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Three Lakes

Basics
Location:
In the La Sal Mountains east of Moab
Length:
14 mile loop
Difficulty:
Advanced
Time To Allow:
1/2 day
Elevation Change:
3700 feet

Description

Three Lakes Trail is a figure-8 loop of mostly primitive and often elusive single track through forests of aspen and fir in the La Sal Mountains. Along the route are 3 pretty alpine lakes and nice views of the surrounding desert red rock canyon country. You will encounter one calf-deep river crossing, higher in early summer. The route is ridable June to October, though its often wet in early summer.

Details

Location:
In the La Sal Mountains east of Moab
Length:
14 mile loop
Difficulty:
Advanced
Time To Allow:
1/2 day
Some say 1 to 2 hours
Elevation Change:
3700
Additional Details:
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