Offroad Trails in Moab

A Region within Utah
Offroad, overland, and rock crawling opportunities are abundant in the Moab, Utah area, with 100s of open roads and trails that range from easy to extreme. The area spans over 103,000 square miles and includes lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management, The Manti-La Sal National Forest, Utah State Trust Land, Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, and the Sand Flats Recreation Area. While the most well-known trails, such as Hell’s Revenge, Fins and Things, Poison Spyder, The White Rim Trail, and the Rimrocker, are typically the main attractions, the area is home to plenty of hidden gems worth exploring. While visiting and riding the trails, enjoy Arches and Canyonlands National Parks to round out your trip. Plan accordingly because Arches now has a timed entry system from April through November, where you need a permit to enter. It is also important to know that summers can have extreme heat with monsoons, and even though it is a high-plain desert, it can snow in the winter months. Dispersed camping is limited and only available in designated areas. Each Trails Offroad trail guide lists the various camping opportunities, including BLM’s designated campsites. BLM also manages several campgrounds with vault toilets and picnic tables. Within Moab, you can find various lodging and dining opportunities and repair and maintenance services for your vehicle. Browse the trail guides below to find what best suits you.
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Moab includes trail difficulties ranging from