Porcupine Rim Trail
The Porcupine Rim Trail, located near Moab, Utah, is a popular trail almost as famous as the Slickrock Trail. This 14.4-mile trail is ridden one way. The trailhead is located in the Sand Flats Recreation Area about 8 miles past the Slickrock trailhead. Like the Slickrock Trail, Porcupine Trail was originally created for motorcycles, and they are allowed on the trail. The trail begins with a double-track climb gaining 900 feet in 4 miles with partially shaded rocky, dirt/sand and slickrock terrain which is rideable in its entirety except for a few small sections. There is a scenic outlook at the top of the climb which is a common rest stop.
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