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4.50 out of 5
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added by david_darling Gnarly on May 8, 2011
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After climbing Amasa Back there will be a jct. to the Pothole Arch trail which will take you to the start of Rockstacker. This is a very technical trail with a hike a bike entry. Only the very skilled will be able to ride it all. It can be done. I witnessed it. The "Red Line Trail" as it is refered to as by the locals, is very challenging as it rolls up and down across a slickrock bench towards Jackson's Trail. Only 1.7 miles in length, it feels so much more.
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Greg Heil on May 9, 2014
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Review: I think I went the wrong way on this trail (I'd recommend coming from Pothole Arch towards Jackson's), but either way you go there are going to be some absolutely massive features to conquer! The only difference is, will you be attempting to ride down them, or will you be scrambling up them? Of all the trails that I've ridden in Moab so far, Rockstacker is the closest to a true double black.

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david_darling on May 8, 2011
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Review: Rockstacker is a very technical singletrack off the Amasa Back mesa. Awesome views along the Colorado River abound as you roll up and down over a slickrock bench towards Jackson's Trail. A red line has been generously distributed along the way to keep riders on the intended route. Can be easy to venture off route so BE CAREFUL! Just under 2 miles and connects to Jackson's singletrack. Advanced to Experts will love it as novice to intermediate riders will struggle.

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Rockstacker MTB Trail 4.50 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.
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