Travel + Places The Daily Bike, February 8, 2013 Gooseberry Mesa has become hallowed ground for desert riding. That’s fine. You guys enjoy it. I’ll be here… Photo: Janne By Steve Casimiro February 08, 2013 0 10 Gooseberry Mesa has become hallowed ground for desert riding. That’s fine. You guys enjoy it. I’ll be here… Photo: Janne Tjärnström by Mattias Fredriksson See more from Mattias here. Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Tags: Daily Bike Steve Casimiro is the editor of Adventure Journal. Recommended PostsThe Most Influential Women in CyclingSome of My Best Friends Have Been BicyclesPlus Size Bikes Gaining Momentum Showing 10 comments dave downing February 8, 2013 Reply why not ride both? Daina Kalnins February 8, 2013 Reply Do you tour? Friends who tour? Have you planned your 2013 ride? Check out our site and one of our favorite ‘day’ rides. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Muds8VUzim8 jeremy February 8, 2013 Reply Ok, so where’s this trail? Looks like Bearclaw Poppy terrain almost, but dont recognize the spot… binny bin February 8, 2013 Reply would love to know where this is as well. Gooseberry is kinda overrated and just doesn’t have a lot of flow. Stephen February 8, 2013 Reply Book Cliffs, outside Green River, UT????? Dean February 8, 2013 Reply There are some new trails near Quail Lake. Looks like it??? Whit Richardson February 9, 2013 Reply It’s St George area according to Mattias’s web site, but not sure which trail. http://www.mattiasfredriksson.com/photos/biking/trail_riding/janne_tjarnstrom_st_george_utah_usa RobiP February 9, 2013 Reply Gooseberry is totally overrated don’t bother. John February 12, 2013 Reply Doesn’t look like like the Gooseberry Trails I’ve ridden. Nor does it look like the Bear Claw Poppy Trails I’ve ridden. John February 12, 2013 Reply On a second look, this could be near Bear Claw Poppy/Stucki Springs. Looks like he is riding toward “The Fingers of Death” and “The Acid Drops” . The Bear Claw Poppy TH would be at 1 o’clock from the rider. Stucki Springs trail is 3 o’clock from rider, far to the right. Leave a Comment Cancel reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.