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|Lazy EZ Loop Trail
The Lazy EZ loop is part of the "Brand Trails" system just north of Moab. This 3.1-mile lariat-shape singletrack loop is inserted inside the Bar M loop. The mellow riding is suitable for early intermediates and good beginners. There's a bit of mild up-and-down for around 150 vertical feet of climbing. It's a great trail for those just getting started with singletrack. The northern end of Lazy-EZ forks off the doubletrack "Short Loop", just 1/2 dirt-road mile from the parking area. After 0.1 mile, the trail splits into Lazy (eastern trail) and EZ (western). Whichever trail you choose, after about 1.5 miles the trails reach the Bar M loop about 100 feet apart. Beginners can loop back, while most riders will continue on for a longer ride.
|Lazy-EZ Loop, counterclockwise:
0.0 Exit parking southbound on DT N38 39.223 W109 40.468
0.3 Fork L on "Bar M Short Loop" DT
N38 39.008 W109 40.291
0.6 Fork R off DT onto Lazy-EZ singletrack
N38 39.187 W109 39.990
0.7 Keep R for counterclockwise loop on EZ
N38 39.169 W109 39.855
2.0 Stay L on main trail; don't go to DT yet
2.1 Temporarily join DT eastbound (Left)
|Getting there: From the north, exit I-70 at
Cresent 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,
then right again into the parking area. GPS N 38° 39.38' W 109° 40.66'.
The Bar M trail starts by riding the gravel road south.
Alternate: From Moab, ride the Old Highway 191 (paved trail) until you reach the Bar M sign. Then, instead of ducking under the road, step through the break in the fence on the right. The gravel trail is the Bar M trail. The "Short Loop" trail heads east right where you exit the paved trail.
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