It’s not been much of a riding season for a lot of us, lockdowns, forest fires, high heat warnings, but as September is just around the corner and prime riding time…why not head to Utah.
3 Step Hideaway is around an hour southeast of Moab, and September brings perfect riding conditions as the location sits around 2000 feet higher than Moab it’s the place to be, for sure.
Scott aka ‘Dingweed’ knows this, so he sets up a meet at his place called the ALPINE RENDEZVOUS, a small gathering that usually attracts up to about 50 riders, September 17-20
The 3 Step is the perfect location to use as a stopover if you are crossing the country on the Trans America Trail, or if you want to come here specifically to ride in this area.
Dingweed has a number of GPX tracks for rides right on and around the property to challenge every skill level.
…and when you are done riding for the day, grab a hot shower, have a home-cooked meal, a couple of adult beverages around the campfire, and then settle into your tent, teepee, or cabin and do it all again the next day.
If you aren’t familiar with the 3 Step:
Whether you are hiking, riding a horse, mountain biking, dirt bike riding, 4-wheeling or on ATVs, you’re sure to enjoy exploring the wide-open spaces found in Lisbon Valley and beyond. Surrounded on three sides by pristine BLM land and only two miles from the Colorado State Line, you’ll find off-road trails in abundance right from our front door.
For those traveling by automobile and adventure motorcycle, memories await you nearby at Utah’s fabulous Canyonlands, Natural Bridges, or the Dinosaur Museum. Sandstone formations abound in Monument Valley and Arches, plus there are several other national monuments within reasonable driving distance. Tall mountain peaks, forests and mountain meadows can be found at Manti La Sal National Forest. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area brings together the best of majestic red rock canyons and water fun at Lake Powell.