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Chicken Corner
Chicken Corner is a dirt-road ride that can be just about any length you want. Go to the spot where you want to start, then ride. For example, you can do the ride from a camping spot in Kane Springs Canyon. The "official" starting point is the parking lot at the bottom of Kane Springs Canyon. This will give you a ride of about 43 miles. (You can easily start from Moab itself. It's 5 miles from the McDonalds on 191 to Kane Springs Canyon. This will add 10 miles to the round-trip riding distance.)
Riding notes, from Kane Springs Parking:
0.0    Southeast (uphill) on Kane Springs Rd
         N38 31.940 W109 35.940
0.5    Amasa Back parking N38 31.711 W109 35.700
3.0    Hunters Canyon N38 30.597 W109 35.798
6.5    Keep R (L=Kane Creek)
         N38 27.881 W109 36.050 Turn to northwest
9.6    Hurrah Pass N38 28.913 W109 37.492
12.2  Fork L (R = Jackson Hole, Bass Camp)
         N38 28.287 W109 39.027

13.9  Keep R N38 27.342 W109 40.081
14.6  Stay straight, through wash
         N38 26.752 W109 40.086
21.4  Trail end at Chicken Corner N38 26.486 W109 44.254
28.2  Through wash, then stay straight after exit
         N38 26.752 W109 40.086
         (don't veer L into wash or cross wash again)
33.2  Hurrah Pass
42.8  Back at entry to Kane Springs Canyon

Getting there: Head south on Moab's Main Street. When you reach the McDonald's, turn right onto Kane Creek Blvd. After 0.6 miles, go straight where the road seems to turn right (500 West). Drive (or bike) along the Colorado River for 5 miles until the road turns to gravel. Park in the ATV parking lot at the bottom of Kane Creek Canyon, or if it's too crowded, go on up the road 1/2 mile to the Amasa Back parking area.

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