Mesa to Mesa Loop

Price, Utah

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This ride conveniently begins and ends right in the agreeable, full-service town of Price. It alternately climbs and descends the pair of 1,000-foot-high ridges sandwiching Meads Wash, which runs between Price and Kenilworth, an intriguing mining camp nestled against the base of the Book Cliffs. The 16-mile loop is rated aerobically moderate and technically easy, as it follows a mix of pavement, sandy double-track, and packed-sediment and graded-gravel roads. Much of the route can turn extremely yucky when wet, so avoid it during and immediately after rains. Also know that, simply because you’re close to civilization and because the ride appears rather straightforward on the map, these things don’t mean that the route finding is easy. General location: The ride begins and ends in the town of Price.
Mountain Bike! Southern Utah

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Mountain Bike! Southern Utah

by Michael McCoy (Menasha Ridge Press)

This ride conveniently begins and ends right in the agreeable, full-service town of Price. It alternately climbs and descends the pair of 1,000-foot-high ridges sandwiching Meads Wash, which runs between Price and Kenilworth, an intriguing mining camp nestled against the base of the Book Cliffs.

The 16-mile loop is rated aerobically moderate and technically easy, as it follows a mix of pavement, sandy double-track, and packed-sediment and graded-gravel roads. Much of the route can turn extremely yucky when wet, so avoid it during and immediately after rains. Also know that, simply because you’re close to civilization and because the ride appears rather straightforward on the map, these things don’t mean that the route finding is easy. General location: The ride begins and ends in the town of Price.

©  Michael McCoy/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Price
Distance: 16
Elevation Gain: 1,000 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Easy
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Season: Spring and fall
Local Contacts: Bureau of Land Management, 435-636-3600
Local Maps: DeLorme Utah Atlas & Gazetteer, pages 46 and 47.
Driving Directions: Directions to Mesa to Mesa Loop

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