Although a continuation of North Dragon, road number 50170, this trail's southern portion is entirely different from the northern portion. 4WD will likely be required, especially after a good rainstorm, with a wash crossing being the most challenging portion. Wider vehicles will be required to crawl over one of two rocks, causing a little suspension flexing. The trail dead-ends where it turns to a 66-inch or narrower trail heading further south. This trail passes through pinyon and juniper trees, winding down to a small area of bentonite hills. This is an excellent trail for beginners to expand into rougher roads and sightseers wanting to view the colors of bentonite that central Utah is known for. The only camping along the trail was at the beginning, next to the large intersection.
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