Moab, Utah is one of the premier off-road and four-wheel drive destinations. Comprised of some of the most well-known trails in all of the United States it has trail types that suit all drivers wheeling desires. Some would call it an "off-roader's paradise". Amongst these trails, Hurrah Pass is one of the more popular "easy" trails in the entire area. It overlooks the Colorado River and potash evaporation ponds. Many people couple this trail with Chicken Corners and the Catacomb Spur Trail.
Continue straight along Kane Creek Road, the road you came in on. You will automatically find the trailhead and be on the trail by simply staying straight. The more difficult Kane Creek Canyon trailhead is here also on the left/southeast side of the road. There is a nice size lot on the right (northwest) side of the road signs to air down.
Trail has lots of great views and is pretty easy to negotiate. I think the pass is a bit more rocky right now so I would say it is closer to a 2.5 and might need a hair more clearance to negotiate safely. Had a lot of traffic on the trail later in the day. Getting there early definitely helped. We were solo on the way in and 75% of the way out.
Hurrah Pass is very easy and is awesome but that means lots of traffic. Still worth it and if you're going that far you might as well do Chicken Corners which is also very long so it's a big day. Stunning views pretty much the whole time and a bunch of great parking spots.
Absolute gorgeous drive up to the pass. A pretty easy drive up; watched two girls drive a Honda CR-V up to the top. These were some of the best views I've seen in Moab. Not a stressful drive up what-so-ever, especially for the views provided. I plan on doing this trail and camping on chicken corners every trip to Moab.
This pass is an easy drive with some really good view on the way, and some fun ledges to get some interesting pictures. Really enjoyed cruising up and down this one on my way to Chicken Corners. A couple stock SUVs trying to see how high up they could get, but otherwise it was a pretty quiet drive when I went.
Todd is an avid wheeler who loves to explore new trails whenever and wherever he can. They say necessity is the mother of all invention and that holds true for Todd. His want and desire to find passable trails and new nooks and crannies of the Great American West to explore were his reasons behind starting Trailsoffroad.com. On any given weekend you can find Todd on some obscure 4x4 trail or using his legs to hike to an alpine lake.