Wild Horse Window is a 1.9 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Green River, Utah. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking and mountain biking.
Wild Horse Window is an astonishing natural bridge in the Southeastern section of the San Rafael Swell. If you look directly west from the trailhead you will see the cave right from the road. Take the trail taking you down the hill. Continue through the wash and back up the other side and it will lead you to the rock hill you'll need to ascend. After about a mile, you’ll arrive at the opening. There are two openings that make it look like a giant pair of eyes watching over the valley (some have called this the Eyes of Sinbad). On the way back, keep your eye on the right side, as there are a couple of places where you can drop down into the canyon to the north. The canyon can be followed back to near the trailhead, and narrows down for a short stretch to a mini slot canyon.