Quickly climbing into the La Sal Mountains, Geyser Pass is a quick way to escape the summer heat. This easy 7.8-mile gravel road zigzags up switchbacks before ending in the pine trees at over 10,000 feet at Geyser Pass. The trail can be completed in 2WD and passenger cars in dry conditions. While climbing up, multiple pull-off-type dispersed campsites have expansive views across the desert below. Connecting with Dry Canyon Lake and La Sal Pass trails creates a wonderful 4x4 day run into the mountains.
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