The Church Rocks Loop is a popular trail just north of Washington (about 10 miles north of St. George). The loop itself is 3.1 miles of 80% slickrock.
These two trails were added to the Hurricane Cliffs trail system in 2014. Neither is a stand-alone trail, as you must combine other trails to create a ride. From either end, you'll need to do a portion of JEM to reach them.
Dead Ringer is a fun singletrack in the JEM riding area. It extends from the upper (Highway 59) JEM trailhead downhill to end on Cryptobionic just north of Sheep Bridge Road.
The Dino Cliffs Trail is a singletrack route along the low red cliffs just north of Washington. The trail itself is short (1.8 miles), but you must ride dirt road to get there. The ride is 4.3 miles as a loop and about the same as an out-and-back.
A Must-Ride Classic! Fantastic riding area on a mesa southwest of Zion National Park. Singletrack and slickrock, stunts, fun technical stuff. Advanced technical. Only brief sprint-type climbs. Season February through mid-December.
Good family ride. Easy technical, tiny bit of climbing on double-track (jeep road) that runs the length of Gooseberry Mesa. Around three miles, with options for longer rides, including combination with short sections of singletrack trail.
Long uninterrupted singletrack along the northeastern edge of Gooseberry Mesa, not officially sanctioned. Local advocates are working on BLM access and private land issues. Around 10 miles of singletrack, 15-mile loop. Advanced technical. Great views
Alternate loop on the north end of Gooseberry Mesa, shorter than the bigger loops to the south. Singletrack runs along the northern cliff edge. Moderately-advanced technical, no big climbs. Season February through mid-December.
Singletrack from the city of Hurricane up to the doubletrack leading to Gould's Rim. Season February through mid-December, winter when dry between storms.
Singletrack running from the cliffs above Hurricane along Gould's Wash. Links to top of J.E.M. trail for option of long loop using Hurricane Rim Trail. Light climbing. Some narrow twisting undulating singletrack makes this upper-intermediate tech.
Doubletrack to viewpoint, then steep drop down old coach road (eroded into singletrack) to the valley. Steep tricky descent. Loop 9.5 miles in length with 1100 elevation gain, top altitude 5000 feet. Located just outside Zion National Park. Season la
Singletrack and open slickrock riding. Intermediate to advanced, with plenty of stunt opportunities. Around 8 miles in length, little elevation gain -- a lot of quick ups and downs. Located just outside Zion National Park.
ATV trail system with substantial climbing and loose sand. Advanture ride for very strong experienced riders with fat-tire bikes. Season March through mid-December.
Singletrack running from the cliffs above Hurricane along the edge of the Virgin River Gorge. Links to lower end of J.E.M. trail. Out-and-back, one-way with shuttle from upper or lower JEM trailheads, or option of long loop using Gould's Rim Trail.
Doubletrack along the skirts of Gooseberry Mesa, suitable for beginners and bike trailers. Useful as a loop route to reach intermediate-level trails.
Short loops on the north edge of Kanab, with larger system planned but still under construction. Season March through December.
Fantastic new trail system east of Hurricane, south of Gooseberry Mesa. Includes three ride options: West Mesa 9 miles, The Point Loop 9 miles, Sandstone Loop 6 miles.
This is a six-mile loop with a highly technical descent over rough rock just south of Leeds. Moderate climbing, via the Historic Babylon trail. Recommended for experts only. Season year-round as snow and rain allows.
Two rides: up-and-down out-and-back ATV-track, nice views, easier technical with occasional climbing. Around 7 miles in length. Connects to La Verkin Creek gorge ride, head up-creek. Located north of Hurricane, just east of La Verkin.
Beginner-level singletrack, suitable for children. 3.4 mile lariat loop from the Highway 59 JEM trailhead. Minimal gentle climbing. Season year-round.
Nephi's Twist is a short doubletrack ride up a colorful wash near La Verkin. The non-official version includes a highly technical ridge-line ride. But this singletrack can only be found by those who know exactly where it is.
This intermediate-technical trail runs along cliffs from Leeds to Washington. Dirt singletrack, little climbing. Connects to Church Rocks. Season year-round.
Advanced technical singletrack hugging clay badland slopes. About 3 miles long, done as out-and-back or loop return via paved road. Season year-round.
Intermediate level singletrack between the Overlook trail system and Quail Lake. Season year-round.