Explore the most popular off road driving 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.

Returned this summer and found it this time. Interesting for it be the sole petroglyph. Fun to see, need to do Sinbad, the pioneer cabin the same time.

hiking
4 months ago

Fun detour, must do the Lone warrior, Sinbad and the Durtchman arch to make it all worth while when there.

scenic driving
5 months ago

Beautiful coloration around the base of the geyser to the green river. There were a couple of people there that had been waiting for 2 days for an eruption.

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!!

10 months ago

Next to the river. Pretty cool. Had about a 4 foot eruption.

camping
11 months ago

We found Crystal Geyser after looking for a place to stay on a road trip. Just before sunset, the drive toward the geyser felt like a journey on a different planet. Once at the geyser, the environment was very serene and the orange travertine gave a warm dimension to the moment. Drive with caution since the road is really rough and rocky. I was able to pull it off with a two-door Civic.

This area is mostly isolated, with the exception of people possibly driving by. Also a nice place to camp, if the weather is clear and dry. Overnight, I felt like a critter was sniffing around the tent, so keep in mind that may be possible. The geyser itself merely gurgled until the next morning before heading to Moab. It erupted for over half an hour.

If you're looking for a place to boondock and don't mind the drive, this site is great.

hiking
Friday, August 25, 2017

Cool trail with a cave to the left of the pictographs

scenic driving
Sunday, July 23, 2017

This drive was fantastic! The variety of rock formations, colors and vast scenery are well worth the drive. Roads are well maintained but we could see deeper tracks from when it was muddy. We traveled this trail to the wedge overlook which is highly recommended! There are several other sightseeing attractions along this road.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Mix between shade and sun. Mostly sun. Beautiful sheer cliffs from the valley Easy trail. We did see petroglyphs

off road driving
Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Tried to find, traveled the whole distance but the last mile or so. The roads from Sinbad to the lone warrior must be reclaimed. It does not exist as shown on the map. Hunted for it but could not find.

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.

off road driving
Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Was with the Northern Utah ATV club and this was one of the trails we rode. Got to walk through this cabin and cool off for a minute.

off road driving
Sunday, April 12, 2015

As many would agree there is some amazing rock art! The large groups of 4 wheelers gets old when they don't pull over but decide to take up the whole road. But don't let that ruin your day!

scenic driving
Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Great drive - easy in the beginning - much tougher as you go - 4wd high clearance - only after 2.0 mile mark. We drove the trail east to west ( 2.2 miles west of SR 24 off I-70 north side to Jackass Benches, Sinkhole Flat, ext 129 on I-70) Very hot, dry, but very beautiful views!

off road driving
Saturday, March 30, 2013

One of the better rock art sites in the San Rafael Swell. My first time here was in 2005.

off road driving
Friday, March 22, 2013

This trail is usually done with the Swasey Cabin, Dutchmens Arch, or Head of Sinbad Pictograph trails, as they are all off I-70, exit 131. The last section (about 1/2 mile) is not maintained, and is washed out pretty bad. The rest of the road back to the Interstate is well maintained.

off road driving
Wednesday, March 13, 2013

We were visiting the Buckhorn Wash Pictographs, and decided to go back to Moab on a different route. We drove up to the Green River Cutoff Road, and followed it to HWY 6. It had rained the day before, and the road was still quite muddy. The farther we went, the muddier it got. We made it out, and had to stop in Green River to wash off some of the mud on our Jeep. In dry weather, this would be an easy drive.

off road driving
Saturday, March 09, 2013

Swasey's Cabin is very easy to get to, even in a passenger car. The graded road is a little rub-boarded at times, but not really that bad. We were there in 2005, and again in 2011.

hiking
4 months ago

mountain biking
6 months ago