My Trail Reviews (29) (within last 6 months)
The Mount Antero Trail is open and passable.
Trail is open to just above timberline. Should be fully passable in the next week or two.
Trail is open to right at treeline where large drifts are still present. Should be a week or two before being fully open.
The trail is open to just before waypoint 2. As you come out of the trees snow is blocking the shelf road above timberline. It will be some time before enough snow has melted to make the trail passable.
The trail is almost all the way open. Several avalanches came down just above the Mary Murphy Mine, but they are passable. Snow is currently blocking the last 200-300 yards. It should only be a week or two before it's fully open.
The snow has receded enough to allow the trail to be fully open.
The trail is open to around waypoint 4, at this point the trail is blocked by avalanche debris. To get to this point, you must also cross several avalanche debris field on the Mount Antero Trail.
If you have a vehicle that can cross the avalanche slides at 2 miles, then you can get to above timber line on this trail. Travel over the avalanche debris fields is not advised.
Trail is open to just above timberline. Should be fully open in the next week or two.
Trail is still impassable due to heavy snow and debris issues. This status will be updated when the trail is passable.
This trail is still impassable due to a heavy winter and avalanche issues. This trail will be updated when the status changes.
The trail is blocked by avalanche debris at 2 miles. The trail status will be updated when the avalanche debris are removed/passable. This is before the Baldwin Lake trail.
Always a great day when driving Hells Revenge. Not much traffic on the trail during the week and we made good time.
Nice and easy drive, fairly busy as it's one of the recommended trails for UTV rental companies. Lots of great views!
Man! What a cool side trail. The wash on the lower part of the trail ran big this spring and it rearranged the road a bit, but it is passable and becoming re-established.
Great river views and a fun drive. Lots of traffic on the trail as it's a recommended trail from UTV rental companies.
Short but fun trail. We used this to connect Klondike Bluffs to Salt Valley Road to get to the Tower Arch Trail.
Nice trip and the parking area at the arch made for a perfect lunch stop. Continued to Eye of the Whale Arch from here.
It's been 6 years since I have been on this trail and I don't know why it took me so long to go back. Didn't see another vehicle on the trail, my kids loved the dinosaur tracks and we had a great day.
First time driving this trail, really enjoyed the unique setting. Off the beaten path and a moon-like landscape.
It's been 5 years since I have been on this trail and I forgot how much I enjoyed it. A few mild challenges and great views from the terrace.
One of my favorite trail in Moab. Nice day and minimal traffic on the trail.
Trail was open to the Mary Murphy Mine at Waypoint 3, after this point the trail was blocked by snow.
Trail is only currently open to Waypoint 4. At that point the trail is blocked by a large avalanche field 200yds across and nearly 25' deep. It will be a quite some time before the trail is passable at this point.
Trail was blocked by snow about .25 miles past the first creek crossing/obstacle. Will be a while until the trail is fully open.
Trail is currently only open for about 2 miles before being blocked by snow. Will be several more week before it is fully open.
This trail is only open for about a mile before avalanche debris and snow block the trail.
12” of snow the night before made for a fun and slippery day. We had to winch more that usual, but always a great day on this trail.
Snow, sleet, rain and thunder made for an exciting trip! Trail is 100% open with no ice.