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Bar M Sidewinder
Bar M Sidewinder is a short singletrack in the Brand Trails riding area north of Moab. It isn't a "ride" all by itself. Most riders will use it as a dirt alternative to the paved Old 191 bike path when traveling up or down-canyon. It's intermediate in technical difficulty, 1.5 miles long, with connectors to Rusty Spur and Old 191. Altitude change is 300 feet. Used primarily as a connector between trails.
Riding notes, top to bottom:
0.0  Right off Old 191 on Bar M Sidewinder
       N38 38.313 W109 39.297
0.1  Keep straight (R = to Rusty Spur)
       N38 38.227 W109 39.253
0.2  Keep right (L = to Old 191)
       N38 38.099 W109 39.092
0.5  S turn above gorge
1.1  Keep right (L = to Old 191)
       N38 37.723 W109 38.884
1.4  Join Old 191
       N38 37.531 W109 38.713
Riding notes, bottom to top:
0.0  L off Old 191 onto ST
       N38 37.531 W109 38.713
0.3  Fork L (R  to Old 191)
       N38 37.723 W109 38.884
1.2  Keep L (R = to Old 191)
       N38 38.099 W109 39.092
1.3  Keep R (L = to Rusty Spur)
       N38 38.227 W109 39.253
1.4  L uphill on Old 191
       N38 38.313 W109 39.297
Getting there:  From the north, exit I-70 at Crescent Junction and drive south on US-191 for 22 miles. From Moab, drive 7 miles north from the Colorado River on 191. When you see the Gemini Bridges parking area, look for a gravel road on the opposite side (east, away from the cliffs). Turn onto the gravel road and immediately go right. Drive past the first parking lot. (This is restaurant parking or fee parking GPS N 38 39.38' W 109 40.66'.) As you approach the fence and kiosk at the paved trail, turn left and drive 1/4 mile to the gravel parking lot in the bottom of the valley N38 39.107 W109 40.110. To find the trailhead, see the directions above.

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