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Erste Schritte

Hole-in-the-Rock OHV Road

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Hole-in-the-Rock OHV Road ist ein 55.8 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Streckenabschnitt in der Nähe von Escalante, Utah. Er führt entlang eines Sees und entlang eines Flusses. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke nur für erfahrene Abenteurer geeignet. Hier kann hervorragend gezeltet und abseits der Wege gefahren werden. Die Route ist am besten von März bis November zugänglich.

Entfernung: 55.8 miles Höhenunterschied: 3,185 feet Routentyp: Strecke









historischer Ort

This scenic drive (one way) follows the general route of of the original Hole-in-the-Rock Expedition. Most of the road on BLM land is passable to high-clearance, two-wheel drive vehicles in dry weather. The last few miles within Glen Canyon are best travelled by foot, bicycle, or 4X4

3 months ago

Never would have known about the road if it weren't for a local. First 40 or so miles are relatively easy however the road gets pretty gnarly after that. Lots of things to do along the way with plenty of places to camp. Would recommend reflection Canyon or hole in the Rock for views of lake powell

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10 months ago

Went on Hole in the rock road today. We went as far as the slot canyons and the road was in excellent condition. The grater was out working on the road. They are about halfway through. The hardest part was the mile to the 2nd parking lot of the slot canyon.

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Tue Oct 16 2018

The last 9.5 miles of the road is in the Glen Canyon Recreations Area and roads are rougher. Recommend a 4 wheel drive or high clearance vehicle for the last 10 miles. About 4 miles from the Hole in the Rock (HITR) you can find a 1957 plaque recognizing the San Juan mission of the Mormons. Ir can be found on the north face of the rock near the drilling site and equipment. ~5 miles from HITR you will find the Reflection Canyon TH. Given this is a BLM land managed area of the park system, there is little development and signage, but lots of wilderness areas and side hikes including slot canyons and arches. Recommend anyone visiting this area to invest in the National Geographic Trails Illustrated topographic map "Canyons of the Escalante" map 710. High ranking for the history, sheer number of hikes, and variety in landscapes.

Thu Sep 13 2018

Road is easy but the washboard condition make it not worth it. Just beats you to death!

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Thu May 17 2018

Road was very rough and unclear in my opinion about specific whereabouts of trails and what not. Pretty great scenery and hikes along the way though.

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Thu May 10 2018

Absolutely one of the worst roads I have ever been on. Plan on going either under 10 mph, or over 45 mph if your daring (this allows you to skim over the small bumps in the road). Pathetic road conditions.Giving three stars because of the incredible scenery and hikes along the way. Would give less. If you're in a rental, enjoy the drive! If you're in your own car, it will probably never be the same again unless you're careful.

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Fri Dec 22 2017

road past Spooky / Peek-A-Boo turnoff is ROUGH

Mon Apr 17 2017

High rating because of the Mormon History. The trail condition did not allow easy access to the lake. Their was about a 10 ft. drop early in the hike that I did not want to take my grandson down. Would of preferred to have gone to the lake. High rating because the road leads to dozens of hike options that are some of the best in the area. You can easily spend two weeks here and not tire of the area. The road was extremely wash boarded and would of taken over 6 hours to travel their and back if you did it none stop. Easily doable in a two wheel drive SUV when I went. Road conditions subject to change, check with local authorities, or other travelers before attempting.

Sat Oct 29 2016

Awesome reward at the completion of a sometimes technically difficult drive

Mon Jul 04 2016

The drive to the trail head is more difficult than the hike. We hiked this with 40 youth and they swam in Lake Powell. Plan for all day to travel and hike. Hike was 2 hours round trip. Travel is about 5 hours on dirt road. If you take an ATV it would be faster.

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Thu May 15 2014

108 miles of hard road to get to Lake Powell. Historically interesting, but a long drive to see it. Dance Hall Rock is also interesting. We are glad we did it, but probably will not make the drive a second time.

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Sun Nov 10 2013

Drove all the way to hole-in-the rock and climbed down to the lake. Hiked to a couple of slot canyons.

Mon Jun 17 2013

We've been on this trail twice now. Once in May 2007 & again in June 2009. It's a long rough drive but worth the views. Both times, we camped out so we didn't have to do all the drive in one day. At the end of the road, there is a trail that leads down to the water of Lake Powell. This was where the pioneers had to lower their wagons to cross the river. You can see the rut marks made by the wheels on the rocks and some of the miners stairs. We did the hike in 2009 and it can be challenging in some spots but it's a fun, strenuous hike that is about a mile each way, depending on the lakes level.

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Mon Mar 11 2013

We drove this trail in July, 2009. It's a nice drive, but you must commit a whole day. When we drove it, there were several washouts that had not been repaired. You need to check locally before you go.

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Sat Apr 08 2017