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Fun trail to the falls. Did it in my 4runner with 2" lift and didn't need to put it into 4x4. Just took it slow and chose my path carefully. Wouldn't recommend it for any vehicle with a low clearance though.

schlammig
steinig
2 days ago

The road to Touquerville Falls is pretty bumpy, and in some spots very rocky. 4 miles in and out. 4 wheel drive trucks, atvs, dirt bikes, horses, and walking is best recommended for this road. once up to the falls DO NOT jump off into the falls, its shallow and not deep enough. Several people have hurt themselves jumping into the water. The creek that is above and below the fall is beautiful, clear, and holds all kinds of frogs, toads, tadpole, water skippers, and snakes. Camping is free here, but it is some times crowded.

There is some pretty scenery looking into Zion, the back side of Eagle Crag, but this isn’t an off road trail. It’s a dirt road from Apple Valley to Rockville that is a shortcut from driving through Hurricane. The northern end is steep and a little rutted, but any care driven carefully could make it. Signs say the road is impassible when wet and I can’t comment on that, it was bone dry the day we drove it.

wandern
schnee
7 days ago

Has anyone looked at land ownership maps for the area? I posted an OnX maps screenshot where I added blue for Lake Mountain Trail (which is what Stillwater Drive turns into) and boxed off what appears to be Private land. If I’m right, this trail goes through private properly multiple times and shouldn’t be used. Since the posted signs direct you to stay on the road (which would allow you to skirt the private land) I’m hesitant to use this trail for fear of trespassing. Can anyone prove an easement exists or something similar that allows access? I’d be very hesitant otherwise.

I never heard of this trail in the places I looked. My jeep rental company told me about it. I was so glad they did. It was beautiful. The rocks and variety of colors are anazing. Completely snowy so so glad we had our jeep. If you go past the end there is this gorgeous valley at the top that is jaw dropping. The river crossings are fun and pretty without being dangerous at all. Easy trail but I could see where it could get really muddy at times.

We did this in a jeep and the views were unreal. We did not dare to do the very last part of it as it was icy and looked way too scary. It was our first time jeeping and it was not bad at all. May require someone to spot you in a couple of places where jeep might hit ground if you are not careful. I took one star off because it does take a long time and you have to back track the whole way to get out which seems to take forever. But Schafer was closed so that was not an option.

Not very interesting hike. There is a fair amount of elevation, but the reward is only a view of the arch from very far away. Better, in that case, do the full Delicate Arch trail.

Sections where you had to break trail. Micro spikes make it manageable. Super beautiful with so much diversity and cool petroglyphs.

Offroad fahren
20 days ago

Definitely a hard trail. Drop off - cliff on the passenger side. Steep. Very difficult.

schnee
20 days ago

Hiked this one yesterday on a beautiful sunny day. The first half is a pretty gradual incline and not hard, but the second half gets pretty steep. I'm grateful for all the deer tracks in the snow that plowed a bit of a path for me. The snow on the final ridge was up past my knees so showshoes would have been preferable at that point. Saw a pair of golden eagles soaring at the top and plenty of deer. The 4 star rating applies to winter, I would say 2 or 3 stars in the summer heat.

Offroad fahren
21 days ago

really nice trip it's easy but if u are driving a really off road vehicle with a big tires. cause are lot sharp rocks if u are driving a 4x4 regular vehicle don't try it....

Offroad fahren
schlammig
21 days ago

Took the rubicon down the trail. Beautiful rock formations to see, and as novice off-road drivers we were fine. Recommend a 4x drive car. Majority of the trail runs along what appears to be a river bed. Would not recommend driving if there has been rain recently or forecasted as it looks to have potential for flash flooding.

on Moab Rim Trail

wandern
eisig
schnee
22 days ago

This trail was so much fun, with an amazing view of Moab! The first and last mile of the hike were a little tough but definitely doable

wandern
abseits des Weges
schlammig
25 days ago

Walked about 9 miles round trip following the creek, so we got very muddy and a bit wet. It was also really sandy. Luckily we were the only ones here today hiking so it was very peaceful and serene with the mountains all around. It is definitely quite sunny on the trail so bring water and hats. It was about 39 degrees Fahrenheit today but we all ended up taking off our jackets. The hoodoos are really beautiful and it was 100% worth the 4 hour hike. Definitely hike to see them before they are weathered down in the future.

We drove this trail in late November in a Dodge 3500 dually. We were heading towards base camp. The scenery was beautiful but the drive was quite terrifying since our vehicle is so large. I would not recommend driving this in the dark or rainy/snowy weather.

Offroad fahren
27 days ago

We took the trail late December a few days after a rain. There were a few muddy spots, but not very bad. Fun ride to the middle of nowhere. Some nice scenery. Easy to get off trail with my grandsons navigating for me... lol Sadly, the trail heads are being cut up by developers building subdivisions. Some rocky spots and steep ATV climbs along the trail.... but easy to do in a stock Jeep Sahara Unlimited.

wandern
schnee
27 days ago

Solitude and views! Did not do the whole trail due to time constraints but wish we could have. Only one car at the trailhead when we started and only saw one group of two hikers the whole time. First mile is a little boring, but only compared to the awesome views after that. I would recommend poles for sure footing in the snow.

Offroad fahren
eisig
schlammig
27 days ago

Fun drive. Many routes to drive around at to find your perfect spot to camp. No access to the lake, but is a must to see as its a beautiful view of Lake Powell!

Offroad fahren
29 days ago

Just to let folks know this trail is NOT open to vehicles or sxs larger then 50" just an FYI thank you !!!

Offroad fahren
schlammig
scrambling
1 month ago

I did the entire trip from arches all the way until the 70. It was muddy and very slippery. Not gonna lie there were times that I thought I might get stuck. I have a Jeep Wrangler 4x4.

Easy walk to see a legendary landmark!

Offroad fahren
Gebühren
schlammig
schnee
1 month ago

$5 fee for the day! Completed in a 2 inch lift Toyota Tacoma. Scraped the hitch a few times. Had to take a few times to get up the rocks as it was wet from the last snow storm. The trail is marked by arrows in the boulders you climb around on, so keep an eye out for this markers! Will absolutely do this one again next time we come to Moab area. Highly recommended! So fun!

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