Many trails and camps in utah moab to monticello
7 Mile Rim Trail
Agate Hills
Arrow Head Arch-Dewey
Arths Rim & Pasture
Bar-M
Bar-M-Loop
Bartlett
Bartlett Overlook2
Bartlett Wash
Bartlett Wash Overlook
Behind The Rocks
Behind The Rocks Alt
Behind The Rocks Tip Toe
Big Mesa
Big Mesa Loop
Big Mesa Overlook
Bike to Arches NP
Blue Hills Rd
Brushy Basin
Bull Canyon
CanyonLands NP-NO ATV
Chicken Corners
Circle O
Cliff Hanger
CO River Overlook
Cottonwood Cut-Off
Crystal Geyser
Dalton Well Rd
Dead Horse SP-NO ATV
Dellenbaugh Tunnel
Determination Towers Loop
Dolores Overlook
Dolores River - Jeeps
Dome Plateau
Dome Plateau 2
Dome Plateau Loop
Dome Wash
Dubinky Well Rd
Elephant Hill
Fins & Things Cutoff
Fins & Things Lower Loop
Fins & Things SL Bypass
Fins & Things Upper Loop
Flat Iron Mesa
Gemini Bridges
Geyser Rd
Gold Bar Rim
Golden Spike
Greasewood Canyon
Green Day Trail
H&L ACCESS-1
H&L-1/WILSON ARCH
H&L-11
H&L-13
H&L-15
H&L-2
H&L-3
H&L-4
H&L-5/EL DIABLO
H&L-6
H&L-6a
H&L-8
H&L-8a
H&L-9
H&L-Access-2
H&L-El Diablo Bypass
Helldorado
Hells Revenge
Hey Joe Canyon
Hidden Canyon
Hidden Canyon Overlook
Hideout Canyon
Hideout Mesa
Hideout Mesa-Original
Hideout Mesa-Original 001
Hideout Mesa-Original 002
Hurrah Pass
Hwy-313
Jackson Hole
Kane Creek Canyon Rim
Kane Creek Canyon-Original
Kane Creek Upper Cliff
Kane Crk Rd
KillerB
Klondike Bluffs
La Boca Arch
La Sal Pass
Levi Well Rd
Lockhart Basin-Original
Long Canyon
Metal Masher
Metal Masher Access
Mill Canyon Rd
Mineral Canyon
Mineral Canyon-Original
Minor Threat
Moab Rim Trail
Moab Rim Trail Alt
Moab Rim Trail Alt-Original
Moab Rim Trail Sand Hill
Moab Rim Trail-Original
Onion Creek 001
Park to Bar-M
Picture Frame Arch
Poison Spider Alt
Poison Spider Mesa
Poison Spider Overlook
Poison Spider Overlook1
Pole Canyon Rim
Pole Canyon Rim2
Porcupine Rim-Bike
Porcupine Rim-Jeep
Potash Road
Potash Road Trail
Pritchett Canyon
Rainbow Terrace
Rockin-A
Rose Garden Hill
Ruby Ranch Rd
Sand Flats Rd
Secret Spire
Secret Spire2
Slickrock Trail-Bike
Slickrock Training Loop
Sovereign Central Loop
Sovereign Lower Loop
Sovereign Upper Loop
Sovereign Wash Route
Soveriegn-Bike
Spring Canyon Bottom
Spring Canyon Point
Steelbender 001
Steelbender-Jeep
Strike Ravine
Ten Mile Midway Conn
Ten Mile Point
Ten Mile Rd
Ten Mile Wash
The Knoll
The Pickle
To Kane Creek Canyon Rim
Top of The World 001
Tusher Tunnel-N
Tusher Tunnel-S
White Crack
White Rim Trail-No Atv
White Wash Area
Widowmaker Bypass
Wipeout Hill
Willow Springs Trail, Moab, UT (Willow Springs Trail, Moab, UT)
WagonWheel ATV (The Wagonwheel Trail #168 is 3.1 miles long. The southern end of this trail is located off of Forest Road #084 (Recapture) and the northern end is at Forest Road #087 (South Creek). This relatively flat trail crosses Verdure Creek and travels through ponderosa pine forest for a pleasant trip. This trail is also the access trail for Forest Trail #462 (West Wagon Loop Trail) and which connects to Forest Trail #016 (Camp Jackson) to create a loop. Elevation Change: South End (#084): 8,143 feet North End (#087): 8,700 feet Click here for graph of Elevation Change At a Glance Current Conditions: Trail conditions vary widely with weather events and during spring runoff. Check with the Monticello Ranger District for updated information. Usage: Heavy Restrictions: Open to: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding, Motorcycle Trail Riding, Off Highway Vehicles (OHV) less than or equal to 50 inches wide. Closest Towns: Monticello and Blanding, UT Water: Water is unavailable on this trail. Users should carry water. Restroom: Vault toilet at southern trailhead. Operated By: Forest Service Information Center: Monticello Ranger District (435) 587-2041 General Information Directions: From Monticello, head south on US-191 approximately 8.9 miles. Turn right onto Co Rd 110/Dude Ranch (Blue Mountain Ranch Road #50082) and continue approximately 2.2 miles. Turn left onto Recapture Road #084 and travel approximately 2.8 miles to Wagonwheel Trail #168 located on your right.)
