Klondike Bluffs Professional Review and Guide
"Klondike Bluffs can be considered the introduction to mountain biking in Moab for two reasons. First, Klondike is a varietal blend of the riding mediums you will encounter around the region, grading from clay, to sand, to washboard, to rock-studded doubletracks and smooth, to broken slickrock. Second, Klondike is the first trail to greet you when making the final approach to Moab from Interstate 70. If Klondike raises your brow, then you will be primed for happy times ahead.
Conversely, if Klondike is not your cup of tea, then plan on spending more time on a bar stool than on your bike. Klondike Bluffs is a primer of Canyon Country scenery, too. The route initially crosses bleak clay mounds that support little life. Features of Arches National Park can be seen in the distance, backed by the stoic La Sal Mountains, and scenery is superlative. Tread: 2.9 miles of sandy, pebbly, sometimes washboarded, light duty dirt road; 4.7 miles of sand and rock doubletrack, including slickrock."