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Three Peaks Race Loop
The Three Peaks Trail System has four goodies: three loops of varying length and difficulty, and a technical rock area that's definitely worth your attention. This trail system is located just northwest of Cedar City at the Three Peaks recreation area, at an altitude of 5800 feet. Peak altitude is 6150 for the loop rides.  Riding season is late April through November.
Riding Notes, Race Course Loop:
0.0   Left through fence then keep R
        N37 46.017 W113 10.090
0.2   Keep right (Practice Loop)
        N37 46.145 W113 10.147
0.5   Trail turns L w fence
        N37 46.363 W113 10.147
0.6   L and through fence
        N37 46.381 W113 10.257
        Follow signs carefully!
0.9   L on dirt road N37 46.182 W113 10.307
1.5   R off DT onto ST
        N37 46.267 W113 10.674
1.6   Keep L (R = Outlaw)
        N37 46.333 W113 10.765
2.1   Fork L (R = Short Cut)
        N37 46.646 W113 11.030

2.4   Keep straight (L = Three Peaks)
        N37 46.541 W113 11.247
2.5   Keep R (L = Earl's)
        N37 46.627 W113 11.312
3.2   Fork R on Big Hole/Race Course
        N37 47.054 W113 10.956
3.3   Keep L (R = Short Cut)
        N37 46.966 W113 10.827
3.5   Fork R (L = Big Hole)
        N37 46.947 W113 10.703
4.0   Keep straight (cross Sweet Pea)
        N37 46.530 W113 10.512
4.3   Fork L on Practice Loop
        N37 46.471 W113 10.238
4.4   Fork R (L = Lost World)
        N37 46.502 W113 10.226
5.1   Back at trailhead

Getting there: Just north of Cedar City, take the Enoch/Minersville I-15 exit #62. Go north on U-130 (towards Minersville) 2.6 miles, then turn left on Midvalley Road. Drive 6 miles straight west. Pass the "welcome area" which is the first turnout. Now watch for the sign indicating the Mountain Bike Trailhead. Turn right on a gravel road into the trailhead. The ride starts behind the kiosk and the picnic table.

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