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Great ride! Very crowded. Did hells gate with ease but didn’t try the escalator. Rzr xp4 turbo on 32s. Worth the $5 fee.

off road driving
21 days 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.

off road driving
22 days ago

This was my very first off road with a side by side and we couldn’t have picked a better trail! This was an easy “hard”. Not scary at all! $5 to get in but worth it!

off road driving
1 month ago

I have done this trail several times, I live near Chicago and drive to CA every year for business. Every year I do some trails in route and Ophir, usually my first of the season. It is a good road for me to get my off road juices flowing for the rest of the trip, it is easy, scenic & fun.

off road driving
1 month ago

Such a blast. Easier than I expected for me and my stock Jeep Wrangler. Very scenic, beautiful trail. Only a couple of spots where actual 4wd was necessary. Look for the spot with the old grave sites on the hill! No signs but looks very historic. Overall, my favorite off-road trail at big bend.

Hollyyyyy sheeeit. This was my second trail run ever. This isn’t a good one to learn on lol but what we did do of it it’s a hell of a challenge but seriously fun. We couldn’t finish it. I’m not even sure how far along we were. We actually got up there quite a ways. Our Can am Trail is now broken in though lol. It was able to handle all of this surprisingly easy, but I wasn’t about to go up a rock that basically was at a 90 degree angle lol we will try this next time we come to Moab. It still gets 5 stars. I just need more experience.

off road driving
2 months ago

Did this in a stock Pioneer 1000 with 27 inch tires and 12 inches of clearance. I’m new to what I’ll call “extreme 4-wheeling,” so this trail really rattled me. I’m sure the rock-crawler crowd would consider this fairly easy. I’m not used to climbing rocks in 4-wheel drive that make the vehicle feel like it’s going vertical. That said, this first time was pretty scary, but I do plan on doing it again—now that I know it can be done.

off road driving
2 months ago

If it’s your first 4x4 trip in Moab. Start with Fins and Things. The south side is short but will help you get use to your vehicle and use to going up and down extremely steep slick rocks. Then move up the road further and do the north trail back down. It’s about 9 miles long and has plenty of challenges. But just being smart will get you through this trail easy. Highly recommend this trail!

nice trail

walking
2 months ago

Very scenic, with tight switchbacks. I've driven Black Bear several times. Yes, you must aware of your surroundings, but you don't need to air down or need a spotter. Your on a Mountain made of rock and can't get stuck, unless mechanically deficient.

Bring a camera and a lunch. Bridal Falls is a must! You drive past it toward the end. Enjoy the scenic views and bask in the beauty of Colorado! I've done Hole in the Rock in Utah. There you must air down. Very steep crevices.

off road driving
4 months ago

Fun jeep trail. Not technical but the drop offs can be intimidating for people who aren't used it.

hiking
4 months ago

Enjoyed this great elevated hike today! The reward is the spectacular view at the top of the trailhead.

Amazing. Some spots very hard. Be careful and hang on. Adrenaline and views!

off road driving
4 months ago

Great trail lots to see not very hard, some off angle places that want to take it slow, I almost rolled my Jeep due to my own ignorance of playing around

Great trail, awesome views and not as hard as people make it out to be if you pay attention to the trail

off road driving
4 months ago

This was a fun and moderate trail! Much more exciting than the River Road which didn't have much more to offer than some sandy parts. I have a 2017 Rubicon with 32" tires and it had no problem at all on this trail. I used the sway bar disconnect for comfort more than anything but I didn't need any lockers. The step is fun but we didn't scrape the bottom or any skid plates.

It's is a great trail that you must drive if you like off roading. Come prepare to pay a 5 dollar entrance fee. I consider myself a beginner driver (this was the first serious trail I took on). Although there are some difficult obstacles you will find bypasses. I did the trail on my 99 Cherokee fully stock besides a 2 inch lift and I didn't struggle at all (I did not drive through the "escalator" and "hells gate" cuz they had traffic and a broken 4x4 was in it) Plan on spending a good 4-6 hours on it if you're gonna be taking pictures and completing the whole course. Departure angles are really important, having a rear towing hitch sabe my rear bumper several times lol. If you do the whole loop (pass the escalator) take your time cuz towards the last downhill section there are some steep obstacles and the are kind of difficult, (no bypass). I'd do it over and over .. highly recommend it..!!

off road driving
5 months ago

If you are driving a shopping cart this will be a difficult trail. A total breeze for a rig that is even semi built.

If you have a built off road rig, you will have no problem on this trail. Lockers, body armor, and 15psi in your tires will get you anywhere you want to go on this trail.

off road driving
5 months ago

Great views! Make sure you take a 4x4 as it's a rough bumpy ride. We took the trail from north to south so came down into Sedona. Just breathtaking especially with the fall color!

6 months ago

Lots of fun! Some very technical spots.

Great Trail very technical for my Tacoma with a 2 inch lift 32 inch tires and lockers. I did not have a spotter and no one else was on the trail which made it exciting! Go do it!

off road driving
6 months ago

Did this in October 2017 in a Rental Jeep. Great 4x4 driving. Well marked and lots of challenges and scenery. Driver and passenger acting as a spotter got exercise while often getting out to climb to the top of a hill to see what waited or to the bottom of a ravine to pick a track and helpful to have the spotter watching tire tracking on some of the tight areas while crawling over rocks and drop offs. There are times when all the driver sees is the sky for a few seconds while climbing to the top. Take a camera and video for great memories.

Great trail. We have a lifted Jeep Rubicon. We had no problems and did not have to use the lockers. All the harder sections have bypasses. This is a must do.

off road driving
6 months ago

This is a very fun trail. A stock jeep can do it, but a lift and bigger tires make it that much easier. Lockers are not necessary. All the hard obstacles have bypasses.

super fun

off road driving
6 months ago

First time on this trail and it was great! I drive a mostly stock 99 Jeep Cherokee with a slight lift and 30 in tires. Made it through with no problems. Especially liked the slickrock portion of the trail.

off road driving
6 months ago

Lovely!! Lots of beautiful trees, rocks, & water:)

This was an easy road to drive....
The view was amazing... Beautiful country....

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