Paradox Trail Guide

The Paradox Trail links the Tabeguache Trail on the Uncompahgre Plateau and Kokopelli’s Trail in the La Sal Mountains of Utah. Its 100+ mile length traverses a wide variety of terrain, elevation and ecological zones. Most of its length follows jeep and county roads with some singletrack sections. It is accessible by mountain bike from the months of May through November although many sections are accessible year round.

The trail is marked at key intersections or at every mile with brown carsonite posts with the Paradox Trail emblem. The trail descriptions included in this brochure are from east to west and all mileages are approximate. Vehicle access points are marked on the map. Major portions of the trail are accessible by two-wheel drive vehicles. Check locally for road and trail conditions. The use of topographic maps and a compass or GPS is highly recommended.