Best Mountain Biking in Utah

This list represents the most popular mountain biking in Utah. Use this list to plan your next Utah mountain biking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

  • #1 Slickrock Bike Trail

    11 Reviews

    Moab, UT

    Mountain bikers the world over talk in sometimes reverent (but more often raving) tones about the Slickrock Bike Trail—whether it’s about their experience riding it or their hopes of one day ...
    •  12.5 miles
    •  Guide

    Mountain bikers the world over talk in sometimes reverent (but more often raving) tones about the Slickrock Bike Trail—whether ...

  • #2 Moab Slickrock Trail

    7 Reviews

    Moab, UT

    This trail is VERY difficult and dangerous. Do not ride alone, but do not bring along you family, your girlfriend, or anyone that you love who is not an advanced rider. Despite the fact that ...
    •  1.5-3 hours
    •  12.5 miles
    •  Guide

    This trail is VERY difficult and dangerous. Do not ride alone, but do not bring along you family, your girlfriend, or anyone ...

  • #3 Gooseberry Mesa

    8 Reviews

    Springdale, UT

    Biking off-road within Zion National Park is strictly forbidden, but that’s OK. Stroll through this divine gallery of rock towers, weeping alcoves, and sunshine-eluding canyons; then leave the ...
    •  12 miles
    •  Guide

    Biking off-road within Zion National Park is strictly forbidden, but that’s OK. Stroll through this divine gallery of rock ...

  • #4 Porcupine Rim

    10 Reviews

    Negro Bill Canyon Wilderness Study Area, UT

    Porcupine Rim is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Grand County, Utah. It is within Negro Bill Canyon Wilderness Study Area. It is 14.1 miles long and begins at 5,842 feet altitude. Traveling ...
    •  14.1 miles

    Porcupine Rim is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Grand County, Utah. It is within Negro Bill Canyon Wilderness Study ...

  • #5 Skyline Drive I

    4 Reviews

    Farmington, UT

    You will constantly be distracted by awesome vistas from atop the Wasatch Range across the Great Salt Lake and into the Great Basin. This is a magnificent, convenient and thus popular drive close ...
    •  Difficulty
    •  2 - 3 hours
    •  25 miles
    •  Guide

    You will constantly be distracted by awesome vistas from atop the Wasatch Range across the Great Salt Lake and into the Great ...

  • #6 Slickrock Bike Trail

    5 Reviews

    Moab, UT

    For most people, the Slickrock Bike Trail needs no introduction. It’s the ride that made Moab the self-proclaimed center of the mountain-bike universe and may very well be the world’s most popular ...
    •  2 to 4 hours
    •  12.5 miles
    •  Guide

    For most people, the Slickrock Bike Trail needs no introduction. It’s the ride that made Moab the self-proclaimed center ...

  • #7 Mill Creek Pipeline Trail

    5 Reviews

    Salt Lake City, UT

    In the early 1990s, the neglected Mill Creek Pipeline Trail was resurrected with the help of the Salt Lake Ranger District, the Utah Mountain Bike Association, and many helping hands. But it ...
    •  16.4 miles
    •  Guide

    In the early 1990s, the neglected Mill Creek Pipeline Trail was resurrected with the help of the Salt Lake Ranger District, ...

  • #8 Monument Valley - Navajo Tribal Park

    3 Reviews

    Mexican Hat, UT

    Monument Valley is a sublime landscape, one full of astonishing vastness and intangible beauty. Amidst this denuded valley stand rock monuments, buttes, and mesas of fascinating form and rich ...
    •  12 miles
    •  Guide

    Monument Valley is a sublime landscape, one full of astonishing vastness and intangible beauty. Amidst this denuded valley ...

  • #9 Mueller Park Trail

    4 Reviews

    Bountiful, UT

    The Mueller Park Trail epitomizes the metro-to-mountains convenience of living in the Great Salt Lake Valley at the foot of the Wasatch Range. Within minutes, literally, the nearby suburban jungle ...
    •  13 miles
    •  Guide

    The Mueller Park Trail epitomizes the metro-to-mountains convenience of living in the Great Salt Lake Valley at the foot ...

  • #10 Diamond Fork - Strawberry Ridge

    2 Reviews

    Provo, UT

    Diamond Fork is off the beaten path and easily overlooked, but the word is out that this is the place if you’re a singletrack purist. Tucked in the Wasatch hinterlands, Diamond Fork’s rolling, ...
    •  24 miles
    •  Guide

    Diamond Fork is off the beaten path and easily overlooked, but the word is out that this is the place if you’re a singletrack ...

