Dry Fork Canyon

Moab, Utah 84532

Dry Fork Canyon

Dry Fork Canyon Professional Review and Guide

"The out-and-back Dry Fork ride is accessed via a spur a short ways past the Bull Canyon turnoff on Bull Canyon Road. Traveling through another beautiful wingate sandstone lined canyon into an old mining area. Riding only gets difficult when you encounter the occasional sandy wash bottom.

The attractions on the Dry Fork ride include spectacular canyon walls, wildlife, large petrified wood specimens, a spring (don't rely on it), the formations and mining remnants at the end of the canyon, and the downhill ride out of the canyon. Trail Surface: Dirt road and 4WD track. Hardpack, sand, loose rock, and bedrock."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
1,797 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Easy to Moderate
Technical Difficulty
Moderate to Difficult
Physical Difficulty
3-6 hours
Year-round but best spring & fall
4,500 feet
Trailhead Elevation
5,000 feet
Top Elevation
Bureau of Land Management, 435-259-2196
Local Contacts
USGS The Knoll, Gold Bar, and Klondike; Moab West Trail Map; Moab Recreation Map.
Local Maps