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Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow

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Moab, Arches + La Sal Mountains, Utah

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Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow

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  • Climbing past gate onto Jurassic.- Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow
  • Weaving through rocks on the Jurassic Trail..- Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow
  • Winding along the hillside.- Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow
  • Riding Klondike Bluffs near Moab.- Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow
  • Riding Klondike Bluffs near Moab.- Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow
  • More rock piles along Jurassic.- Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow
  • Riding Klondike Bluffs near Moab.- Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow
  • Dropping onto the cutoff.- Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow
  • Follow the signs back to Dino Flow.- Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow
  • Turning onto Dino Flow.- Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow
  • Cutting between the junipers.- Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow
  • Flying to the exit.- Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trails: Jurassic to Dino Flow
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Easy access. Flowy. Variable lengths.
Cons: 
Flat trail. Often busy.
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Region:
Moab, Arches + La Sal Mountains, UT
Congestion: 
Moderate
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Net Elevation Gain: 
133.00 ft (40.54 m)
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Fall
Trail difficulty: 
Green
Total Distance: 
7.30 mi (11.75 km)
Trail type: 
Loop
Trailhead Elevation: 
4,652.00 ft (1,417.93 m)
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Adventure Description

Adventure Description

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The Klondike Bluffs Mountain Bike Trail System is a complex, interwoven set of trails on the north end of the Moab area. It offers a huge variety of riding options. The Jurassic to Dino Flow option provides a short riding experience that is still challenging and varied.

Jurassic begins as singletrack right past the gate off of the lower parking area. Although it occasionally joins back onto the doubletrack, it is clearly marked and easy to follow. It winds along the base of the cliffs and weaves through boulder fields. The hard packed soil and mellow climbs make for a fun and fast pedal up the canyon. There are a few early cutoff options, and you’ll find one right before you climb out of the canyon. Follow the trail markers again and you will soon find yourself on slickrock on the Dino Flow Trail. Turn back down the canyon and you will have a fun, semi-technical descent over exposed rock and through junipers. Although you will still need to climb several times during your overall descent, you will quickly find yourself back on the doubletrack near the entrance. Here, you can jump back on the last short segment of Jurassic singletrack that you originally climbed in on.

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