Klondike Bluffs

Moab, Utah (Grand County)

Last Updated: 03/09/2022
4.6 / 5 ( 14 reviews )
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Highlight: Klondike Bluffs
Dinosaur tracks, slickrock, and washes - consider this trail your very own off-road Jurassic Park experience, without the risk of being eaten by Velociraptors. Klondike Bluffs, sitting just north of Moab and bordering the 300-million years old formations of Arches National Park is truly an enjoyable and interesting 4WD trail. It travels alongside the visible evidence of the Jurassic time period and right up to the mysterious looking rock formations of the Bluffs and Arches National Park. Combine this trail with Klondike Bluffs Escape for a visually stimulating route into Salt Valley and Arches National Park.

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Waypoints

1. Trailhead (0 mi)
Drive east while the road quickly turns to dirt. There is plenty of room for a group to air down here. Up until Waypoint 4, there are several dispersed camping locations, although not very scenic.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Moab, Utah

Drive north on Highway 191. The trailhead is 14.0 miles north of the intersection of Highway 191 and Highway 128. Turn right at the "Klondike Bluffs" signs just after mile marker 142.

Camping

Dispersed

Trail Reviews (19)

Questions & Answers (1)

Q: Thinking of doing this trail and camping out there in 2 weeks. I have an offraod built 2018 tundra... 3" lift up front 1" lift in the rear w/ extended travel suspension. Skid plates underneath...etc. would I be ok doing this trail?
–Sean (04/12/2019)
–Todd (04/12/2019)
–Todd (04/12/2019)

Writer Information

Todd

Founder

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.
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