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 Utah Travel Center Activities Biking • Eastern


Preferred Biking Listings

The High Uintas Wilderness is not open to bicyclists or motorized vehicles, but outside the wilderness area there are many off-road rides through the forests and meadows of the lower Uinta Mountains. This northeastern portion of the state also has excellent paved routes.

Accessible roads in Dinosaur National Monument and Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area lead to some impressive viewpoints. Some of the hiking trails of the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area have limitations on mountain bike use. However, a number of signed mountain bike trails are found in the area off state hwy 44, south of Manila, and US 191 north of Vernal.

Bike rentals are available in Vernal and at Red Canyon and Flaming Gorge Lodges.

The Dinosaurland Travel Region (435-789-6932) can provide more information on this area.

To the south, cyclists pass through forest and mountain meadows on several trails in the Manti- La Sal National Forest including Joe's Valley, Castle Valley Ridge and Pete's Hole.

Exploring the red and buff colored buttes and mesas, and twisted canyons of the San Rafael Swell is, for many cyclists, the ultimate fat-tire adventure.

Also popular is Nine Mile Canyon, a 40-mile canyon in Carbon County featuring thousands of pictographs and petroglyphs, and cliffs dotted with granaries, tower ruins, and the remnants of other habitations, all the ancient creations of the Fremont Indians.

The Castle Country Travel Region (435-637-3009) can provide more information on this area.

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biking information for that area.

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