Negro Bill Canyon Trail is a 4.3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Moab, UT that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
At the end of this hike you come to Morning Glory Natural Bridge. The arch is only separated from the cliff behind it by 15 feet, so it is not as spectacular or photogenic as some other arches in the area that are not as big. When you stand directly underneath the span 75 feet above you, it is a very impressive piece of rock. On the list it is ranked 5th largest span in the world.
One of our fav hikes in Moab! A nice easy trail, enjoyed in the late afternoon after our morning spent at Island in the Sky. Very pleasant along the creek, about 10 or so creek crossings, and the first trail with some shade!
Great hike with beautiful scenery and shade. Super dog friendly with multiple spots for swimming.
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Awesome trail, with lots of shade and a beautiful ending !
Best hike near arches so far. This is the one to do if it's really hot and full sun due to many stretches in the shade along the river. Good half day hike. Plan to sit awhile under Morning Glory Arch and enjoy the grandeur.
Pretty hike with a cool cove and Morning Glory Arch and the end. Kid and dog friendly. Good 2.5 to 3 hour hike.
Great hike for anyone,runs along the stream and dog friendly. There is an awesome arch at the end and the start of the stream. I have done this twice and its a nice 1/2 day to go hang out.
Most of the trail is fairly easy. The last stretch gets a little challenging.
Great morning hike.
Really nice trail, a lot of traffic though. It's nice to be next to a stream in the desert. Beautiful canyons and cliffs, the arch at the end is impressive.
This was a great hike, especially for those who bring a dog. The trail essentially follows a creek the entire way, it allows you dog to cool off whenever necessary. The trail is heavily shaded in portions, which is nice because it keeps the area cool and it is quiet. The natural bridge at the end is beautiful and provides a nice place to relax before the return trip back.
This trail was easy, it had few climbs, mostly gradual ups and downs.
Great. You walk along a fine pink sand footpath that traverses a cool flowing stream. You're in a desert canyon but you wouldn't know it by the lush green vegetation that lines the trail. Some rock scrambling, but a pretty flat trail. Leads to a beautiful sandstone arch at the end where you can watch people repel down the canyon wall..or you can try repelling yourself too!
Easy hike and the arch at the end is amazing!
I believe this is the trail we took out after canyoneering very nice hike our guide was very informative
Great hike to do with people of any age. Hiked it mid/late September. Brings lots of water