Navajo Lake Loop Trail
The Navajo Lake Loop Trail is an intermediate technical singletrack loop running around Navajo Lake near Brian Head. The trail is located at 9100 feet altitude in cool pine, fir, and aspen forest. The trail base is mostly packed dirt, with a little cinder riding over the lava flow at the east end of the lake. The ride is 11.5 miles; total climbing only about 200 feet vertical. It's fairly easy aerobic, with almost all of the climbing in the first 1.5 miles.
Trailhead: left side of road, 5.4 miles from highway GPS N 37° 32.020' W 112° 49.303'
1.6 trail leaves Virgin River Rim Trail, go left GPS N 37° 31.238' W 112° 48.594'
2.7 trail fork, go right uphill
3.6 trail fork, go right uphill
3.8 trail crosses
6.3 cross Navajo Lake Road GPS N 37° 31.056' W 112° 44.996'
10.7 north trailhead GPS N 37° 31.792' W 112° 48.525' go straight ahead on doubletrack
11.4 meet paved road, turn right
11.6 back at trailhead
Getting there: From Cedar City, drive up the canyon on U-14 for 25 miles. Turn right on the Navajo Lake road and drive 5.4 miles past the lake. The trailhead will be on the left, with parking about 200 feet down the road on the right GPS N 37° 32.020' W 112° 49.303'.

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