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Lockhart Basin - Moab, Utah
Technical Rating: 5
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 38.1 Miles
Duration: about 7 hours
Status: Open

Lockhart Basin

Moab, Utah

Traveling over a great distance and deep into the heart of desert and canyon country, a sense of freedom is the feeling you get when on the Lockhart Basin offroad trail just outside of Moab, Utah. It is remote and far from the traffic jam you experience on many of the other popular trails in the area. This route is often used to avoid pavement when going from the Moab area to the Canyonlands Needles District. Along the way, you witness the fortress-like walls of Hatch Point to one side of you, and the intricate and humbling canyon benches that were formed over time by the mighty Colorado River to the other. The trail is great for a long day or can be combined with other trails for a multi-day overland trip for capable rigs.

Poison Spider Mesa - Moab, Utah
Technical Rating: 6-10
Difficulty: Moderate-Extreme
Length: 15.4 Miles
Duration: about 5 hours
Status: Open

Poison Spider Mesa

Moab, Utah

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.

Metal Masher - Moab, Utah
Technical Rating: 6-10
Difficulty: Moderate-Extreme
Length: 13.0 Miles
Duration: about 6 hours
Status: Open

Metal Masher

Moab, Utah

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, Metal Masher 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 also take in the inspiring views of the slick rock hills, see the arches off in the landscape, and enjoy snow-capped mountains in the background.

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