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St. George Biking

St. George Utah is fast becoming known for its spectacular mountain biking trails. Mountain biking enthusiasts from around the world are converging on St. George for recreational biking and race competitions. Below is a sample of some of the trails in the St. George area. For guided mountain biking experiences click on the links below:

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Anasazi Trail Begin this mountain biking trail complex at the Santa Clara River Preserve opposite side of road from the community of Kayenta. General elevation of this trail area hovers around 3,000 feet. This trail offers opportunities to see nearly 1,000 petroglyphs.

Bearclaw Poppy Trail This mountain biking trail begins on the west side of Bloomington (southwest St. George) and connects to the Green Valley area. Go out and back from Navajo Drive in Bloomington (11 miles round-trip)

Church Rocks This mountain biking trail begins just north of Washington City and offers 90% slickrock. Length is approximately 8 miles. Gooseberry Mesa This mountain biking trail is very likely the most famous area in the St. George area. The slickrock single track parts of this trail are world-class and, while technical, are not too strenuous.

J.E.M. Trail This mountain biking trail is named for the people who first blazed it (John, Ellen and Mike). The trail is approximately 13 miles in length with the first half an 800' climb and the last half a long speedy ride.

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Red Mountain Trail This mountain biking trail offers a tough climb and an eleven mile round-trip. It is rough and challenging but the view is one of the best from the back side of Snow Canyon State Park.
Snow Canyon Loop This mountain biking trail is a paved trail with some steep spots. The trail circles through the park and then travels alongside highway 18, cycling back to the park along the Snow Canyon Parkway.
St. George Utah Paved Trails St. George offers over 30 miles of paved trails for fairly easy riding on mountain bike or street cycle.

Zion Canyon and Pa'rus Trail
This is a two-mile trail within Zion National Park and offers an extended option of traveling the main road in the park to the Temple of Sinewava. For more details on these and other trails – check out this detailed web site: