hiking
14 hours ago

Fantastic trail for a pup!! Well marked trail following a stream. I wish I would have brought strapping sandals to enjoy the water on the hot day (many people were). Beautiful, red rocky views, in and out of shade.

hiking
16 hours ago

Beautiful trail. The trail isn’t super well marked but doable.

This is a very underrated place to visit near Moab, Utah. It seems to be overshadowed by Arches and Canyonlands national parks. But Dead Horse has stunning views! It’s like a mini Grand Canyon. This is an easy 5 mile hike that can be turned into 7 or 8 if you get out to all the overlooks and get off trail just a bit. We started at 7 am and there were only 2 other vehicles in the lot at Dead Horse Point. From there we hiked the west rim first because the sun was hitting the canyon side opposite of the west rim for great views. By the time we hiked the East rim the sun had come up enough to get good pictures and video looking East. Gets busy near the parking areas by mid morning, but just beat the crowds by getting started early and it is very enjoyable and gives enough solitude. For a video of this hike, visit the following link: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=M3IAvK6tCfc or go to “Nolan Ventures” on YouTube. Happy trails!

hiking
no shade
rocky
17 hours ago

Trail is officially open and we were shocked to reach Delicate Arch and find only a handful of people. They then left and we had the arch to ourselves for nearly 20 minutes! That NEVER happens! Trail is in good shape. Make sure you pack enough water - it’s getting sunny and the ascent will get you if you’re not careful.

The trail is officially open. Great for the kiddos to get out of the car and have a bit of fun walking through the sand. There is quite a bit more to explore if you keep moving through, but PLEASE stay on trails and do not step on the cryptobiotic soil all around the park.

hiking
no shade
1 day ago

hiking
bugs
over grown
washed out
1 day ago

Over crowded. There are 100 better hikes in moab.

Beautiful views. Not many people on the trail. However, the trail passes a couple of busy overlooks that were somewhat crowded. Bring bug spray (w deet)! Small bugs (gnats?) swarm whenever one stops for nor than a minute or two.

on Mill Creek Trail

walking
2 days ago

It was a very easy hike all the way up to the waterfall. You go through a lot of streams & water so make sure to bring shoes that you are comfortable getting completely soaked! There’s no way around the water. When we went there was a ton of people jumping off the rocks into the water by the waterfall but I would not recommend. Very shallow water & a lady messed up her knee by jumping. If you don’t want a lot of people by you this isn’t the hike for you but it’s great for kids since it’s very doable & the water at the end is refreshing.

hiking
2 days ago

Hiked yesterday evening and had it to ourselves. Parking lot completely full @ 11 am today (drove by). You can hike this without getting wet.

I hiked this trail in October. I recommend hiking really early and waiting to enjoy the sunrise, it was well worth the view with less crowds!

Definitely is a must do hike in Arches NP. Its literally so iconic that it's on the license plates and drivers license of all Utah residents lol. Seeing it up close in person is pretty awesome and the views from up there are great. Wear sunscreen, and bring water!

hiking
3 days ago

Nice and peaceful route along the creek! Natural bridge at the end. Nothing too stunning, though. And crowded after 0930 or so.

hiking
3 days ago

I can’t believe this state park isn’t talked about more. I guess Canyonlands and Arches overshadow it, but wow. The views are amazing. Easy trail.

hiking
3 days ago

As a relatively new driver on off-roads, I would say the moderate rating is fair. Lots of varied terrain and obstacles, with stunning views. It took a while, maybe 4-5 hours, in my 2020 Jeep Wrangler Willys (mud tires + a little extra lift than the Sport). I never scraped and the Jeep did great, but certain parts were definitely, “Uh, not sure about this.” But in a fun way!

ohv/off road driving
3 days ago

The other reviews cover it! Easily done in my stock JL Willys Wrangler. The boulder looks scarier than it is.

ohv/off road driving
3 days ago

This was so much fun! Lots of creek crossings (not scary) and cool views near the top.

ohv/off road driving
3 days ago

Got off the track multiple times due to several crossing roads. Cool views! I would say this is moderate.

hiking
no shade
3 days ago

Lovely views. Walking adjacent to the main road at points. Not crowded.

Wear sandals and walk through the river. It’s sooooo pleasant! Definitely watch out for poison ivy. The arch is awesome :)

hiking
3 days ago

Amazing views of Moab! Very, very steep initial ascent. The valleys that you walk through on the way to the Moab rim Trail were gorgeous. We missed getting to the Moab rim Trail by about a 10th of a mile. We were concerned about our water supply. There’s very little shade, so check the forecast and take lots of water and sunscreen. Wonderful hike.

hiking
4 days ago

A fun and interesting hike, and the Morning Glory bridge at the end was a beautiful sight to see. It was difficult to find the trail at times, causing us to double back and get back on the correct path. There is lots of poison ivy, so you’ll need to take special care, especially when it is growing right along the trail. There’s clearly lots of dogs, and poop bags left behind, unfortunately. Overall, this was a really wonderful hike.

hiking
4 days ago

Quick hike to the watering hole and falls.

ohv/off road driving
4 days ago

Fun fun fun

hiking
4 days ago

Primarily a bike trail...doing it counterclockwise is best as you get the ups and downs done first. Wear sunscreen as you are fully exposed and we needed it by 10am.

hiking
no shade
4 days ago

nice trail, great views. bring loads of water, not much shade at any point in the day.

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