Moab Bike Shuttles

Need a shuttle to ride the Bar M Trails, Mag 7 or Whole Enchilada?

Whole Enchilada Shuttle Co. will pick you up at the shuttle parking lot (675 North Main). Plenty of space for you to leave your vehicle while out riding. Scheduled departures for the Whole Enchilada Trail system (Burro Pass, UPS, LPS and Porcupine Rim- weather dependent) Bar M trails & Mag 7 trails during the spring, summer and fall. Get in more ride-time on your Moab mountain bike trip!

Please note that you are booking the start time of the shuttle. Be sure to show up 15 minutes before departure times as we strive to leave on time. Loading bikes and customers can take time so show up early.

  • Some rides, like Porcupine Rim Trail, Whole Enchilada and Mag 7 have a substantial climb even with a shuttle. This makes the difference for first-timers and tired veterans as well, allowing you to have more fun and log in more ride time.
  • Some roads, such as the Sand Flats Road that riders use to pedal up 12 miles to Porcupine, get very congested and extra-dusty…not too fun.
  • Check out our trails conditions page to see what trails are open. The Whole Enchilada from Burro Pass does not open until after July 1. If you are renting bikes from Poison Spider do not take one of the later shuttles as you will not make it back in time to return the bikes by 5pm. They do offer shuttles earlier but keep in mind the shop may not be open.

Poison Spider Bicycles is not the shuttle company, it is a separate business we work with called Whole Enchilada Shuttle Company. Their website is

Bar M Trails

This is a great option for Beginner and Intermediate riders looking for a shorter ride. Keep in mind you still have 8 miles of downhill on the bike path after you have done the trails at Bar M to get back to town.

Trail Network: The Bar M Trails consist of a network of interconnected loops and trails, offering a variety of options for riders of different skill levels. The trails range from beginner-friendly to more advanced, providing something for everyone.

Trail Difficulty: The trails at Bar M are well-marked with signs indicating their difficulty levels. There are easy, intermediate, and advanced trails, making it a suitable destination for riders of all abilities.

Terrain: The terrain in the Bar M area is typical of the Moab region, featuring slickrock, sand, dirt, and some rocky sections. The slickrock formations are a highlight, offering unique riding experiences.

Trail Loops: Some of the popular trail loops in the Bar M area include the Bar M Loop, Circle O, Rockin’ A, and the Bar B Loop. Each loop has its own characteristics and challenges.

Magnificent 7 Trails

Magnificent 7, Mag-7 is a series of trails that create a 26 mile point to point route. There are a variety of ways to link the trails that include Gemini Bridges, Crips Hole, Bull Run, Arth’s Corner, Great Escape, Little Canyon, Gold Bar, Golden Spike, Moab Brand Trails, Poison Spider and an option to finish down the infamous Portal Trail. Intermediate Riders can opt for the Mag-5 and exit via Gemini Bridges Rd with the option to add some brands trails or head straight bak to town on the paved bike path. NO E-Bikes

Trail Network: The Mag 7 Trails are a collection of interconnected trails, and they are known for providing a wide range of riding experiences, from beginner-friendly to advanced. The network covers a large area, allowing riders to choose their preferred routes and customize the length and difficulty of their ride.

Terrain: The terrain in the Mag 7 area includes slickrock sections, sandy stretches, rock gardens, and technical descents. Slickrock riding is a highlight, with the iconic red rock providing excellent traction.

Trail Difficulty: The Magnificent 7 Trails are known for their diversity in terms of trail difficulty. There are trails suitable for beginners, intermediates, and advanced riders. Some of the more technical sections can be challenging, making them appealing to experienced riders looking for an adrenaline rush.

Popular Trails: Some of the popular trails within the Mag 7 network include Bull Run, Great Escape, Arth’s Corner, Little Canyon, and more. Each trail has its own unique features and challenges.

Whole Enchilada

The Whole Enchilada Trail is a legendary mountain biking experience, offering riders a true taste of the diverse and rugged landscapes of the Moab region. It’s essential to be well-prepared, both in terms of equipment and physical fitness, to fully enjoy this incredible trail. Always prioritize safety and responsible riding practices when tackling this challenging ride.

Preparation: Due to the length and difficulty of the Whole Enchilada, riders should be well-prepared. This includes having a suitable mountain bike, proper protective gear, plenty of water and supplies, and the skills and fitness necessary for a long and challenging ride.

Trail Highlights: The Whole Enchilada is often described as a “bucket list” ride due to its combination of factors. It’s known for its length, with a total descent of approximately 7,000 feet (over 2,100 meters) from its starting point to the finish. The trail takes riders through a wide range of environments, from alpine forests to high desert slickrock.

Terrain: The terrain on the Whole Enchilada Trail is incredibly diverse. It includes rocky sections, challenging technical descents, flowing singletrack, and even sections of slickrock. Riders will encounter everything from steep descents to alpine meadows and aspen groves.

Trail Difficulty: The Whole Enchilada is considered an advanced to expert-level trail due to its length and challenging terrain. It’s physically demanding, and riders should be prepared for technical sections, steep descents, and potentially changing weather conditions.