Moab Bike Shuttles

Burro Pass, Hazard County, Kokopelli or Jimmy Keen Flat, UPS, LPS and Porcupine Rim

wholeenchiladaThe Whole Enchilada is a world-class trail and a must-do for the avid rider! 

Starting at Geyser Pass, riders climb above tree line to the top of Burro Pass at 11,150 feet before descending through the aspens to Hazard County. After the single-track of Hazard County, riders can either follow the traditional route on the Kokopelli section or add 4.5 winding miles through scrub oak via the Jimmy Keen extension.
Either way, UPS with its incredible views of Castle Valley is next! After this section of quintessential Moab terrain, the classic route is continuing onto LPS and the Porcupine Rim to the Colorado River before heading back into town on the paved bike path. 
Instead of LPS, the new Raptor Route can be taken starting at Eagle Eye for riders seeking something less technically demanding than the Rim. 
The Whole Enchilada is a 7,000-foot descent and is a long and challenging day for even the experienced rider.

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Eagle Eye, Hawk’s Glide, Falcon Flow and Kestrel Run

wholeenchiladaThe Raptor Route is an excellent downhill trail that is great all on its own, or as an alternative exit to the Whole Enchilada.

Riders now have the option at the start of the LPS section of the Whole Enchilada to get on Eagle Eye instead and continue down the Raptor Route back toward Moab. This path offers more singletrack, faster and flowier downhill, and is more intermediate rider friendly. It also offers many exit options onto Sand Flats Road if you experience mechanical issues or just need to get back to town sooner.

Eagle Eye and Falcon Flow are dual-directional trails. Please stop for uphill traffic. The Raptor Route is 12 miles long with a moderate overall rating. The route climbs 385 feet with a max elevation of 7,271.

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Bull Run, Getaway, Arth’s Corner, Great Escape, Little Canyon, Gemini Bridges Road to HWY 191 -OR- Goldbar Singletrack to Portal

Magnificent 7, MoabMagnificent 7 is a classic desert ride with spectacular views of the La Sal mountains
and red rock formations. It’s a great addition to your time in Moab, either before or after riding the Whole Enchilada. The upper portion of the trail system and the Gemini
Bridges Road exit are fun intermediate rides, while Goldbar to Portal is an epic technical experience.

Porcupine Shuttle offers complimentary vehicle staging for Magnificent 7 shuttles,
please chat with your driver about options.

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Bar M, Circle O, Rockin’ A, Bar B, Killer B, Lazy EZ Loop, Deadman’s Ridge, Rusty Spur, Longbranch, North 40, Maverick and Sidewinder

brandtrailsThe Brand Trails are a network of shorter trails ranging in difficulty from beginner to

This is the perfect place to become accustomed to the variable Moab terrain of rollercoaster-like dirt singletrack, chunky slick rock, and double track jeep road.

Hone your skills while enjoying views of Arches National Park!

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Porcupine Rim is the ending trail of the Whole Enchilada Trail System. It alone, used to be one of the classic desert rides for Moab, but now has been upgraded to the Whole Enchilada Trail System. By starting higher up, you might be adding mileage to the original trail, but they are mainly fun descents with views that are sure to please!

*Please note – shuttles will run to the highest trailhead possible of the Whole Enchilada and we do not pass by other trailheads along the way.  Please submit a request form if you are looking for a specific trailhead or Porcupine Rim only.

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Slickrock is what put biking in Moab on the world map. Take in the views and
experience the awesome traction of sandstone while conquering steep climbs and descents.

Slickrock can be done as a loop or out and back, but if you’re planning on pedaling from town Porcupine Shuttle can save you time and the climb up Sand Flats Road to get there.

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Moab Canyon Pathway is not just a bike lane along side of the highway, it is a safe and scenic way for all to take in the views.  Not only bike riders will love this trail, but also hikers, runners, and non-motorized vehicles of all sorts. Parents can pull their babies behind their bikes in trailers and all ages can enjoy the pathway, even if it is just for a leisurely stroll. Take the shuttle to the top and descend approximately 9 miles back to town.

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