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EKG Trail
The EKG Trail is a 4.1 mile slickrock ride located north of Moab. It's part of a trail complex (Klondike Area) that includes Baby Steps, Little Salty, and Mega Steps in addition to the Klondike Bluffs trail. The EKG Trail is an expert-level tech trail, but can be managed by strong intermediates. To get to the trail, you need to ride out from the trailhead and incorporate portions of other trails, so the minimum ride will be 11 miles. The trail can be done either direction.
Riding guide, Copper Ridge to EKG loop:
0.0   East across cattle guard
        N38 46.417 W109 42.735
0.8   Veer L on Copper Ridge Rd
        N38 46.997 W109 43.072
1.7   Straight (R = Baby Steps)
        N38 47.545 W109 43.603
2.6   Straight (R = Little Salty)
        N38 48.184 W109 44.194
3.6   Straight (R = Baby Steps North)
        N38 48.810 W109 44.847
4.4   R on Mega Steps
        N38 49.196 W109 45.404
4.8   R on EKG Trail
        N38 49.420 W109 45.029
5.8   Baby Steps joins from the left
        Veer L (southeast) to stay on EKG
        N38 48.964 W109 44.611
7.2   Straight (cross Little Salty)
        N38 48.591 W109 43.916
8.9   R downhill on Baby Steps
        N38 47.750 W109 43.292
9.3   L on Copper Ridge Rd
        N38 47.546 W109 43.604
10.2 R (L=Klondike Bluffs)
        N38 46.982 W109 43.070
11.0 Back at parking
Getting there: Starting at the Colorado River, drive 15 miles north from Moab. Look for a turnout with parking on the right and a sign for Klondike Bluffs Road. There will usually be cars parked there (GPS N 38 44.452' W 109 44.037'). For a longer ride, park here and ride up the road.  Most cyclists will choose to go through the gate and drive 2.7 miles. Keep left at the fork. At 2.8 miles, park your car in the broad parking area by the fence. Go eastbound across the cattleguard through the fence and begin your ride.
Note: Map color-coded to show named trails individually. Does not correspond to described loops above.

Copyright 2011 Mad Scientist Software Inc. Trail layout and conditions change. Use this guide at your own risk.