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We went with a large group of 18 razors. I unknowingly was lead into hells gate. But with my little 800s two seater made it up with no problems. Absolutely amazing.

off road driving
3 days ago

This is a great off road trail. We made this trip three times. Once in a Hummer H3 and twice in an Arctic Cat Wildcat. All the vehicles made the journey with ease. Make sure to bring plenty of water (in the summer time especially) as it gets extremely hot and there is nowhere to rehydrate in this area.

off road driving
3 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
17 days ago

This trail was amazing to crawl around on with a UTV. It was pretty challenging with many steep uphill and downhill slopes. Highly recommend with off road vehicle

off road driving
17 days ago

Who is the jeep and start off our day on this trail I had a great time! Great views and easy 4 x 4 driving

I loved hells revenge! Had great terrain and beautiful views everywhere you looked. Here’s the video of when I did it in July this year.

https://youtu.be/CsGJnBBUasM

off road driving
21 days ago

This was a great trail! Just enough challenging spots with breaks between to relax. You’ll definitely see lots of sky-only climbs and ground-only views. The fins are definitely fun! The views are spectacular. Highly recommended- mostly easy-moderate with plenty of challenging evolutions!

No other trail like it. able to stand up and pedal up anything! amazing traction.

off road driving
1 month 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
1 month ago

Some tricky places. Some offroad experience is helpful. Stock RZR turbo has no problem.

off road driving
1 month 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.

off road driving
1 month ago

A blast to drive! Obstacles were fun, some were a little challenging.

off road driving
1 month ago

Very good trail. Need careful tire placement in some spots, didn't have any body damage concerns. Took several alternate (harder) routes.
1993 Land Cruiser, 35" Toyo's, 3" Lift, Triple Lockers

off road driving
1 month ago

DId this as a warmup trail for the first time in MOAB. Took a couple of the "alternate routes" to keep it interesting. Not sure why this is rated as hard. I would give it an upper moderate rating at best.

93 Land Cruiser, 3" lift, chewed up Toyo A/T 35's, Lockers

off road driving
1 month ago

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

off road driving
1 month ago

Very cool trail to start with when visiting Moab.

off road driving
1 month 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
1 month ago

Very cool Trail, we did this trail in 16 rubicon with 6 inch lift 35in Baja tires. I would suggest if there is your first time off-roading to start with something slightly easier to get a feel for your vehicle.

off road driving
1 month ago

Fun time great wheeling not as bad as they say it is

off road driving
1 month ago

We went to visit Canyonlands and stopped at the visitors center because I was interested in some off road trails. The ranger suggested this trail, I have a stock 2010 4Runner, I would recommend a high clearance vehicle even though I can only remember maybe 3-4 spots that required good tire placement to keep your vehicle from bottoming out. Even though all the over looks in the park where awesome, nothing matched up to driving this trail. Family friendly (will be bumpy), took about 2 hours but you’ll want to give yourself more because your going to be stopping a lot. I would consider this an off the grid type trail so be prepared for anything.

off road driving
1 month ago

If you really want to see Canyonlands and have a high clearance vehicle I definitely recommend this trail. Went with my girlfriend in my pro4x frontier. I want to make it clear I have no experience off road driving. I wanted an intro trail that I wouldn’t have to be rock crawling on or doing something that would potentially be harmful to my truck (I’m 2,300 miles from home). This trail was perfect. There are many conflicting reviews but if you want an amazing experience and can handle a little adrenaline, do not pass this up. I drove the Beartooth Highway a week ago and this trail ranks up there with it as one of the top highlights of our trip. There are a few rocky parts where my 9” ground clearance def helped but we also passed an old couple in a sedan coming up past the bad parts. Make sure you ask the ranger if there have been any washouts. No permit needed. Enjoy

off road driving
1 month ago

Super fun a little scary with a stock 4 runner 5th gen. Absolutely a bucketlist activity.

off road driving
2 months ago

off road driving
2 months ago

we ran this trail all the way through the water fall in a STOCK 2006 Nissan Xterra s. no special equipment used, only damage was bent the nerf bars and scrapped up the hitch. I would run this trail again but I would highly recommend more ground clearance then a stock SUV provides.

off road driving
2 months ago

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

off road driving
2 months ago

off road driving
2 months ago

Drove this trail yesterday in an almost stock Wrangler JKU. It’s a very scenic trail, easy in a Jeep, though We did see a 1980’s Chevy van running it as well. The GPS co-ords are wrong for the start of the trail. You need to go to the end of 279 to start.

off road driving
2 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.

off road driving
2 months ago

This trail is a relatively easy off-road drive. The last bit is a tiny bit technical with several tight switchbacks up a cliff face. The views are spectacular.

2 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.

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