Shay Ridge ATV (The Shay Ridge Trail #162 is 5.0 miles long. It begins at Forest Road #104 (Shay Ridge) and ends at Forest Road #354 (Jackson Ridge). The trail travels through pine, fir and aspen forests and provides outstanding views of the surrounding canyon country. Several sections of the trail are exposed. Many trail loops can be made using this trail and other area trails. Those trails include: Red Ledges #019, Red Ledges Access Trail #160, Robertson Pasture #020 and Aspen Flat #018. To complete these loops, Forest Roads #079 (North Creek) and #354 (Jackson Ridge) are also used. Elevation Change: North End (Road #104): 8,530 feet South End (Road #354): 10,305 feet Click here for graph of Elevation Change At a Glance Current Conditions: Trail conditions vary widely with weather events and during spring runoff. Check with the Monticello Ranger District for updated information. Usage: Heavy Restrictions: Open to: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding, Motorcycle Trail Riding, Off Highway Vehicles (OHV) less than or equal to 50 inches wide. Closest Towns: Monticello and Blanding, UT Water: Bring your own water for day trips. Restroom: None Operated By: Forest Service Information Center: Monticello Ranger District (435) 587-2041 General Information Directions: From Monticello, turn west onto 200 South and stay left at the Y onto Abajo Dr., continue on North Creek (FH 49- Loop/Harts Draw) approximately 12 miles. Turn left onto Forest Road #100 (Spring Lake) and travel approximately 1.1 miles. Turn right onto Forest Road #104 (Shay Ridge) and travel approximately 6.0 miles to Shay Ridge Trail #162 located on your left.)
Shay Mountain MC (The Shay Mountain Trail #098 is 4.9 miles long. The trail begins at Forest Road #081 and goes towards Shay Mountain. A small spring marks the end of the trail. The trail is extremely rocky and has several ledges that require some technical maneuvering. This trail includes a spur to an old mining claim as well. Elevation Change: South End (Road #081): 8,349 feet North End (FS Boundary): 7,614 feet Click here for graph of Elevation Change At a Glance Current Conditions: Trail conditions vary widely with weather events and during spring runoff. Check with the Monticello Ranger District for updated information. Usage: Heavy Restrictions: Open to: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding, Motorcycle Trail Riding, Off Highway Vehicles (OHV) less than or equal to 50 inches wide. Closest Towns: Monticello Ranger District (435) 587-2041 Water: Water is unavailable on this trail. Users should carry water. Restroom: None Operated By: Forest Service Information Center: Monticello Ranger District (435) 587-2041 General Information Directions: From Monticello, turn west onto 200 South and stay left at the Y onto Abajo Dr., continue on Harts Draw (Forest Road #049) approximately 12 miles. Turn left onto Forest Road #100 (Indian Creek) and travel approximately 1.1 miles. At Foy Lake (Spring Lake) turn north (right) onto Road #104 (Shay Ridge) and travel approximately 5 miles. Turn right onto Road #082 and travel approximately 0.5 miles. Turn right onto Road #081 and travel approximately 0.2 miles to where road ends and trail begins.)
