Sovereign lower

Grand County, Utah

Distance4.3mi
Elevation Gain1,576ft
Trailhead Elevation4,644ft
Top4,855ft
Elevation Min/Max4382/4855ft
Elevation Start/End4644/4644ft

Sovereign lower

Sovereign (lower) is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Grand County, Utah. It is 4.3 miles long and begins at 4,644 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 8.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,576 feet. This trail connects with the following: Mine Loop, L.2, Saltwash, Upper Sovereign, Copper Ridge Jeep Route, L.4, East Pipeline and L.5.

Sovereign (lower) Professional Reviews and Guides

"Awesome singletrack among a bunch of multiuse trails makes for a nice day of riding. The colors are stunning as well. Speaking of colors, the slickrock on Sovereign is blazed with painted blue dashes. Good flow and fun technical challenges await you."

"Narrow, winding trails over sand and slickrock. Most routes are clearly marked. Single-track trails are for dirt bikes and mountain bikes only. For information and a complete, detailed map of the Sovereign Trail System, contact www.ridewithrespect.org. The central loop, described here, is a mix of easy and moderate trails.

Small rock ledges and mildly steep hills are scattered along the trail. Route-finding is challenging at times. The northern and southern loops (not described in detail) are more difficult. The southern loop has a very steep hill that is difficult in both directions. Only advanced riders should attempt this hill."

Sovereign (lower) Reviews

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2/3/2007
great singletrack fun. most of the rides in moab are double track and this has it''s share, but it''s mostly singletrack and it''s a blast!!! no snow or anything in febuary.
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Grand County
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Nov 2018