Dead Horse Rim Loop Trail is a 5.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Moab, UT that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
cross country skiing
Dead Horse Point State Park is located high on the rim of the Colorado River Canyon, north west of Moab, UT. It offers some of the most spectacular views in the Moab area. There is an excellent hiking/mountain biking loop trail that follows the canyon rim, for more great views. If you are looking to recreate in some of the most scenic country the Moab area has to offer, Dead Horse Point State Park is an excellent choice. Whether mountain biking the Intrepid Trail system (No Dogs Allowed), hiking along the rim trails (Dogs allowed) or just driving to the main overlook, the views are sure to please you.
Absolutely incredible views with nice flat hiking. It can, will, and does get hot. But it's worth the heat and magnificently beautiful.
Easy hike, amazing views on a sunny day in July! Hot, bring water. Cool park on the way to Canyonlands. We stayed in a yurt in the park to escape camping for a night, pretty cool.
great loop to cut your teeth on in moab. this would be my workout fun trail if I lived out this way. it will be very challenging to brand new mountain bikers. but was fine for a guy like me from the Midwest.
Easy, high traffic, great views!
Great hike, started at the campgrounds and did the loop.
Easy hike with great views!
Spectacular views. Easy trail. East rim was a little busier than West Rim (saw 5 people on West). Follow the rock cairns to stay on the trail.
Super easy hike with amazing views! If you don't want to hike you can drive to the point too.
Breathtaking views, almost surreal. Fun slick rock riding.
Incredible views, trail winds along Dead Horse Point.
If you don't have a full day to go to Canyonlands NP take the time to stop here and check out the view. It will be something you remember for a very long time. This isn't really a hiking trail but more of an overlook. Perfect place for those who lack the mobility to hike to see great views.
Pretty cool views from this park. You basically drive right up to the cliff so there is minimal walking plus the great view.
amazing view. sunrise and sunset are both amazing here. I brought a bottle of wine and some crackers to share and had no issues.
We spent one night here camping. The ground is soft, which is comfy, but not so nice since sand gets into all sorts of places you don't want it. Most of the campsites are pretty close together too.
The views from the top of the mesa are spectacular, however.