Secret Spire

Moab, Utah (Grand County)

Last Updated: 04/18/2022
5 / 5 ( 5 reviews )
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Typically Open: Year Round
Length: 1.25 miles
Highest Elevation: 4932 feet
Duration: About 45 minutes
Shape of Trail: Straight Through
Best Direction to Travel: N/A
Nearest Town: Moab
Nearest Town w/ Services: Moab
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Management Agency: Bureau of Land Management
District: Moab Field Office


Highlight: Secret Spire
The Secret Spire shouldn't be a secret. It is just too beautiful. Although, if you only took the main Spring Canyon Point Road and drove by, it would remain a secret to you as it is well hidden from the main area. This trail was developed for an Easter Jeep Safari years back, and many call the Spring Canyon Point Road, which leads you to this trail, by the name of "Secret Spire Safari Route." When you come upon the Spire, you can only marvel at its beauty, as if it is posing there for you, and only you.


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1. East Trailhead (0 mi)
Turn south off of Spring Canyon Point Road.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Moab, Utah

Secret Spire is located northwest of Moab, off of Spring Canyon Point Road. To get there from Moab, travel north on Highway 191 and then turn left (west) on Highway 313. After a few miles, you will see signs for Lone Mesa Campground. Turn right off the pavement as if going to the campground. Continue straight on the dirt/gravel road beyond the actual campground entrance. Turn right (north) onto Dubinky Well Road. Spring Canyon Point Road is approximately 8 miles ahead. Follow Spring Canyon Point Road past Tombstone Rock and the exit to Dripping Springs. Secret Spire will be a left hand (south) turn approximately two and a half miles past Tombstone Rock (or 4.6 miles from the Spring Canyon Point Road trailhead at Dubinky Well Road).


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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 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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