The White Rim Trail is a long 4x4 / moto / bike route in Canyonlands National Park near Moab UT. Depending on where you start and end it's anywhere from 90-105 miles. It's a classic mountain bike ride usually done over 3 to 4 days with camping and vehicle support, but also done as a single-day marathon adventure ride. Camping permits are very difficult to get (typically a year in advance) and guided tours are very expensive, so the single day option is good if you're fit enough. The route is quite remote with no water available, but you'll typically see some motorcycles, bike tour groups, and sometimes a park ranger.
- 102 miles (starting and ending at Horsethief BLM Campground, riding counter-clockwise)
- 7200 feet elevation gain
- 13h 30m total time
- 11h 8m moving time
- Sunny, lows in the mid 40s, highs in the upper 70s
- Many miles of horrible beach sand between Mineral Bottom and Murphy's Hogback