Copper Ridge

Moab, Utah (Grand County)

Last Updated: 05/05/2022
4 / 5 ( 1 reviews )
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Highlights

Highlight: Copper Ridge
Copper Ridge is a popular Easter Jeep Safari route that combines numerous trails within this scenic region north of Moab. The trail begins with a stop at a fantastic dinosaur track site with multiple large footprints left behind in the sandstone. You'll then work your way over to what's left of the 1969 movie set for the movie "Blue." The trail then travels to the white slick rock and more challenging obstacles. In the distance, you'll have spectacular views of the Arches National Park rock formations and further the Las Sal mountains. Waypoint 21 will test your vehicle's climbing abilities and your nerves. The final point of interest is the Seven Mile Canyon pour-off. You can park right on the cliff's edge and reflect on the epic day you just had on the trail.

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( MODERATE - DIFFICULT )

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Waypoints

1. North Trailhead (0 mi)
The trail begins from Highway 191 and travels east along the gravel road. There is a large open area for staging or trailer parking. There is no camping allowed at the trailhead.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Moab, Utah

From Moab, Utah, travel north on 191 for 22.5 miles. Turn right at the gas line pumps at BLM route 143. The large staging area is immediately after the fencing. The route begins by traveling east along the gravel road.

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Bobby Nelson

Mapping Crew - Arizona

While living in the Midwest, I developed a passion for searching out new trails and hidden spots. That passion continues to this day in the beautiful southwestern United States. My wife and I are full-time RVers who travel from region to region, exploring every nook and cranny we can find. While we're getting to know the locals, we gain insight into these areas then pass on that knowledge to our subscribers. We truly enjoy traversing long, beautiful back-country routes with epic campsites, but we equally enjoy pushing the limits on challenging rock crawling trails. Our rig was built to do everything, and that's what we hope to share with our subscribers. Please visit our website https://www.xploremor.net to follow us and for opportunities to join us on our adventures. You can also view our vast video library on YouTube. Xploremor YouTube
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