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Old Spanish Trail Cut-off Trail

Beginning at the Black Ridge staging area at mile marker 113 on Hwy-191 south of Moab, the Old Spanish Trail Cut-off Trail starts with a short climb before quickly descending to the bottom of the Kane Creek wash. The trail then follows the drainage downstream and is mostly composed of doubletrack, sand, grit and cobble. Some walking may be necessary. At the end of the trail, you can climb up the embankment and ride to the highway rest area or the Kane Creek Canyon Trail / Pipeline trailhead, or stay in the creek bed for a mile until you reach the Kane Creek Canyon Trail.

Community
La Sal
Length
3.30 miles
Average Grade
3 %
Elevation Gain
48 feet
Notes
  • Plan ahead and prepare for your adventures
  • Stay on designated trails
  • Leave artifacts where you spot them
  • Do not enter any archaeological structures
  • Do not eat near archaeological sites
  • Leave historic sites and rock art untouched
  • Pack out what you pack in
  • Properly dispose of human and pet waste
  • Respect and be aware of wildlife
  • Keep dogs on leashes at all times and away from archaeological structures
Biking Difficulty
Intermediate

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