Dead Horse Point Singletrack

Towering 2,000 feet above the Colorado River, a breathtaking panorama with sculpted pinnacles and buttes.

Dead Horse Point is one of Utah’s most spectacular state parks and offers a great taste of what Moab mt biking is all about. Towering 2,000 feet above the Colorado River, the park provides a breathtaking panorama of the Canyonlands area with sculpted pinnacles and buttes. This super fun introduction to singletrack has rolling terrain, mixed with some short climbs and lots of fun sections to cruise on. Some previous mountain bike experience is highly recommended.

We enjoy the Intrepid Trail in the morning on our half-day tours. On our full-day tours we include lunch at the park’s main viewpoint and finish our day on the more challenging Twisted Tree and Prickly Pear trail segments on the west side of the park.

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Dead Horse Point Singletrack Photo Gallery


Day Tour Details

Dead Horse Point Singletrack

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  • Standard Price:
    Half  Day     Full Day  
    1 (solo only) $235 pp   1 (solo only) $300 pp
    2-8 $140 pp   2-8 $205 pp
    9+ Inquire   9+ Inquire
  • Private Tour Price:
    Half Day      Full Day   
    1 $290 pp   1 $360 pp
    2-8 $185 pp   2-8 $250 pp
    9+ Inquire   9+ Inquire

    Price includes bike. Subtract $25 own bike.
    Price does not include tax or guide gratuity.

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  • Departs: Standard half and full-day tours depart in the morning — time varies seasonally
  • Distance: Half-day: 10 miles; Full-day: 18-20 miles
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    Half-day Tour

    Dead Horse Point Half-day Elevation Profile

  • Fair and 20 F at Moab, Canyonlands Field, UT
    Winds are Southwest at 3.5 MPH (3 KT). The pressure is 1026.4 mb and the humidity is 92%. Last Updated on Nov 29 2023, 1:53 am MST.

    10 Day Forecast

    Half Day Tour Route Video

    Dead Horse Point Singletrack Tour

    Descriptive Video

    Thanks to Matt and Anna of SolJourn for the awesome video!