Stansbury Front

Total Miles
21.1

Elevation

2,563.61 ft

Duration

2.5 Hours

Technical Rating

5

Moderate

Best Time

Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Stansbury Front is a 22-mile-long trail that travels north-south along the Stansbury Mountain range. This trail is point-to-point and ends very far from where you begin. Most riders get to the end, turn around, and ride another 22 miles back to their vehicle. Allow 4+ hours for the full out-and-back. The track is a bizarre combination of smooth, flowy single track through dense woods and sections of rocky desert-type riding. The dirt in the wooded portions is excellent and features some larger roots to get over. The surface outside of the woods is dusty and has a lot of sharp embedded and loose rocks. There's one rock ledge near the northern end that can be difficult to go down/up. The entire trail essentially side-hills the mountain range, so there are a lot of up and downhills. None are very steep. Overall elevation ranges from 6,100 to 8,400 feet.

Difficulty

This is a narrow trail in some areas with loose and embedded rock sections. One rock ledge is 2-3 feet in height and has no bypass. There are several large roots in the woods where the dirt is eroding, making this section more difficult.

Technical Rating

5

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