Kane Creek Canyon ATV Trail is a 53.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Moab, Utah that offers scenic views and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for road biking and off road driving and is accessible year-round.
off road driving
Kane Creek Canyon is reached via the Kane Creek Road in the middle of Moab. Once you get off the gravel portion of the road, Jeeping gets more difficult. I went with my sons Ron and Bob on a hot day in June. We were on our way to Hurrah Pass and eventually on to Chicken Corners. We stopped at the top of Hurrah Pass to view the awesome Kane Creek Canyon. We were amazed that we actually Jeeped the terrain below. While we were taking a break, we noticed 2 ATVs coming up the switchbacks from Kane Creek Canyon. when they got closer we discovered they were 2 women in their 60's. Way to go Seniors!
A lot of river crossings which made it nice for the dog. It was a really hot day and most of the drive is through a canyon with no breeze. Very pretty but hot and rough. Pulling out of the canyon there are steep cliffs and there are cars at the bottom of the cliff where people have not been so lucky.