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Recommended Users: Mountain Bikers, Hikers. Singletrack trail. 3.5 miles in length. Difficulty: Moderate/More Difficult. Goosebumps Trail connects to and can only be accessed by other trails. Reach Goosebumps from the Jem Trail, Cryptobionic Trail, or Dead Ringer Trail.Constructed in 2013, the 3.5…

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Location

Goosebumps Trail is located in Utah

Directions

Jem Trailhead—From Interstate 15 Exit 16, head east on State Route 9 to Hurricane City. Turn right on Main Street. Take the first left onto State Route 59 and at 5.0 miles turn left on the gravel road and continue 0.25 miles to the trailhead. Alternative Parking Area—From Main Street in Hurricane City, take the first left onto State Route 59 and at 3.1 miles turn left on the gravel road (marked by a very large gravel turnout on the shoulder of SR 59). Travel 2 miles and park in the disturbed area on the right.

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37.16240744 N
113.22672128 W

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Recommended Users: Mountain Bikers, Hikers. Singletrack trail. 3.5 miles in length. Difficulty: Moderate/More Difficult. Goosebumps Trail connects to and can only be accessed by other trails. Reach Goosebumps from the Jem Trail, Cryptobionic Trail, or Dead Ringer Trail.Constructed in 2013, the 3.5 mile Goosebumps trail hugs the toe of the slope at the base of Gooseberry Mesa. Riders flow through the “bumps” as they cross the multiple drainages coming off the mesa. Goosebumps is one of those rare trails that can be enjoyed by experts and beginners alike. The trail splits briefly into A-line and B-line sections in multiple locations. The A-lines are for expert/advanced riders and contain steep drops, jumps, difficult terrain, and even a narrow fin with drop-offs on either side. The B-line is far gentler and is appropriate for beginners. Just make sure you read the signs correctly at the intersections!Mountain Biking Loop: Numerous looping opportunities are available.

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