Vegetarian Loop

2.63 out of 5
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Trail Description
About this trail
singletrack through high desert in a larger network of 18 Road/Bookcliffs area. Vegetarian trail is across the road from the lower parking area and splits from Prime Cut to go east and then loops to connect with lower Chutes and Ladders. Just another option in a great area of Fruita singletrack.
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Trail Features
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  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Reviews (8)

World Champ

September 5, 2017
Greg Heil World Champ  
Review: While this trail is singletrack, it's really not very much fun. The climbs are grinders, the trail doesn't flow all that well, and the views, while decent, aren't any better than the more entertaining trails in this trail system. Useful for connecting to other trails in the system but not recommended on its own.


November 2, 2015
Lee Harris Gramcounter  
Review: We rode the pretty hard Chutes and Ladders to get over to see what Vegetarian was about. We wished we had ridden something else. The other trails here are great and you can see our full reviews and watch videos at:


September 27, 2013
Review: Not worth bothering with unless you want to check off all the trails in the area. Basically goes straight downhill, which has lead to lots of trail braiding and erosion. Skip it.


November 25, 2012
CFM Epic  
Review: Nothing special about this trail but it is great as an avenue to get to other trails. For younger or new riders I recommend climbing it and descending Down Uppity. The climb is an easy warm-up and Down Uppity will give you an idea of the narrowness and exposure of the more advanced trails in a less technical setting.

Bunny Hop

September 24, 2011
grotegutj Bunny Hop  
Review: Nothing special here, more fun to ride down than up. Can get very hot in the afternoons even in Fall. If you want a long boring you go.


August 15, 2011
Review: One of the original 18 Road trails. Nothing fancy and maybe a little bumpy due to cattle. Used with Chutes & Ladders or Prime Cut.

Similar Trail: Prime Cut


September 14, 2008
arnolda14 Trailblazer  
Review: I used this trail as a warm up on my first day in Fruita. It's very much a beginner run and kind of ho-hum at that. The scenery is kind of desolate and the tread is pretty boring. If I were to do it over again and just wanted to add five easy miles to my day, I'd just go do Kessel & Prime Cut a couple of times. It's not a bad trail though. The tread is in good shape and it's mostly singletrack and 100% rideable. Good place to take a beginner.


May 1, 2007
Lancefan Gnarly  
Review: This a a fun short trail. Once you pick up the chutes and Ladders trail, the fun begins. The single track is fun, fast and smooth.

Vegetarian Loop MTB Trail 2.63 out of 5 based on 8 ratings. 8 user reviews.
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Feature Article
Off the Beaten Path: Exploring Lesser-Known Local Trails in Fruita