Stucki Spring

Saint George, Utah

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The Stucki Spring Trail is yet another reason why St. George has become an alluring mountain-bike destination, especially when you thought it was safe to stow your bike away for the winter. On the contrary, keep it well lubed and take a break from skiing Utah’s frothy powder with a weekend jaunt to balmy Dixie. Stucki Spring is a bona fide mountain-bike rodeo, and you’ll have to hold on tight to make it until the bell. The loop ventures through the White Hills west of St. George where a network of trails has been a haven for motorcyclists long before mountain bikes came on to the scene. The gently sloping, clayey mesas are painfully bleak and despairingly unproductive in and of themselves, but from high points you’ll find impressive views of distant sandstone features in national and state parks separated by an anomalous hunk of alpine wilderness. You’ll need a good sense of direction because there are a number of crucial unsigned turns along the way. But do not let this deter you. Tread: 4.6 miles of pavement, 6.9 miles of dirt and rock doubletrack and 10 miles of sand and silt singletrack-cum-ATV trails.
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Mountain Biking Utah

by Gregg Bromka (Falcon Guides)

The Stucki Spring Trail is yet another reason why St. George has become an alluring mountain-bike destination, especially when you thought it was safe to stow your bike away for the winter. On the contrary, keep it well lubed and take a break from skiing Utah’s frothy powder with a weekend jaunt to balmy Dixie. Stucki Spring is a bona fide mountain-bike rodeo, and you’ll have to hold on tight to make it until the bell. The loop ventures through the White Hills west of St. George where a network of trails has been a haven for motorcyclists long before mountain bikes came on to the scene.

The gently sloping, clayey mesas are painfully bleak and despairingly unproductive in and of themselves, but from high points you’ll find impressive views of distant sandstone features in national and state parks separated by an anomalous hunk of alpine wilderness. You’ll need a good sense of direction because there are a number of crucial unsigned turns along the way. But do not let this deter you. Tread: 4.6 miles of pavement, 6.9 miles of dirt and rock doubletrack and 10 miles of sand and silt singletrack-cum-ATV trails.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Saint George
Distance: 21.5
Elevation Gain: 1,800 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Easy to Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Difficult
Season: Early fall through late spring
Trailhead Elevation: 2,660 feet
Top Elevation: 3,320 feet
Local Contacts: Bureau of Land Management, Dixie Field Office, 435-688-3200
Local Maps: USGS: St. George and White Hills
Driving Directions: Directions to Stucki Spring

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