Moab’s Whole Enchilada MTB trail is one of the best rides you can ever experience on two wheels. There’s high alpine forest singletrack, an expansive meadow overlooking colossal red rock monuments, and extensive slickrock tech riding, all while dropping 8,000’ from the La Sal mountains to the Colorado River. But that’s not the entire Whole Enchilada that Leadville winner Hannah Otto wants you to ride. It’s missing the climb up to earn that jaw-dropping scenery.
Taking off from the streets of Moab, Hannah raced up the paved roads and forest fire roads to the top of the iconic trailhead and back to town, absolutely smashing an all-new FKT (fastest know time) while at it.
Experience this lesser-known take on the Whole Enchilada for yourself, and ride Hannah’s official route.
Hannah’s Official FKT Stats
8,011 feet of elevation gain
Lowest Elevation: 4,004 feet
Highest Elevation: 11,146 feet
Finishing Time: 5 hours 50 minutes and 38 seconds