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Level: Intermediate
Length: 20 mi (32.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +362/386 ft
Total: 85 riders

Mountain Biking Klonzo Area

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#327 of 696 mountain bike trails in Utah
#9,237 in the world

All singletrack, most very new. Very well done. All intermediate in both technical and aerobic levels. The trails climb to the NE.
Borderline is a gradual climb to Wahoo, which is a very fun loop. (CCW travel is suggested.) Secret Passage takes you back down to the Dunestone loop, which is largely a slabrock area. Just west is Boondocks loop.
Loops can be put together in a variety of ways, for variation in your ride. There is a very new loop to the south of the TH; can't recall the name.
I have included a picture of the area, but PLEASE, support the trail maintenance by buying a local map at a LBS. All money goes to the Moab Trails Alliance.
Moab Trails Alliance has done some amazing trail-building in the last few years; please support them.

First added by gregval on May 17, 2014. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Drive north of Moab on Rt 191, approx 13 miles. Turn right (east) on Willow Springs Rd. This will be quite rough in spots, so go slow. The first TH is at 2.7 miles in, on the left (north) side of the road.
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  • hmh

    Very fun flowy trails with some tough climbs. There are some really fun sections of rolling downhill with rollers and small rock drops. Definitely not nearly the most technical ride in Moab, but if you are looking for something you can ride from the brand trails, this area is really fun.

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  • Tjsmith

    What a fun place! Great flow for all skill levels. I will be returning to this track before I leave Moab.

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  • jimmyc
    Reviewing Zoltar:

    This trail, and adjourning trails, are perfect for intermediates who want to do slick rock. Much easier than the famous Slickrock, with a better flow.

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  • bikecandy

    Like another reviewer, this system is more like a 3.5. I'm going with 3 simply because there are so many other awesome trails in Moab. Coming at this system from a x-country perspective, you can easily pack in the miles in this system. We actually started at the Brand Trails and accessed the Klonzo system via Zephyr. There were only a few sections that we didn't ride and a few that we did twice in order to piece together our ride. All in all, this system is a bit like the Brand Trails. For sure, some of the trails are unique and worth exploring. The design does make it easy to make your ride whatever length you want and it's well marked so you can just plan as you go if you wish. One specific opinion about the dedicated downhill trails (Gravitron in particular) is they weren't what they were hyped to be and just OK. Red Hot and Roller Coaster do have some fun downhill flow with some jumps if you wish, but don't go here thinking you'll get some amazing downhill runs if you are used to longer stuff like you find in the high mountains. With Zephyr and riding most all of the trails in Klonzo, we ended up with a deceptively high 3,600ft of climbing in 31 miles.

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  • John Fisch
    Reviewing Zoltar:

    Moderately fun rock connector trail. They picked a good route over which to join trail systems.

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  • John Fisch
    Reviewing Wahoo:

    Entertaining mix of slickrock and singletrack. Nothing really stands out, but it all works together nicely in a fun package.

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  • John Fisch
    Reviewing Dunestone:

    It's not often I like an intermediate trail more than the advanced trails in a network, but Dunestone is easily my favorite in the Klonzo area. The rock, while not overly challenging, is very entertaining and the route bobs and weaves through the best features. It's really not long enough to be a 5 star trail, but it's so much better than the other 4 star trails in the area, I had to give it 5.

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  • John Fisch
    Reviewing Borderline:

    Very average singletrack, but it's the best way to access most Klonzo North trails.

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  • John Fisch

    The recent additions to the area up the ante just enough for me to give it four stars. Most of the trails are fairly mundane, but if you string together a ride that includes Gravitron, VertiGo, and Dunestone, there is much fun to be had.

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  • John Fisch
    Reviewing Gravitron:

    Gravitron adds some spice to the Klonzo area. Think of it as Kessel Run on steriods with the dips being a little steeper, a little deeper, and showing some armor. Nothing death defying, but definitely a little more challenging than the rest of the Klonzo area.

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  • John Fisch
    Reviewing VertiGo:

    Vertigo gives visitors to the Klonzo area something a little more challenging to spice up their ride. There's nothing truly challenging here, but it is above the usual mix in Klonzo technical challenge.

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