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Killer B Trail - Descent from Bar B to old highway 191
The Killer B is a very short but insanely steep downhill route from the south end of the Bar B loop to old highway 191. Killer B itself is only 0.7 miles in length, but the minimum ride that will get you on this trail is 8.4 miles. You'll descend 650 feet, an average 20% rate of drop. Only very skilled riders should go on this trail! A couple of sandstone slabs are so steep, you can't stand up in bike shoes -- you gotta ride!
Riding notes, Bar M - Killer B - 191 loop:
0.0   Exit parking, turn right and ride south
0.7   Pass Gemini underpass, keep straight
1.7   Fork L (leave 191)
2.3   Fork R (L = Bar M shortcut)
2.9   Keep straight (Bar M loops to L)
        After 100 feet, fork R on ST = Bar B

4.3    Fork R downhill on Killer B
4.6    Veer R on narrow trail
4.9    Start hiking!
5.0    R on old 191 uphill
6.7    Straight on Bar M
8.4    Back at parking

Getting there:
From the north: Drive south on US-191 for 22 miles south of I-70. 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, then right again into the parking area. GPS N 38 39.38' W 109 40.66'. The trail starts by riding the gravel road either north or south. Our ride description assumes you'll ride south out of the parking lot, counterclockwise on the Bar M.

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Trail conditions change. Use this trail guide at your own risk.