The Palmer Trail (to Red Rock Canyon) from High Drive is a nice afternoon mountain bike ride for intermediate riders that’s only minutes away from town but feels like miles. Depending on the route you take it’s approximately 6 to 9 miles.

Read more about the Palmer Trail HERE and HERE..

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2 Responses to Bike Month: Mountain Biking the Palmer Trail

  1. Nice! Makes me wish I had the day off.

  2. Steve Elder says:

    Beautiful presentation. Makes me itch to ride but my frame is cracked an I’m waiting for a part….Thanks for this motivation.

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