Red Ledges MC (The Red Ledges Trail #019 is 5.0 miles long. It travels between Forest Trail #018 (Aspen Flat) and Forest Trail #020 (Robertson Pasture). Acess to this trail is from one of the aforementioned trails or off of Forest Trail #160 (Red Ledges Access Trail) off of Forest Road #079 (North Creek). Red Ledges Access Trail #160 intersects Red Ledges Trail #019 at its midpoint, where users can travel either west to intersect Aspen Flat Trail #018 or east to intersect Robertson Pasture Trail #020. From the east end of the trail the trail descends slightly for the first two miles before descending steeply into the Indian Creek basin. After crossing Indian Creek the trail ascends steeply towards the junction with Forest Trail #018 (Aspen Flat). Many trail loops can be made using this trail and other area trails. Those trails include: Red Ledges Access Trail #160, Aspen Flat Trail #018, Robertson Pasture #020 and Shay Ridge #162. To complete these loops, Forest Road #079 (North Creek) is used. Elevation Change: East End (Trail #020): 9,606 feet West End (Trail #018): 8,802 feet Click here for graph of Elevation Change Usage: Heavy Restrictions: Open to: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding, Motorcycle Trail Riding. Closed to Motorcycles from Oct 1 - May 15th. Closest Towns: Monticello and Blanding, UT Water: Water is unavailable on this trail. Users should carry water. Restroom: None Operated By: Forest Service Information Center: Monticello Ranger District (435) 587-2041 General Information Directions: From Monticello, Turn west onto 200 South and stay left at the Y onto Abajo Dr., continue on North Creek (FH 49- Loop/Harts Draw). Travel approximately 4.7 miles and turn left onto Forest Road #079 (Indian Creek). Continue approximately 9 miles to the trailhead for Forest Trail #020 (Robertson Pasture) which can be used to access the east end of Red Ledges Trail (#019).)
PipeLine ATV (The Pipeline Trail #167 is 1.1 miles long. It begins at Forest Road #357 and ends at Forest Road #266. Restrictions: Open to: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding, Motorcycle Trail Riding, Off Highway Vehicles (OHV) less than or equal to 50 inches wide. Closest Towns: Monticello, UT Water: Bring your own water for day trips. From Monticello, turn west onto 200 South and stay left at the Y onto Abajo Dr., continue on North Creek (FH 49- Loop/Harts Draw). Turn left at South Creek Road #087 and continue approximately 5.2 miles. Turn right onto Forest Road #357 and travel approximately 0.4 miles to Pipeline Trail #167.)
Lower Indian Creek MC (The Lower Indian Creek Trail #021 is 4.9 miles long (an additional 1.7 miles are on a BLM road, total of 6.6 miles). It begins at Forest Road #104 and continues through the Forest Service Boundary onto BLM lands to intersect State Route 211 at Newspaper Rock State Historical Monument. The portion on the BLM is a road rather than a trail. This trail follows a bench along the bank of Indian Creek. Elevation Change: South End (Road #104): 7,434 feet North End (FS Boudary): 6,430 feet Click here for graph of Elevation Change At a Glance Current Conditions: This trail is prone to frequent wash-outs during and after weather events. Trail conditions vary widely with weather events and during spring runoff. Check with the Monticello Ranger District for updated information. Usage: Heavy Restrictions: Open to: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding, Motorcycle Trail Riding. Closest Towns: Monticello, UT Water: User should carry their own water. Restroom: None Operated By: Forest Service Information Center: Monticello Ranger District (435) 587-2041 General Information Directions: From Monticello, turn west onto 200 South and stay left at the Y onto Abajo Dr., continue on Harts Draw Rd (Forest Road #049) approximately 12 miles. Turn left onto Forest Road #100 (Indian Creek) and travel approximately 1.1 miles to Foy Lake (Spring Lake). At the lake turn right onto Forest Road #104 (Shay Ridge) and continue approximately 3.0 miles to Lower Indian Creek Trail #021.)