  • #11 Porcupine Rim

    5 Reviews

    Moab, UT

    Vertical exposure and increasingly difficult rock gardens with undulating and sheared bedrock shelves jutting out at every angle make this trail a bone snapper, a heart breaker, and a hell of ...
    •  1.5-5 hours
    •  14.8 miles
    •  Guide

    Vertical exposure and increasingly difficult rock gardens with undulating and sheared bedrock shelves jutting out at every ...

  • #12 Thunder Mountain Trail

    4 Reviews

    Cedar City, UT

    Located 65 miles east of Cedar City. Highlights: The trails in Bryce Canyon National Park are closed o bikes, but this great ride descends singletrack through hoodoo country very much like that ...
    •  3 hours
    •  14.8 miles
    •  Guide

    Located 65 miles east of Cedar City. Highlights: The trails in Bryce Canyon National Park are closed o bikes, but this great ...

  • #13 Gooseberry Slickrock Trail

    2 Reviews

    Hurricane, UT

    Despite its relative anonymity, this ride is to the St. George region what the Slickrock Bike Trail is to Moab. Staying to the “main” route is an exercise in navigational skills and/or frustration. ...
    •  10 miles
    •  Guide

    Despite its relative anonymity, this ride is to the St. George region what the Slickrock Bike Trail is to Moab. Staying to ...

  • #14 Hurrah Pass

    3 Reviews

    Moab, UT

    The route travels along the Colorado River, through a deep canyon along a creek and up to the saddle between the Colorado River and Kane Springs Canyon, a beautiful tight canyon that opens up ...
    •  3-7 hours
    •  29 miles
    •  Guide

    The route travels along the Colorado River, through a deep canyon along a creek and up to the saddle between the Colorado ...

  • #15 Wedge Overlook and Buckhorn Draw Drive

    2 Reviews

    Castle Dale, UT

    This tour (best enjoyed in spring or fall) goes through outstanding sandstone scenery in the San Rafael Swell, a massive blister in the Earth’s crust and one of Utah’s most dramatic geologic ...
    •  Difficulty
    •  Up to 1 day
    •  98 miles
    •  Guide

    This tour (best enjoyed in spring or fall) goes through outstanding sandstone scenery in the San Rafael Swell, a massive ...

  • #16 Mojave Desert and Joshua Tree Road Drive

    1 Reviews

    Saint George, UT

    This road winds through semiarid mountains in the region where the Mojave Desert, Great Basin and Colorado Plateau meet. Here, not far from Utah’s lowest point (Beaver Dam Wash, 2,350 feet, southwest ...
    •  Difficulty
    •  1 hour
    •  19 miles
    •  Guide

    This road winds through semiarid mountains in the region where the Mojave Desert, Great Basin and Colorado Plateau meet. ...

  • #17 Gold Bar Rim

    4 Reviews

    Moab, UT

    This is the deep end of the pool, the brink of mountain biking, the pinnacle of the sport, a ride only fit for the strong, smart and skilled--a place where others can qualify for the Darwin Awards. ...
    •  6-10 hours
    •  18.5 miles
    •  Guide

    This is the deep end of the pool, the brink of mountain biking, the pinnacle of the sport, a ride only fit for the strong, ...

  • #18 Bar M Loop

    3 Reviews

    Moab, UT

    This route is fine for novices, even families with children. There are many small climbs and a couple of spots where the trail gets a tad technical, but this is indeed a ride for anyone scared ...
    •  0.5 - 2 hours
    •  7.5 miles
    •  Guide

    This route is fine for novices, even families with children. There are many small climbs and a couple of spots where the ...

  • #19 Amasa Back

    3 Reviews

    Moab, UT

    You'll want to watch the first 100 feet of this trail. It can ruin your ride in a hurry. The entire trail should be approached with respect. It's short, but it's a grunt with technical challenges ...
    •  2-3 hours
    •  11.2 miles
    •  Guide

    You'll want to watch the first 100 feet of this trail. It can ruin your ride in a hurry. The entire trail should be approached ...

  • #20 Monument Valley

    1 Reviews

    Mexican Hat, UT

    This 11.5-mile ride comprises a 6.5-mile out-and-back (3.2 miles each way), along with a 5-mile loop. It is aerobically and technically quite easy, over a graded native surface that in dry weather ...
    •  11.5 miles
    •  Guide

    This 11.5-mile ride comprises a 6.5-mile out-and-back (3.2 miles each way), along with a 5-mile loop. It is aerobically and ...