Situated in Moab, Utah, the Burro Pass trail offers the bold and brave an adrenaline-packed experience, skirting between towering mountain tops and descending into serene valleys.
The trail begins with a relentless ascent, shooting up over a thousand vertical feet within just 1.5 miles. At its zenith, nearly touching the treeline, riders are rewarded with mesmerizing views from mountain peaks almost 11,000 feet above sea level. This point marks the official start of "The Whole Enchilada" descent — a thrilling 7,000-foot vertical drop all the way down to the green river.Upon conquering the peak, prepare for a heart-stopping descent. With roots, rocks, and creek crossings in abundance, every inch of the trail challenges the rider. But as one navigates through the dense forest, the trail mellows out, serenely winding through trees and eventually merging with the Dry Creek trail.For those aiming to complete "The Whole Enchilada" route, the next leg of the adventure lies past the campground. After a brief stretch on a gravel road, riders can hop onto the Hazard County trail.
This remarkable trail begins its journey right after the Geyser Pass Trail.
Here's what riders have been whispering about the Burro Pass trail:
The Burro Pass trail isn't for the faint of heart. But for those who rise to the challenge, the rewards — in breathtaking views, exhilarating descents, and sheer mountain biking pleasure — are unparalleled.