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Recommended Users: Mountain Bikers, Hikers, Equestrians. Two-track and Singletrack trail. 1.2 miles in length. Difficulty: Moderate/More Difficult (IMBA Trail Difficulty Rating System). This trail climbs and dips and sweeps around several tight switchbacks in order to reach the separate mesa that…

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Rim Rock Trail is located in Utah

Directions

Cove Wash Trailhead – From I-15 Exit 6 turn north on Bluff Street. Turn left on Sunset Blvd. Continue on Sunset Blvd as it turns into Santa Clara Drive. Turn left on Gates Lane (just before reaching the Jacob Hamblin Home on the right). Cross the river and at 0.4 miles turn left (leaving the pavement). Note that the road from this point is steep and rocky, and can be eroded. At 0.7 miles turn right (at sign for Reserve). At 0.7 miles turn right (at sign for Reserve). Pass the water tank, and at 1.3 miles turn right (at sign for reserve). Follow the road around to the left and park in the trailhead at 1.5 miles.

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37.11504641 N
113.68117818 W

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About This Campground

Recommended Users: Mountain Bikers, Hikers, Equestrians. Two-track and Singletrack trail. 1.2 miles in length. Difficulty: Moderate/More Difficult (IMBA Trail Difficulty Rating System). This trail climbs and dips and sweeps around several tight switchbacks in order to reach the separate mesa that the Rim Rock Trail encircles. As alluded to in its name, the trail follows the rim of the mesa and passes though a couple of rock gardens. Look for striking rock formations such as sand filled potholes and highly eroded sculptures. Also look around at the great views of Boomer Hill, Santa Clara Peak, Cove Wash, and the distant White Hills. Having not experienced recent cattle hooves or OHV use, the mesa is a good place to see interesting desert plants, unusual reptiles, and cryptobiotic soils. Please keep it that way by staying on the trail.The singletrack portion of this trail is a loop and can be biked in either direction. Several other “Rim” trails can be reached from Rim Rock: Rim Reaper, Rim Ramble, and Rim Runner.

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