Great introduction to Moab riding. Start at the parking area for Bar M Chuckwagon and follow the signs. Ride the loop in a counter-clockwise direction (Bar M, then Bar B to Rockin'A and finish off with Cirlcle O). Follow the sign and pait on the rock.
Review: This is where we go to get warmed up for the week or to hit something quick at the end of the day after epic riding in Moab elsewhere. Love the network of loops. Don't need to pack up for the long haul, just grab the bare minimum and it's a quick thrash.
Review: Fun trails to hit for anyone that is passing through without a lot of time. This is actually one of my favorite stops to make as I pass through here once a week without much time to ride. Great trails for most riders get started in Moab, and for those without a lot of time.
Review: Great trail to start at for getting used to Moab riding. There are multiple loops to ride on and they vary in difficulty creating a good learning environment for beginner and advanced riders alike.
Review: Took my total beginner wife out to ride the Moab Brand trails and the beginner trails, EZ & Lazy, were actually surprisingly nice singletrack trails. I could totally see going here frequently if I was a local just to get a quick spin in.
Review: Definitely a great taste of what Moab has to offer. Nothing I did was terribly technical but a great place to start out. I enjoyed these trails immensely and would ride them again if I were to make it back out there. If you are staying in Moab the paved bike path runs the 8 miles back into town. It is a majority downhill and was actually quite an enjoyable ride at the end of a long day.