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Geyser Pass Singletrack Figure-eight Ride
The Geyser Pass singletrack is the newest addition to the Whole Enchilada mountain bike route. The Whole Enchilada is an adventure ride that descends from 11,000 feet elevation in the La Sal Mountains to 4200 feet at the Colorado River. Geyser Pass starts things out with 1.5 miles of high-altitude cruiser singletrack. The figure-eight ride has a moderate amount of climbing at high altitude and is intermediate in technical requirement.
Riding guide, loop or figure-eight:
0.0    ST between toilet and kiosk
         N38 29.122 W109 13.940
0.05  L on DT N38 29.163 W109 13.932
0.1    L at DT fork N38 29.197 W109 13.913
0.15  R on ST N38 29.228 W109 13.930
1.5    R downhill on Burro DT
         N38 29.756 W109 13.056
1.9    R on Geyser Springs Rd 071
         N38 29.408 W109 12.906
3.0    Option:  L to return to TH (at mile 3.1)
         N38 29.197 W109 13.913
     ... or R for figure-eight ride
3.0    R for Moonlight Meadows
         N38 29.197 W109 13.913
3.1    L on ST (Moonlight Meadows)
         N38 29.279 W109 13.966
4.7    L across creek (Clark Lake Tr)
         N38 29.286 W109 14.922
         Short hike-a-bike uphill
4.9    L on road (FR 071)
         N38 29.177 W109 15.119
6.5    Back at parking, Geyser Pass
Getting there, Geyser Pass TH:
On Moab's Main Street, head south on US-191. Zero your odometer at Center Street Center Street and drive 8.2 miles. Turn left toward Ken's Lake - La Sal Loop Road. At the T intersection 1/2 mile later, turn right. Stay on the paved La Sal Loop Road to mile 20.6, then turn right on gravel Geyser Pass road. After several miles the road narrows to a single lane. Drive 8 miles on Geyser Pass road (to mile 28.6) until you see a bathroom, kiosk, and parking on your left with a road fork straight ahead.  This is Geyser Pass (N38 29.122 W109 13.940).
East end at Burro Pass TH:  Go left (you should see a "Burro Pass 1.2" sign as you curve around the fork), then keep right at the fork that immediately follows. 1.2 miles later (mile 29.8) turn left off the main road on an eroded doubletrack climbing steeply up the mountain, with a sign "Burro Pass TH" (N38 29.408 W109 12.906). Go 1/2 mile up the mountain (4-wheel drive strongly suggested here) and park on the right side where the DT disappears into some fir trees. The Geyser Pass trail is 200 feet down the doubletrack.

Trail conditions, connections, and alignments will change. Use this guide at your own risk. 2015