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Plan your next mountain biking adventure in Greater Zion (the southwest corner of Utah) using our interactive map. The map is easy to use and includes suggested biking trails across slickrock and winding through deserts. Trails can be filtered based on activity, difficulty, and distance. When you find your next ride, you can download, share, and print the map and directions for offline accessibility. Welcome to Greater Zion where you can mountain bike 365 days a year.


Desert mountain biking trail

Barrel Roll

5.8mi | Difficult
This challenging 5.8-mile loop showcases the views of Snow Canyon from the Santa Clara River Reserve. The climbs and descents across slickrock are rewarded by a mostly flat, rocky, single track to end the ride. The trail connects to Precipice and Sidewinder for a longer, more difficult ride.


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Jem

6.7mi | Moderate
JEM Trail on Gooseberry Mesa is a fast, flowy, moderate track noted for its switchbacks, cliff edges, and slickrock. This 6.7-mile trail is typically ridden as a descent-only trail, but it can be combined with More Cowbell and other trails to create a loop.


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Bear Claw Poppy

4.2mi | Easy
The popular Bear Claw Poppy Trail is an out-and-back, directional, 4.2-mile trail that is suitable for riders of all ages and skill levels. From the Clavicle to Acid Drops, riders can enjoy a fast ride from beginning to end that matches their skill level.


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Paradise Rim

1.2mi
A beautiful and lesser-known trail is Paradise Rim, where you’ll enjoy fabulous views of the Santa Clara and Snow Canyon areas. Whether you’re an expert hiker, biker, or equestrian, or you’re just beginning, this is a fun and surefire way to enjoy the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve.

Trails Map

Trails App

Our interactive map of Greater Zion makes it easy to find your next trail. Trails are easy to find on the map and include detailed trail descriptions, photos, and links to relevant information. When you find your next trail, it’s easy to download for offline accessibility on your mobile device.

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