Mineral Point Road to Spring Canyon Bottom Road

4.2/5 (4 reviews)
The iconic Hell Roaring Rim (HRR) route has become popular. Known as a family-friendly trail with spectacular views of the desert, this portion of HRR challenges even the most seasoned wheelers. Rocky ledges are overly abundant along this slow, bumpy traverse. You create the iconic HRR route and an ... Read More
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Highlights of Mineral Point Road to Spring Canyon Bottom Road

Camping Category Icon Camping
Desert Category Icon Desert
Iconic Category Icon Iconic
Rock Category Icon Rock
Scenic Category Icon Scenic
Highest Elevation
5719 ft
Shape of Trail
Connector
Typically Open
Year Round
Best Direction
North
Official Trail Name
D1266, D1265, D1262, D1264, D1255, D1460, D1465, D1468, D1470, D1473, D1475, D1477
Nearest Town
Moab
Nearest Services
Moab
Management Agency
Bureau of Land Management,
District
Moab Field Office

Overview

The iconic Hell Roaring Rim (HRR) route has become popular. Known as a family-friendly trail with spectacular views of the desert, this portion of HRR challenges even the most seasoned wheelers. Rocky ledges are overly abundant along this slow, bumpy traverse. You create the iconic HRR route and an all-day scenic adventure by connecting with the Mineral Point and Mineral Point Return via Hell Roaring trails. You'll wind through a diverse and well-preserved desert landscape with a hike to Tibbetts Arch and endless views of the canyons and distant mountains.

Trail Difficulty and Assessment

Trail Guide Overview
23 Waypoints
71 Trail Photos
2 Trail Concerns
4 Community Reviews
1 Video
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