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Goblin Valley

Trail Type
Biking, Hiking
Difficulty
Intermediate
Formations and Flowers in Goblin Valley
An ideal day is to enjoy a cruise on the mountain bike down the smooth dirt access road, hike through the park, then pedal back to your vehicle. Along the way, there are fine views of the San Rafael Reef, and the Henry Mountains to the south. This is a ride that can be enjoyed by riders of all abilities.
Time to Allow
Up to 14 miles
Water Available
No water on Route. Carry plenty of your own water.
Difficulty
Intermediate

This is a ride that can be enjoyed by riders of all abilities.
Biking Difficulty
Intermediate

Moderate terrain for most of trail with a few very technical sections
Brochure Available?
1

Basic Directions

From Green River, travel west on 1-70 for 12 miles to exit 147 (Hanksville) and head south. After about 30 miles turn right at the Temple Mountain Junction, signed for Goblin Valley and turn right. About 5 miles ahead is a message board and the turn (left, south) for Goblin Valley. Park here and begin pedaling south for Goblin Valley.