Distance: About 40 miles
Enjoy two of the most well known trails in Moab.
Both of these trails are awesome for new riders, and a great introductory to Moab riding. People have done Slickrock on all sizes of motorcycles. You do cross Hell's Revenge jeep trail and can download that GPX file to have to know where to optionally exit out if need be.
FinsNThings & Slickrock both could test your limits for the newer rider however they are still a lot of fun for the seasoned rider. The SlickRock Practice loop is pretty tough.
Overview of FinsNThings: (Borrowed from: http://www.utah.com/offroad/fins_things.htm)
The "fins" are the Navajo Sandstone slickrock northeast of Moab, and the "things" are what remains as the fins erode. The fins started as wind-blown sand dunes some 200 million years ago, they got cemented into sandstone, and they are now going full circle back to sand blowing in the wind. The trail is reached via the Sand Flats road, and the territory it covers is the rolling country east of the Hell's Revenge trail and between Negro Bill Canyon and North Fork of Mill Creek Canyon. Sand Flats is now a fee area for individual visitors. There are a few sudden and steep climbs on and off the slickrock that can be difficult for vehicles with long overhangs. Any tire tread will do on the slickrock, but the clearance added by tall tires is always an advantage, while an aggressive tread helps in the sand. Approximate mileage: 25 total, 13 off highway.
Scenery: The views near and far are exceptionally scenic. The Navajo mounds and fins are themselves interesting, and the deep canyon system of Negro Bill adds a special dimension. Farther to the east are the red mesa rims at the base of the snow-covered La Sal Mountains.
Road Surface: Most of the travel time is on slickrock or very sandy dirt. Some of the climbs are aggravated by a loose-sand approach, and there is some deep, loose sand.
Obstacles: One hill of deep sand has a sharp turn that thwarts the high-speed approach often needed in sand, but the hill can be bypassed. There are several steep ups and downs on the slickrock that will drag front, rear, and maybe middle of some vehicles. Slickrock climbs called "Frenchie's Fin" and "Ken's Climb" are very steep.
|Event||2016 Moab Rendezvous|
|Start Time||8 Sep, 10:00 AM|
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