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off road driving
24 days ago

Beautiful views.

off road driving
29 days ago

We have driven this trail many times and it has never disappointed. This trail can be made with a high clearance stock vehicle but there could be some underside contact. Along this road you will see the famous site of where the car went off the cliff from the "Thelma and Louise" movie. As you continue on to the portion that enters Canyonlands National Park, ATV's are no longer permitted. Climbing the switchbacks to the main road in Canyonlands is not for the faint of heart as the overlook is a long ways to the bottom, but the view is amazing.

off road driving
29 days ago

We made this trip in an Arctic Cat Wildcat and were able to easily complete the trip in this vehicle. The journey was fun and had areas of sandstone, dirt road and sand dunes. This trip was a blast! This trail is highly recommended. Be aware the full trail takes a few hours by ATV and longer by truck or SUV, so it's recommended that you don't leave too late and find yourself in this destitute area after dark.

off road driving
1 month ago

Driven twice very fun

off road driving
2 months ago

Great 42-mile out and back trail in Polaris Ranger Crew 570-4. No problems minus a couple bottom scrapes here and there ... nothing major. Rainy most of the day, but cleared up when we got to the end. Well worth the haul all the way, ending across the Colorado River from Thelma and Louise Point.

off road driving
2 months ago

Took this drive with my wife on 9/29/2018. This is a phenomenal drive. Low clearance vehicles should not attempt this. There were a couple places that would high-center a Subaru. Make sure you have ample clearance, water (it was 90 degrees), food and time. If you’re not camping start early. I would set aside at least 5 hrs for a scenic drive/pics. There were som places that were washed out and should not be attempted if you’re a newbie. A tow from the far end can easily run $1,000. Not a typo. Worth every minute. If you’re scared of heights don’t look down. Moab was booked solid but out here after Hurrah Pass you’ll be pretty alone except for an occasional side-by-side. No service. No water. No shade. Plenty memories.

2 months ago

Short but tough ... the views are definitely worth it though!

off road driving
2 months ago

Very Fun Trail - would rate as moderate - hard in an 93 land cruiser, 35's, lockers.

off road driving
2 months ago

Trail was very crowded around 2 pm in the afternoon. Starting out trail is very well marked and you know which way to go. Once you get to the bottom of the canyon there is not much signage and multiple off shoot trails which can be confusing. Most of these trails are for ATV/UTV. We had a 16 Jeep with 6 inch lift and 35 inch tires. Seen multiple people doing this in stock 4x4s and I wouldn’t see that being a issue.

off road driving
2 months ago

This trail is very scenic but not for the faint hearted. You ride along a cliff Edge climbing some boulders. Did this in a Jeep with 6inch lift and 35 tires. Didn’t need to use lockers. I have a little experience and I was slightly challenged by a few obstacles. We did this trail on our second day of the trip so I had a good feel for the Jeep we rented.

Amazing ride through the Canyons and next to the Colorado River. Would have like to had a little more time to run a little ways down the White Rim Trail but that’s another day. Looking forward to it!!!!

off road driving
2 months ago

off road driving
3 months ago

A nice trail I would rate it as easy, very picturesque worth the drive.

off road driving
3 months ago

This trail was amazing, long and scenic. I went June and water was our lifesaver. Bring a lot and be prepared for some bumpy patches. Not recommended for beginners but you can do it.

3 months ago

Incredible trail. Don’t miss it. Drove in FJCruiser, 33” MTs and no problem. There some very high cliffs and steep grades. Watch for the random rocks and dips in an otherwise issue-free trail. It’s in far better shape than the washboard filled trail I remember from 25 years ago.

This time (aug 2018) stayed at Murphy’s B for a night. 1/2 way through the trail and perched atop a plateau. Windy night in our hammocks but wouldn’t have changed a thing. The drive up and down are not for sissies. Hardscrabble and Lathrop Canyon also have their steep spots. 4wd and clearance / AT/MT tires are a must.

off road driving
3 months ago

We took the trail going through the Hurrah pass trailing the very edge of the clifs and it was wonderful. the top has breathtaking views and the trail isn't too difficult to the top. Going down on the other side to get to the Chicken Trail is a tad bit more difficult but still not too bad.

