The Whole Enchilada

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26
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↑ 1,100 ft
↓ 8,200 ft
583
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About this trail
This trail encompasses several trails including Burro Pass, Hazard County, and Porcupine Rim. You start out at 10000ft, and climb about another 1400 to Burro Pass, then the downhill insanity starts. Thru wooded forests, Aspen Pine lands, creeks, then down open prairie land and thru miles of technical really fast, crazy steep and slippery single track until you get to the Upper and lower Porcupine sections, then you finally end up at the Colorado River. This is the most technically diverse and by far the most fun ride I have ever done. I don't believe you could find one ride that has it all like this does.Took about 5 hours, but we stopped a lot for pictures, scenery, and just to in general take it all in. Amazing ride....
added by JackPompanoBeachGramcounter August 19, 2009
Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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System Trails (4)
System Trails (4)
Porcupine Rim
Burro Pass
UPS And LPS
Hazard County
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Reviews (25)
 

Bunny Hop


November 29, 2015
 
Review: Loved it had sex on the trail at night

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Bunny Hop


October 26, 2015
 
Review: This is a trail that put a smile in your face for years just thinking about ! A most at least once in your life!

Similar Trail: nothing!!!

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Gramcounter


October 5, 2015
ducklover3 Gramcounter  
 
Review: If you call yourself a mountain biker you must make a pilgrimage to Moab once in your life a Thw Whole Enchilada is a must ride if not the ride to do in Moab

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Bunny Hop

October 3, 2015
 
Review: First time doing the whole enchilada had done porcupine rim a few times. Riden a lot of trails throughout the United States this is got to be one of the best, if not the best trail ever. I think my upper body was more fatigued then my legs, did it on a hardtail it's a banging Trail. Super fun can't wait to do it again.

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Doubletrack


September 5, 2015
GTXC4 Doubletrack  
 
Review: GNARLY-EPICNESS, this is a must. If you come to Moab to do any trail, this should be it! Sadly a storm moved in on a Wednesday and got rained out on the first try, stopped at Kokopelli trailhead, it was just way too tacky to continue, the mud was chaotic. One day is all this place needs to dry out. Second try on Friday and it was perfect!! The Alpine dirt was just right, Hazard was just right and so was everything else. The only thing that wasn't, was my intermittent GoPro Hero 3. I was planning on riding this at least twice anyway. I would have rode again if I had more time. Soooo much fun, and the drops off the rocks ...wow. All I can say is, you'll ride like a pro. I couldn't help it and left the guys I was riding with. So peaceful and fast! Can't wait to do it again. Had one flat (ran the rear tire too low) the first try. Then the second, the stem bolts for the bar clamp were loose after the ride, and that's a Spike race stem torqued @ 9nm, yes I carry the torque wrench. lol That's just to give you an idea of how gnarly of a trail this is. Had a blast! Recommend trying out Knotch when you get to the Rim section, it's sweet!

Similar Trail: lol Nope.

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Gnarly


June 23, 2015
 
Review: Incredibly epic. Best trail I've ever done in my entire life. In June get a friend to come along on a trip, have them shuttle you to geyser pass (Shuttles don't start shuttling to geyser pass until July 1). Ride down to the Mason Draw campground, located less than than a half a mile from Kokopelli. By late June there is not much snow at Burro (but the few fields are waist deep!).Don't worry about the heat as Masons Dram is located at 8500 feet and is cool. The next day wake up at daybreak (6ish during June) Barrel down the rest of the trail beating the extreme heat. Then your friend just picks you up! Have your doubts about that plan but it worked for me!

Similar Trail: Nothing like it

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Granny Gear

May 21, 2015
Riley Rice Granny Gear  
 
Review: Best of the Best. Bring sunscreen!

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Gnarly


May 11, 2015
 
Review: One of the best rides I've ever done. The terrain is so varied, starting in the high alpine and ending in the desert. The trails are fantastic and the views are incredible.

Make sure you're prepared for a long day on the bike with plenty of food, water, and tools.

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May 6, 2015
Guest   
 
Review: It's a bucketlister for sure. I personally liked the upper half a bit more than the bottom. For me there are a few sections down low with exposer that scared the crap out of me as i'm afraid of heights. We did this ride with a crew of 5 and we were all zombies after doing this, and had to fight a VERY strong headwind heading back in to moab. If you are in Moab to bike i recommend doing easy rides the day before and after, as it will beat you up. Also take your time, bring plenty of water and food, and be ready to do trail fixes. There are a few areas that you don't want to break down in and have to hike out... it will be a LONG hike to town.

Similar Trail: The top I'd say is more like CO or some SLC trails and the bottom is like everything in Moab.

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Granny Gear

March 31, 2015
Max Wasser Granny Gear  
 
Review: So sick. Nonstop fun with lots of drops and gnarly technical sections

Similar Trail: Mag 7

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The Whole Enchilada MTB Trail 4.79 out of 5 based on 25 ratings. 25 user reviews.
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