Active Transportation and Trails

The "Moab Trail Team"

The Active Transportation and Trails Division works with local municipalities and land managers to design, build, and maintain non-motorized trail systems within Grand County.

We are dedicated to enhancing non-motorized recreation opportunities, including hiking, running, cycling, horseback riding, climbing and canyoneering, and skiing and snowshoeing. Educating trail users about minimum impact practices in the fragile desert environment is central to our mission.

We also work closely with the City of Moab to expand pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure within the community. We are committed to improving active transportation options and access to safe and well-connected routes throughout the Moab area.

Volunteer Opportunities - Fall 2023

Thursday, September 28th

Kestrel Run Trail Build!  

Join us this Thursday September 28th for the Pre-Outerbike Specialized Dig Day on the new Kestrel Run Trail in Sand Flats Rec Area. This trail is the next extension of the Raptor Route below Falcon Flow.
Specialized will be providing pizza and beverages for lunch and some excellent swag!
- Thursday 9-28-2023
- 9 AM
- Sand Flats Recreation Area
- Campground H
- Tell the entry booth you're volunteering on Kestrel Run.

Monday, October 2nd

Maintenance Monday -  Kestrel Run Trail Construction - 4-7 pm

This Maintenance Monday is actually a Build Monday on the new Kestrel Run Trail in Sand Flats Recreation Area. Meet at Campground H in Sand Flats Recreation Area at 4 pm.   

Please bring water, snacks, wear closed toe shoes. Pants and long sleeve shirts recommended.   

Saturday, October 7th

North Klondike Bluffs Dino Flow trail work and Geoff Freethey trail dedication. 

Join us on October 7th from 4-7pm for a trail work party and trail dedication to Geoff Freethey on the Dino Flow Trail in the North Klondike Bluffs Trail System. 

Geoff worked tirelessly on all aspects of the establishment of the bike trail systems in the Moab area. Geoff worked to help managing the Trail Mix Commitee, he designed almost all the trail maps you see in the area, he aided in trail layout, building and maintenance for their sustainable future. Geoff's work can be found on nearly every trail you will enjoy in the Moab area. Please join us in honoring his hard work and dedication.  

Meet at 4 pm at the Copper Ridge Trail Head at the end of the North Klondike Bluffs Road (past the campground). 

More to come! Please check back as we add more fall vounteer opportunities! 

Check in on the Facebook scroll below or on our Volunteer Page for more information. 

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