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Poison Spider Mesa
Moab, Utah is one of the premier off-road and four-wheel drive destinations. Comprised of some of the most well-known trails in all of the United States it has trail types that suit all drivers wheeling desires. Some would call it an "off-roader's paradise". Amongst these trails, Poison Spider is one of the more popular "hard" trails in the entire area. Comprised of slick rock, sand, and dirt, this trail offers drivers everything they are looking for and more. Not only do you get amazing wheeling, you can take in the inspiring Little Arch with a view of the Colorado River behind it.
Kane Creek Canyon
Moab, Utah is one of the premier off-road and four-wheel drive destinations. Comprised of some of the most well-known trails in all of the United States, it has trail types that suit all drivers' wheeling desires. Some would call it an "off-roader's paradise". Amongst these trails, Kane Creek is one of the more popular "hard" trails in the entire area. Comprised of over 40 creek crossings, soft sand, loose rock, large ledges, steep waterfalls, deep mud, and loose dirt, this trail offers drivers everything they are looking for and more. Not only do you get intense wheeling, you can also take in the inspiring creek crossings, gentle flowing water slides, waterfalls, and sheer cliffs that seem to go on forever.
The Elephant Hill off-road trail takes you deep into the interior of the otherworldly scenery that lays within the Needles District in Canyonlands National Park. Some call it one of the most technical routes in all of Utah, which may or may not be true depending on your driving skills. Without question, though, is that this trail has some of the most amazing scenery and solitude in the area accessible by four-wheel drive. Along the route, you are immersed within the thousands of the colorful sandstone spires that come up from the desert floor, washes, cliff edges, and narrow slot canyons.
The road over Elephant Hill was originally built in the early 1940s by a man named Puge Stocks, to improve the cattle grazing activity in the area. Several small airstrips were also built in the area after the road was finished, so light airplanes could service the ranching operations. Although it is not visible today, one of the runways was near the road on the top of Elephant Hill!
Only twenty-four day use permits are allowed per day for this trail, so be sure to plan appropriately. This is also a Jeep Badge of Honor Trail.
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