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Abigail Rose
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Mountain bikingBugs
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william stacey
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Hiking

Hiked this in 6/26. It was 100 degrees in Moab, but a gorgeous 80 in the mountain. The hike is mostly shaded and beautiful. It opens up near the tree line. Most wildflowers were not yet blooming. The view is truly stunning. We are lowlanders and managed the altitude fine. Probably would not be up for the higher peaks quite yet.

Greg Gillespie
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Hiking

I highly recommend to not use the direct path to the top. There is no trail there. Stick with the the actual East Mountain Trail, it is marked and easy to follow. It can be clearly seen on the Topo map, We climbed up the direct route and nearly gave up due to the dead fall and steepness, we came down the moderate ridge and kept thinking how pleasant it would be to climb up that way. Beautiful views of an amazing area.

Suzanne Anderson
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HikingSnow

We attempted this trail on 6/6. When we started it was 55 degrees. We reached about a mile from the top and the temps dropped in the 40’s with 20+ mile per hours winds. We were not prepared. We did get to the top ridge and was beautiful. Did not get to see Warner Lake from the top. Please check out weather conditions before attempting.

Leslie Kiebert
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HikingNo shadeOver grownRocky

Did this hike for work two weeks ago, continuing into the whole Dark Canyon loop. Brushed out a few areas and some light treat work. The views are nonstop gorgeous!!! A bit scary how sparse the water was

Mladen Gajic
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HikingSnow
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Ryan Young
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HikingOff trailOver grown
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Leah Nichols
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OHV/Off Road DrivingIcyMuddySnow
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Cindy C
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Accessed both North Tent and South Tent summits and did a nice loop by starting on east side (from spur road). No established trail but easy route finding the whole way with intermittent faint trails available.

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DoctorofaCertainSize .
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Hiking

Spectacular. A hidden gem. We saw ZERO other people on the trail. Steep and moderately hard hike up to the top, but very doable for even an overweight flat lander like myself and our two dogs. Took roughly 3.5 hrs roundtrip with many breaks and pictures. Take lots of water, only one small creek crossing. Mostly shaded in gorgeous aspen and pine forest until the last .75 miles. Hiked on a Saturday afternoon in late August, never got over 75 degrees given the altitude (it was 100 down in Moab). Very easy to follow. Gorgeous wildflowers. The views are the best in the Moab area. All the stars.

Lee Pierce
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Hiking

The trail was hit and miss. Most the time, I’m sure we were on an animal trail. Very difficult, but worth it. We went up the face, and down the back side. We found a little waterfall on our way up.

Stewart Carnes
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Hiking

Amazing hike. The trail is in good shape and well marked. It deviates some from All Trails. The trail head is beside the info boards on the left just as you enter. For parking, stay straight and it will be on your right.

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Jimmie Price
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Hiking

(No more snow!) This trail was a fantastic find! It’s steady uphill the entire way, but the incline and distance make it very doable for the average hiker. What makes this hike truly worthwhile is the awesome view at the summit. You can see Moab, Castle Valley, and of course the LaSals.

Joe Hughes
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Hiking

it's beautiful! HOWEVER, the trail is poorly marked. as you can see but my recording

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Dan Cheryl Birdsong
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OHV/Off Road DrivingSnow

Easy going and beautiful road was blocked by snow towards the end around geyser pass

Fernando Begay
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Hiking

Trail was open, no snow, a great hike to do if you want to get away from the Moab heat. It was over 100 on Saturday in Moab and it was 70 at Warner lake. Great easy hike with lots of wild flowers.

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ju ujvar
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Went on this trail June 28, 2019, still some snow (or snow field or receding glacier, whatever term you prefer) on the trail but passible even in trail sneakers. Views of everything. Absolutely stunning. The trail head marks the trail being 3 miles. So this trail description of 3.9 miles out and back is possibly inaccurate. I'm an experienced hiker and for this amount of time I would say it is approximately 6 miles out and back. I plan on doing it again soon and will track the length to update.

Daniel Young
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Not a long or difficult trail. But the view was worth it.

Zahira Thillet
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HikingPrivate property

private property and doesnt allow anyone to go through. the off road was closed too

Michael A Gibson
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OHV/Off Road Driving

Easy drive and great views.

Eric Peterson
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Hiking
Janine Baker
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I have ridden my horse up there several times. It is beautiful but if you are hiking be careful because it is a popular horse riding trail. There is a cool bridge that goes over the stream.

David Horowitz
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OHV/Off Road DrivingSnow

We made this drive three times, twice in an Arctic Cat Wildcat and once in a Hummer H2. The road is well maintained and was easily completed in these vehicles. We made this journey in July when the weather was hot in Moab (103 degrees Fahrenheit). This was a great way to cool off, although during that same day, it snowed on us in the La Sal Mountains. What a blast this trip was!

Taylor Averett
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Hiking

Incredible views of Skyline Drive, Sanpete Valley, Mt. Nebo, Canal Canyon, Black Canyon, and Horseshoe Mountain. Easy county high point.

Taylor Averett
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Hike is much easier if the area is dry. Be sure to bring a jacket, as it is at 11,000 feet elevation.

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