Panorama Point

Hanksville, Utah 84734

Panorama Point

Panorama Point Professional Review and Guide

"The 17-mile out-and-back is rated aerobically and technically moderate in difficulty. After negotiating 8.5 miles of rolling, timbered rim country over a four-wheel-drive road containing some respectable stretches of sand and slickrock, you’ll reach Panorama Point. Here you gaze out, an infinity encompassing features you viewed from different perspectives if you’ve accomplished certain other rides in this guide. Spreading out below is the evocative Land of Standing Rocks and the aptly named Maze, decidedly one of the most isolated, inaccessible, and fantastic places in North America; it’s a colorful puzzle of narrow, multifingered, randomly eroded box canyons, far too confusing to be contemplated for too long.

Farther out you can see the Needles District, Island in the Sky, the distant Abajos and La Sals, and, on a clear day, the high tips of the even more distant San Juan peaks of Colorado. It really is something to behold. General location: Sixty miles east of Hanksville. As the raven flies, you’re about the same distance from Moab; you don’t have wings, though, so it’s about twice that far by car."

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Trail Information

Hanksville
Nearby City
17
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Technical Difficulty
Moderate
Physical Difficulty
March through October
Season
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, 520-608-6404
Local Contacts
DeLorme Utah Atlas & Gazetteer, pages 29 and 30; Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Official Map and Guide
Local Maps

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Jul 2018