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Markagunt Plateau - Highway 14
Navajo Lake - Cedar Mountain
This 11 mile trail is a single track with no technical sections and is appropriate for intermediate riders.
Navajo Lake Loop
This 11.5 mile single track loop travels around Navajo Lake. The trail is an alpine trail, sitting at 9100 ft. The elevation change is 200 ft.
Virgin River Rim Trail
This is a moderate to difficult technical single track trail at over 9000 ft. elevation. The full trail is 32 miles.
Red Canyon - Highway 12
Red Canyon Paved Bicycle Trail
This section of Dixie National Forest offers a very smooth 5.5 miles paved bike path that winds long the rock formations and forested lands of Red Canyon.
Losee Canyon Trail
This 2.9 mile moderate trail begins at the bottom of losee canyon. This trail connects with the Cassidy trail.
Ledge Point Trail
This .6 mile easy trail is open to hiking, bikes and horses and ends at an overlook of Red Canyon.
This 2.1 mile moderate to strenuous trail connects with the Cassidy Trail.
This 8.9 mile strenuous trail is named for the infamous Butch Cassidy who used sections of the trail.
Thunder Mountain Trail
This is a 7.8 mile technical trail with lots of climbing. The trail is narrow, rough and there are places where the surface is loose. The red rocks on the lower section of the trail are outstanding.
Barney Cove Trail
This 1.9 mile moderate trail is used primarily as a connector trail between the Casto Canyon and Fremont ATV trails.
Zion National Park Bike Trails
Zion National Park is one of the most bike friendly parks in the National Park System. Bikers are seen peddling their way along the 13 mile Scenic Byway 9 through the park as well as making their way along the 6 mile Zion Canyon Scenic Drive.
This paved trail is the only trail in Zion National Park that allows bicycles, but it is a great trail with few elevation changes and it runs along the virgin river. The paved trail can be followed into the Zion National Park campgrounds. The trailhead is at Canyon Junction and the 3.5 mile paved path follows the Virgin River. The trail crosses both Oak Creek and Pine Creek. At Canyon Junction there is a Zion Canyon Shuttle pick up and drop off and a small parking area. Canyon Junction is the intersection to Zion Canyon and Scenic Byway 9.
The road to the end of Zion Canyon is 6 miles. There is little traffic on this road other than the Zion Canyon Shuttle and the few cars that are going to the Zion Lodge. The elevation gain is 450 ft. There are numerous hiking trails along this path that can be taken.
Zion Mt. Carmel Hwy
This road begins at the south entrance to Zion National Park and continues to the east side of Zion National Park. East Zion offers lodging and other services as well as being central to many other Southern Utah attractions.