Nine Mile Reservoir is a 6.3-mile semi-maintained dirt and rock road that connects with numerous other trails in this region of the San Rafael Swell and takes about 30 minutes to complete. This remote, lonely area can be easily reached in stock-type vehicles with AWD and high clearance. Rocks along the route can be sharp, so please ensure you have durable tires. In wet conditions, the trail would be impassable. There is camping along the way to the end, but the best site is at the spur before the end of the track. The 9110 sign indicates a turn-around campsite on the edge of a cliff with spectacular views. Sunset and sunrise from this campsite are amazing. The trail used to continue down into the valley below but is now severely washed out and only open to dirt bikes & ATVs.
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