The Whole Enchilada, Moab, UT
As the name suggests, Moab’s Whole Enchilada trail throws all types of riding and every type of landscape at you. The 30-mile route actually includes many of Moab’s shorter must-do trails, such as Burro Pass and the area’s best holy-shit photo-op, Porcupine Rim. It flies through pine forests and creek beds, and over slick rock to the top of vertigo-inducing mesas, before it ends at the Colorado River. The mostly singletrack trail starts at 10,000 feet and, after climbing another 1,100, then drops some 8,000 feet. Riding the entire loop, without the convenience of a shuttle, requires a long uphill section of road from downtown Moab to reach the trailhead.
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