Moab Rim

Moab, Utah

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Conveniently located at Moab’s back door, this trail offers a four-wheeling experience that you will talk about for a long time. It has always been busy with plenty of hikers and bikers. A new chair lift, now in operation, will increase traffic significantly. Keep your eyes open for wandering children and hiker wannabes. Use extreme caution and be courteous at all times. This trail wastes little time getting down to business. The first mile scares the wits out of most people. I’ve driven it many times and still get nervous. A long climb of tight, tippy, and extremely difficult ledges requires excellent driving skills and a very capable vehicle. Rollovers are not unusual.
Guide to Moab, Utah Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails

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Guide to Moab, Utah Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails

by Charles A. Wells (FunTreks)

Conveniently located at Moab’s back door, this trail offers a four-wheeling experience that you will talk about for a long time. It has always been busy with plenty of hikers and bikers. A new chair lift, now in operation, will increase traffic significantly.

Keep your eyes open for wandering children and hiker wannabes. Use extreme caution and be courteous at all times. This trail wastes little time getting down to business. The first mile scares the wits out of most people. I’ve driven it many times and still get nervous. A long climb of tight, tippy, and extremely difficult ledges requires excellent driving skills and a very capable vehicle. Rollovers are not unusual.

©  Charles A. Wells/FunTreks. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: Moab
Distance: 8.2
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Difficulty: Difficult
Duration: 3 to 4 hours
Season: Best in spring and fall
Local Maps: USGS Moab
Driving Directions: Directions to Moab Rim

Recent Trail Reviews

3/27/2008
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This trail will scare the S##T out of you. Right from the start you will be doing very technical ledges right on the edge of a cliff. We did see some signs of roll overs on the trail. ( saftey glass). I have 4 inch long arm lift with ARB rear locker open front 33" tires. the view at the top is worth the trip. Just remember what you go up you must also go down.



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