Explore the most popular no dogs trails near Green River with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

This is an easy trail over sand and down a slope.

1 day ago

This is way shorter if you hike from the turnout on the road. It’s over sand the whole way.

Leuke korte tocht, prima te combineren met Landscape Arch

Super easy. Cool arch!

Short and sweet. Photogenic.

Remote and gorgeous! I would say intermediate rather than difficult/hard. Although the last mile back out was steep! I would definitely hike this again!

I am giving this 4 stars, but only to create this post. Be forewarned, the gravel access road is susceptible to sand dunes on windy days. You should assume you need a high clearance four-wheel drive or you may not get through. We were driving an AWD Honda CRV and had to turn around after 20 miles. There are signs warning of this, just know it could be true! The dunes are cleared with a road grader, so it can be a matter of timing.

5 months ago

Great and easy hike.

Absolutely awesome drive. We drove all the way to I-70 and it was gorgeous. Road was a little slick in the final descent towards the Swinging Bridge but we made it through okay. All in all this is an absolutely amazing drive with very few people in the way!!

We got to the arch at dark. I really liked this arch and actually thought this would be more boring than tunnel arch. I found tunnel arch less exciting than pine tree. Hope to go back in the daylight someday.

Did this on the way to landscape arch. Worth the side hike!

snow covered trail December 29 but short easy fun hike with the family

Easy path on a sidewalk the whole way. Steep sidewalk to get down to it, so caution to anyone who might have difficulties with that.

Do this hike, along with “Tunnel Arch” and “Landscape Arch” all together. It’s 500 yards from Tunnel Arch so that one is a no-brainer. Landscape Arch is another mile and a half os something, but still, def do it.

Easy trail with good access to the arch itself and tunnel arch trail to the right (just after trailhead)

10 months ago

Easy hike, I took 5 children ages 2-13 and the kids loved it.

We did Pine Tree, Tunnel, and Landscape Arch all at once. It is a very easy trail, but I became overheated quickly. Bring lots of water and wear a hat. Don't underestimate the Moab sun. It wasn't too crowded for an August weekend.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

No shade on this trail. Traffic heavy in the cool months. Camping at the park is limited and generally full. But you can primitive camp on BLM land close by. Great for kids. The park will tell you their are not any defined routes in the park. Just go about anywhere you can go.

Another nice arch in the park. Trail is gravel do to heavy traffic. Do early.

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Dogs are not allowed on this trail. It is managed by the National Park Service.

Definitely would combine Pine Tree Arch & Tunnel Arch together (they are right next to each other), pretty easy hike, few small hills, walking on dirt & sand. Could hike down to Landscape Arch, worth it if you have the time, enjoy this sight before it's gone forever!!!

Sunday, July 10, 2016

hot as hell.

Monday, June 13, 2016

This was a cool little trail with awesome, historic pictographs! I'd say total this hike was about 8 miles, not 6. The trailhead says 7, but someone scratched in 8-8.5 which I found to be more accurate. The bottom of the canyon is all sand which can get pretty tiresome to walk through so be ready for that. 4 panels of pictographs total and you have to go to the great gallery at the end because it's amazing! Cute little antelope squirrel at the end too trying to steal your food so beware! The climb out of the canyon is about 800 feet and it's not too awful if you just bust it out! Get out there early to beat the heat!

Missed adding this arch from a previous trip

I gave this trail a higher rating than Delicate Arch (I am surprised myself), because there were very few people on the trail who didn't clog the area around the Arch. There was also adequate shade for most of the trail. These two factors really made the hike very relaxing and enjoyable from start to finish. This is a side trail that comes off of the Landscape Arch trail. Highly recommended.

Like most of Arches NP this trail is very very crowded. Much of the trail is blocked by families trying to take pictures and scowl if you try to walk by them. While the views are great its hard to rate any higher due to the sheer number of people.

A quick side trip from Landscape Arch Trail, Pine Tree Arch is a very short walk on the way to Landscape. The whole hike to Landscape and back takes at most an hour, depending on how many side trails and how many pictures you take. Pine Tree Arch frames a pine tree in its window, and we walked through it to view further into the valley. Worth the side trip to see another perspective - also if you sit under Pine Tree Arch, you can catch some shade.

This is one of the arches on the Devil's Garden Trail, and about the closest to the trailhead.

mountain biking
Saturday, November 14, 2015

This is a steep technical ascent to one of the best view in Moab in my honest opinion. The trail leads up and around the side of a mesa where you look over into Jackson Hole which is basically a giant butte surrounded by a canyon forming a giant circle. From here you can continue to Pothole arch which is well worth the ride and on the way back you can ride an extremely technical route Rockstacker back.

off road driving
Tuesday, April 21, 2015

ATVed on this trail and stopped to see the rock art. I was even showed a dinosaur print in one the the area rocks.

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