Whole Enchilada Trail

This is an all day adventure that may be one of the most unique rides you can do in Moab! It starts atop the La Sal Mountains (mountain range southeast of Moab), and ends all the way down at the Colorado River. The Whole Enchilada encompasses 2 trails that are located inside the Sand Flats Recreation Area – The Lower Porcupine Single track and the Porcupine Rim Bike Trail.

This ride is 26.5 miles long (42.4km) and has 7,000 vertical feet of down hill!

Utah Mountain Bike Trails has a great detailed description of this trail.

Raptor RouteEagle Eye to Falcon Flow, or the Raptor Route is an excellent downhill route that is great on its own or to connect with the Whole Enchilada. Riders now have an option at the start of LPS to either continue down the Whole Enchilada Route, or take the Raptor Route back toward Moab. This route offers more singletrack, faster downhill, and is more intermediate rider friendly. It also offers many exit options onto Sand Flats Road if you have a mechanical, or just need to get back to town.

Use caution on 
Eagle Eye and Falcon Flow as they are dual directional trails. Please stop for uphill traffic. The Raptor Route is 10 miles long with a moderate overall physical rating. The route climbs 385 ft with a max elevation of 7,271 ft then descends -2,546 ft.

Bike Rider on the Whole Enchilada Trail

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