Dino Flow Trail
The Dino Flow mountain bike trail opened in March 2012 in the Klondike Bluffs (Baby Steps) riding area north of Moab. It's easy-intermediate in technical requirement, but suitable for experienced beginners who are willing to walk a few short spots. The trail is 4.5 miles in length. The Dino Flow trail begins at the road fork where Klondike Bluffs splits from Copper Ridge Road. It follows the lower slope northwest, midway between the Copper Ridge Road below and the EKG Trail above.
Riding notes, clockwise loop with EKG trail:
0.0    Cross cattleguard heading east
N38 46.418 W109 42.735
0.8    DT splits, take ST in middle (Dino Flow)
N38 46.998 W109 43.072
1.0    Keep L (R = EKG trail add-on 2012)
N38 47.118 W109 42.983
1.4    Join EKG, then keep L as EKG forks away
N38 47.369 W109 43.253
1.9    Cross Baby Steps South (DT)
N38 47.590 W109 43.556
3.1    Cross Salt Wash
N38 48.248 W109 44.147
4.4    Cross Baby Steps North
N38 48.898 W109 44.718
5.3    R uphill on Mega Steps
N38 49.355 W109 45.167
5.5    R on EKG
N38 49.419 W109 45.037
6.5    Join Baby Steps for 100 feet
N38 48.974 W109 44.611
Split L to stay on EKG
N38 48.951 W109 44.619
7.8    Cross Salt Wash
N38 48.598 W109 43.913
9.5    R downhill on Baby Steps
(Option 2012: straight on EKG)
N38 47.742 W109 43.284
9.8    L on Dino Flow
N38 47.590 W109 43.556
10.9  Straight onto DT
N38 46.998 W109 43.072
11.7  Parking
Getting there: Starting at the Colorado River, drive 15 miles north from Moab. Look for a turnout with parking on the right and a sign for Klondike Bluffs Road. There will usually be cars parked there (GPS N 38° 44.452' W 109° 44.037'). For a longer ride, park here and ride up the road.  Most cyclists will choose to go through the gate and drive 2.7 miles. Keep left at the fork. At 2.8 miles, park your car in the broad parking area by the fence. Go eastbound across the cattleguard through the fence and begin your ride.

Note: Map color-coded to show named trails individually. Does not correspond to described loop above.

Copyright 2012 Mad Scientist Software Inc. Trail conditions change. Use this trail guide at your own risk.