Winter Camp Ridge Trail

Moab, Utah

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This short trail is a spur leading off from Dome Plateau Trail. It begins along an unmarked, roughly graded sandy trail that runs along the top of Winter Camp Ridge. Special Attractions: Short spur trail can be done in conjunction with Dome Plateau Trail; Views into Arches National Park; Sandy trail is fun to drive. High-clearance 4WDs are preferred, but any high-clearance vehicle is acceptable. Expect a rough road surface; mud and sand are possible but will be easily passable. You may encounter rocks up to 6 inches in diameter, a loose road surface, and shelf roads, though these will be wide enough for passing or will have adequate pull-offs.
Backcountry Adventures: Utah

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Backcountry Adventures: Utah

by Peter Massey & Jeanne Wilson (Adler Publishing )

This short trail is a spur leading off from Dome Plateau Trail. It begins along an unmarked, roughly graded sandy trail that runs along the top of Winter Camp Ridge. Special Attractions: Short spur trail can be done in conjunction with Dome Plateau Trail; Views into Arches National Park; Sandy trail is fun to drive.

High-clearance 4WDs are preferred, but any high-clearance vehicle is acceptable. Expect a rough road surface; mud and sand are possible but will be easily passable. You may encounter rocks up to 6 inches in diameter, a loose road surface, and shelf roads, though these will be wide enough for passing or will have adequate pull-offs.

© 2006 Peter Massey & Jeanne Wilson/Adler Publishing . All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: Moab
Distance: 4.3
Trail Type: Shuttle
Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 45 minutes
Season: Year-round
Trailhead Elevation: 4,900 feet
Top Elevation: 5,300 feet
Local Contacts: Arches National Park
Local Maps: USGS Cisco SW, Mollie Hogans, Moab
Driving Directions: Directions to Winter Camp Ridge Trail

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