Thelma and Louise was filmed here!

off road driving
4 months ago

Took the road less traveled for sure. Need 4 wheel drive and patience. Bring water and hopefully you have a/c. Temps reached 103 mid ride.

off road driving
4 months ago

Did this trail counter clockwise in three days in mid July. It was expectedly hot 100-120 degrees with almost no shade. We stayed at potato bottom A the first night. This is a beautiful spot on the river (a lot of mosquitos). Then took our time down to Murphy A. This is a must! By far the coolest campsite I have ever stayed at. (Make sure to stay at A not B or C) then went to airport A. This is a rather plain site. No shade or shelter. Beautiful view of airport tower though. We then went down Lathrope to the river and spent the day there. Overall and incredible trail. Pretty easy, some difficult spots. We then drove to Moab down the potash trail, worth it. I would recommend some off-road tires and to air down, at least in the sandy spots if you want to slow down. We did it in a 2017 Tacoma with a 2 inch lift and wrangler duratrac tires.

off road driving
5 months ago

Me my daughter and a couple friends did this trail, it is a decently long one but was a good time. Nothing too bad as far as obstacles go but the scenery was outstanding.

mountain biking
7 months ago

Unbelievable experience. I took a guided mountain biking tour over three days, averaging just over 30 miles a day. I’m a casual biker, so there were some technically challenging hill climbs and switchbacks that I had to take a break on. This was a bucket list ride in my opinion!

Moderate is probably an accurate description. The views are stunning. Words wont do it justice. Dispersed camping is available if you travel far enough in to the trail. Otherwise there are paid camp sites within the first few miles. We spent two nights at different sites here. No one for miles...total silence. We loved it!!

off road driving
7 months ago

We did this in our FJ. 3" lifted/33's. It required plenty of rock stacking and picking the best line. If you like crawling, you'll like this trail. If you're looking for a casual drive, try Fins and Things.
Side note: It has a lot of side trails for serious buggy crawling. It's best to have partner with you to navigate from the AllTrails map. Pay close attention to the waypoints. You wouldn't want to end up on a buggy trail.

off road driving
7 months ago

Drove and camped along the White Rim Trail over three nights in early April. Some of the most amazing scenery I’ve ever seen in my life. Every turn provided excitement in navigating the terrain and new and stunning landscapes to enjoy. Probably the best-kept outdoors secret in Utah.

Rzr xp4 turbo with 32” tires, did this course backwards (accident), whoa what a rush. Had to build several rock bridges but did the whole course. Great time. Just a note; don’t do it in the rain... or do it in the rain for more of a challenge.

Steep trail that’s challenging and gorgeous. We watched some brave Jeeps coming down the trail and heard some more bicyclists from across the highway. Great hike !

hiking
8 months ago

This was a fantastic hike on a beautiful early April weekday that started cool and then warmed up to high 60’s. We did the full out and back to the White Rim trail intersection point in 7 hours at a leisurely pace with lots of stops for pictures and lunch at the White Rim trail (3 hours down, 4 up). That’s a great spot for lunch with views down to the base of the canyon. The trail has spectacular views end to end, with lots of changing scenery. Although the descent/ascent is steep, it’s not technical. You have to be comfortable with wondering how the heck you’re going to descend the face but it was never dicey. We only saw two groups of hikers on the return and otherwise had the whole canyon to ourselves.

off road driving
8 months ago

This was extremely difficult and slow! 2 miles an hour in order to keep the side by side from being damaged was not that fun! Had to turn back after we came across a drop off that would have bottomed out extremely hard. It was a rental so we turned around.

It’s a long day but running this trail is very challenging and very rewarding. Lockers and good ground clearance is a must.

8 months ago

This seemed to be a 4x4 trail where hikers are also permitted to use it. Great workout in the beginning, just wish it were only for hiking.

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