Sevenmile Rim

4.9/5 (9 reviews)
Moab, Utah (Grand County)
Last Updated: 06/12/2022
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Trail Information

Highlights

Are you looking for a Moab offroad trail that isn't over the top like "Metal Masher" or "Hell's Revenge"? Seven Mile Rim is the perfect trail to gain your confidence to tackle those more difficult trails or to soak in the sights. Packed with views in its entire 13-mile distance, it has every terrain located throughout the Moab region, just not on the extreme level some trails have inherited. The trail travels along the rim of a mesa with fantastic views to the east and the south into Sevenmile Canyon. As a bonus, you can get up close and personal to "Uranium Arch," which is just as majestic as those found in the National Park. For new drivers to Moab, this is the perfect trail to get yourself and your skills ready for some fantastic wheeling found nowhere else in the world.

Trail Difficulty and Assessment

Trail Navigation

This trail is a mixture of all that Moab has to offer from soft sand and gravel to 1-3 foot ledges and drops. There are many places where "slickrock" is traversed. This trail is a 13.1-mile loop trail that starts on "Thornburg Road" and ends on "South Road".

Trail Reviews

4.9/5 (9 reviews)
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 06/22/2022

Great trail. Off camber at the end incredible views. Great trail for people that don’t want the intense trail
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 05/28/2022
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

I can't believe I hadn't heard of this trail more before running it. Great views and fun obstacles. Only real downside was the amount of traffic we encountered. 20 UTVs and a tour group of 20 +/- Jeeps, on top of the regular traffic. Didn't ruin our day, just slowed it down a little. Take your time, show good trail etiquette, no worries. My wife would probably say that the off camber at WP11 & WP22 was more "Moderate Plus". I would tend to agree in comparison to some other trails. Slow and steady as the author says. We ran The Pickle, then Hidden Canyon, and then this trail. With stops and traffic on 7R, it was around an 8 hour day, but a great one. The 6 hrs combined estimate for wheeling all three trails from Trailsoffroad.com was pretty accurate. While not as difficult or as long, it almost felt like a "Mini Trifecta". Would absolutely wheel this route again.
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 05/06/2022
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Very scenic with a lot of slick rock, quick sand straights, and wonderful views with many optional off-shoot trails.
Trail Review: Sevenmile Rim - Justin Gentile
Trail Review: Sevenmile Rim - Justin Gentile
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Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 05/03/2022

Super fun trail with almost constant obstacles besides the high speed sand sections. Had a ton of fun, was a little timid since this was my first trail in awhile but everything was fine. I hated the off camber bits near the end but it was worth it.
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 08/24/2021

After some questionable time we decided to do this trail... we took a bone stock, 2013 platnium f150 on stock size all terrain tires. It took 7 hrs for us to complete... would I recommend it on a stock truck... hell no lol!! It was a huge challenge on some of the stairs and drop offs. Traction was never a problem clearance was... we made it with no damage to the truck, but the spotter was out often.
Trail Review: Sevenmile Rim - Cody Shay Burris
Trail Review: Sevenmile Rim - Cody Shay Burris
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