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Three Amigos
This trail alternates narrow singletrack with doubletrack, undulating through red and white dirt. The trail is marked with stakes and carsonite posts. It's upper-intermediate in technical requirement. Good bike-handling skills are required to stay off the soft shoulder and out of the cactus. Length is 6 miles. You'll do about 900 feet of total climbing, starting at 5900 feet of elevation to a peak altitude of about 6250. The first couple of miles are a steady climb with some up-and-down. You cross three ridges as the ride plunges fairly steeply into canyons then climbs back out. As you complete the loop, you'll encounter some tight switchbacks as you climb. These are a challenge to clean, especially if the cows have made things a little loose. The ride's big finish is the plunge from 6250 to 5900 feet as you rocket through the sage and juniper.
Clockwise riding notes:
0.0   Singletrack TH uphill side of road
0.1   Join ST from Cabin Boy, straight
0.4   Cross DT
0.6   Merge DT
0.8   Veer R onto ST
1.3   R on DT at trough
1.4   R off DT on ST
2.1   R onto DT
2.2   L on DT
2.4   L on ST
3.3   Fork hard R
        Then merge DT
3.5   L onto ST
3.8   L onto DT
4.3   R onto ST
5.2   L on DT (return route)
5.4   R onto ST
5.5   Cross DT
5.9   Back at pavement
Getting there:  In Vernal on US-40 (the main drag), turn north on US-191. Drive to mile 10.7 and turn right at the paved road signed "Red Fleet Dinosaur Trackway." You'll cross a cattleguard and start uphill. Now watch for a dirt road on your left at mile 1.6 since leaving 191. Turn into the dirt road and park. On your bike, go back to the paved road and turn left. About 100 feet later, find the singletrack marked with a carsonite sign on the left side of the road, heading north uphill just before a guardrail.
2.4 miles from US-191 on the Dinosaur Trackway road is a bathroom at the the trackway trailhead. No water.

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