Big Draw Trail

Moab, Utah (Grand County)

Last Updated: 07/14/2018
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Highlight: Big Draw Trail
Big Draw Road, named after the nearby Big Draw Wash that flows into Taylor Canyon, is an easy 4WD road that travels through the BLM desert leading up to the northern edge of Canyonlands National Park. At the end of the trail lays the rocky cliffs looking deep into the Taylor Canyon below. This trail will take you through several different desert terrains and you will be able to experience sand, dirt and rock surfaces. Along the way, you can see Beehive Butte, a rock structure that looks like the state symbol for the State of Utah. Not heavily traveled, the Big Draw Road can be a nice escape from the crowds to see the stunning views mother nature has created for you to enjoy.
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