E Kimball Draw/Cat Canyon

Emery, Utah (Emery County)

Last Updated: 07/21/2019
5 / 5 ( 3 reviews )
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Status:
Open
Typically Open: Year Round
Length: 15.26 miles
Highest Elevation: feet
Duration:
Shape of Trail: Connector
Best Direction to Travel: N/A
Nearest Town: Emery
Nearest Town w/ Services: Emery
Official Road Name: 927
Management Agency: Bureau of Land Management
District: Price Field Office

Highlights

Highlight: E Kimball Draw/Cat Canyon
Winding its way through the canyons of the western San Rafael Swell lies the E Kimball Draw/Cat Canyon trail. A little bit rocky, a lot of camping and endless views are provided to you in this remote region of the Central Utah desert. This trail has a little bit of everything for the family to enjoy. Combined with Copper Globe Mine and the Reds Canyon Overlook Loop, you will be sure to have an adventurous weekend of exploring. Be sure to keep your eyes open for some wild horses!

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Waypoints

1. Trailhead (0 mi)
The trailhead is at Waypoint 11 of Copper Globe Mine. Alternately, you could start at the end waypoint and run both this and Copper Globe Mine in reverse (west to east).

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Emery, Utah

Head north on Highway 10 for 3.5 miles until you turn right onto Co Rd 801. Follow 801 for 2.7 miles and then turn right onto Co Rd 803 (Moore Cutoff Road). Stay on 803 for 17 miles until you reach the intersection with I70. Continue OVER I70 and past the entrance to the freeway. Turn left onto the south frontage road taking you east. This is Devil's Canyon Road. Follow this until you reach the trailhead. You must then complete Copper Globe Mine. Alternately, you can run this trail in reverse by exiting I70 at exit 108 and driving south on CO RD 923 for 5.3 miles.

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Writer Information

TJ Bosworth

Mapping Crew - Utah

Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, he's only been off-roading since he was 16 but fell in love immediately. He attended college in Denver for Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management and wheeled in Colorado for 4 years, but ended up moving back home to Salt Lake City. He currently works in an off-road shop and spends his free time doing anything he can to stay busy, which is usually working on his jeep or playing music. Outside of off-roading, he is an avid whitewater rafter and outdoor cook. Camping at least every other weekend in any season is a normal year. The further from civilization, the better. Bring on the memories!
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