Hiccup Hills is one of those hidden gems in this little-used area of north Moab. The views are massive, and the trail is quite exciting. The trail has a few rock-crawling obstacles and a difficult hill that will push the limits of stock vehicles. The Hiccup Hill climb is short but pretty intimidating. The ground is loose dirt, and large boulders litter the slope before you reach the top, where a cattle gate immediately stops you. A locker or two may be needed on this climb to prevent rolling down into the canyon. No camping was found along this rugged route.
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