on May 1st
The Whole Enchilada
$30.00- Burro Pass & Hazard, UPS & Koko
$25.00- Porcupine Rim and LPS
The quintessential ride of Moab, this trail tackles some of the most scenic and challenging riding in the world. ‘The Whole Enchilada’ starts at 11,600ft and descends nearly 8000ft in 32 miles with rocks, drops, and spectacular views of Castle Valley. Beginning on top of Burro Pass, you’ll start in the aspen trees and continue descending through several different climate zones on your way to the legendary Porcupine Rim singletrack. Considered by many to be one of the most memorable rides in the world, expect this adventure to last 3-6hrs even for the most experienced rider.
Moab Brands Trails (AKA Bar M): $15.00
Enjoy a full day of riding or a quick session of riding singletrack, the trails in this network will entertain riders of all levels. Ride as much as you like, then ride back to town.
Mag 7 Trails: $25.00
‘Mag 7’ is a series of trails that create a 26 mile point to point route. There are many choices on how to loop the Mag 7 trails that include Gemini Bridges, Crips Hole, Bull Run, Arth’s Corner, Great Escape, Little Canyon, Gold Bar, Golden Spike, Moab Brand Trails, Poison Spider and an option to finish down the infamous Portal Trail. There are also several exit points making this a great ride to shuttle and/or cruise back into town on the bike path or Moab Brand Trails.
Need transportation to and from the airport? We can pick your group up and drop you off at Moab, Salt Lake City, or Grand Junction, CO regional airports
Got a big group and can’t make our regularly scheduled shuttle times? We have four 15-passenger vans that comfortably hold 14 guests and their gear. We are also available to shuttle hikers, campers and other Wilderness explorers who want to cut out some of the work and enjoy more of the scenery.
CALL 435-260-2534 FOR A CUSTOM QUOTE FOR YOUR GROUP