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MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails: Bar B

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Moab, Arches + La Sal Mountains, Utah

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  • Beginning of the Bar B Loop.- MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails: Bar B
  • Riding Bar B in the MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails.- MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails: Bar B
  • Trail junction, just follow the signs.- MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails: Bar B
  • Hanging a right at the second trail junction to stay on Bar B.- MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails: Bar B
  • Riding Bar B in the MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails.- MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails: Bar B
  • Riding Bar B in the MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails.- MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails: Bar B
  • At the top of the hill.- MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails: Bar B
  • Riding Bar B in the MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails.- MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails: Bar B
  • Riding Bar B in the MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails.- MOAB Brand Mountain Bike Trails: Bar B
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Beautiful views. Easy access. Mellow climbs.
Cons: 
Can be busy.
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Region:
Moab, Arches + La Sal Mountains, UT
Congestion: 
Moderate
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Net Elevation Gain: 
473.00 ft (144.17 m)
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Fall
Trail difficulty: 
Green
Total Distance: 
4.70 mi (7.56 km)
Trail type: 
Loop
Trailhead Elevation: 
4,632.00 ft (1,411.83 m)
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Adventure Description

Adventure Description

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The “B” in the MOAB Brand Trails, Bar B is a quick and fun option on the north end of town. Varying from many of the trails in this trail system, Bar B has essentially no slickrock. Instead, it mostly consists of sandy or hard packed clay with occasional chunky, exposed sandstone. The trail sits on the south end of Bar M, and forms a short loop at the bottom of the trail system. It is rideable both clockwise and counterclockwise, with benefits to riding it in either direction. The eastern half of the loop is mostly a continuation of the doubletrack road, but the western half is twisting singletrack. It carries you through various rock formations up to the top of a small hill. This offers some of the best views in the trail system. The trail then runs along the top of the hill before dropping you back toward the doubletrack. The broken and chunky rocks make this one of the more technical trails in this trail system as well.

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