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Watching people ride Slickrock on a screen in 2D is much different than riding it in 3D!
I took my boys (9 & 12) to ride the practice loop. It kicked my hiney and wasn’t easy for the boys but we had fun. They rode...More
If you do the full hike I would rate it difficult. It is just under 11 miles and includes a lot of steep climbs and descents.
Take plenty of food and water. We did it with a high of 40F and it kicked my wives...More
To maximize enjoyment I recommend riding the new Navajo rocks area trails off of road 313 for an intermediate slick rock experience (e.g. Rambin - Rocky Tops loop clockwise) before tackling this more challenging classic if some of your group hasn't experienced slick rock riding...More
This trail is tough and I wouldn't go when wet.
You can bike or walk the trail, I did both as it was to hard for me to climb the rocks while biking.
Pushing the bike uphill was a challange as well.
Allow spare time,...More
pretty much any decent tire hooked up well riding this area when in the conditions we saw it in. I would imagine water would make it interesting, but none during the week we visited. It's a nice loop with real good vistas, you can see...More
The first time I rode Slick rock, I knew it was going to be tough when I took my first break and could still see the parking lot!. I live is Florida at 28 feet above sea level, to the dry conditions and altitude kinda...More
We hiked instead of biked. There is a practice trail for the bikers, but it is easy to hike it and stay out of the way of the bikers. You do not have to stick to the trail, as long as you can easily trace...More