Camp Jackson MC (The Camp Jackson Trail #016 is 3.9 miles long. The southern end of this trail is at Forest Road #084 (Recapture) and travels northwest to Forest Road #386 which is a spur off of Forest Road #079 (North Creek). While relatively flat, this trail does include some steep sections that may be difficult to negotiate. The trail travels northward through pleasant ponderosa pine forest towards Camp Jackson Reservoir which is located on private land. This trail is can also be accessed via Forest Trail #168 (Wagonwheel) and Forest Trail #462 (West Wagon Loop Trail). Use of these trails can create a loop. Elevation Change: South East End (Road #084): 8,156 feet North West End (Road #386): 8,959 feet Click here for graph of Elevation Change At a Glance Current Conditions: Trail conditions vary widely with weather events and during spring runoff. Check with the Monticello Ranger District for updated information. Usage: Heavy Restrictions: Open to: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding, Motorcycle Trail Riding, and Off Highway Vehicles (OHV) less than or equal to 50 inches wide. Closest Towns: Monticello and Blanding, UT Water: Bring your own water for day trips. Restroom: Vault toilet available at Southern Camp Jackson/Wagon Wheel Directions: From Monticello, head south on US-191 approximately 8.9 miles. Turn right onto Co Rd 110/Forest Road #082 (Blue Mountain Ranch) and continue approximately 2.2 miles. Turn left onto Forest Road #084 (Recapture) and travel approximately 3.2 miles to Camp Jackson Trail #016 located on your right. From Blanding, head north on US-191 approximately 9.6 miles. Turn left onto Forest Road #085 (Bulldog) and follow this road approximately 6.0 miles. Turn left on Forest Road #084 (Recapture) and proceed 0.5 miles to the Camp Jackson Trail #016 located on your right.)
Aspen Flat MC (The Aspen Flat Trail #018 is 5.3 miles long. The south end of this trail is located at Forest Road #381, a small spur off of Forest Road #079 (North Creek). The north end of this trail is located at Forest Road #104 (Shay Ridge). From this trail?s north end the trail gently ascends to aspen flat, a large, relatively flat open meadow area. From this point to the southern end of the trail, it becomes significantly steeper as it ascends further before descending sharply towards Indian Creek. The trail continues to ascend and descend steeply before before leveling off just before reaching Forest Road #381. Many trail loops can be made using this trail and other area trails. Those trails include: Red Ledges #019, Red Ledges Access Trail #160, Robertson Pasture #020 and Shay Ridge #162. To complete these loops, Forest Roads #079 (North Creek) and #354 (Jackson Ridge) are also used. Elevatioin Change: North West End (Road #104): 8,444 feet South East End (Road #381): 9,274 feet Click here for graph of Elevation Change Usage: Heavy Restrictions: Open to: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding, Motorcycle Trail Riding. Closed to Motorcycles from Oct 1 - May 15th. Closest Towns: Monticello, UT Water: Intermittent streams and springs are located along this trail, but are unreliable. Directions: From Monticello, turn west onto 200 South and stay left at the Y onto Abajo Dr., continue on North Creek (FH 49- Loop/Harts Draw). Travel approximately 4.7 miles and turn left onto Forest Road #079 (Indian Creek). Continue approximately 7.7 miles then turn right onto Forest Road #381 and continue to trailhead.)