Hell's Revenge 4x4 Trail

Moab, Utah 84532

Distance6.7mi
Elevation Gain2,369ft
Trailhead Elevation4,486ft
Top4,773ft
Elevation Min/Max4449/4773ft
Elevation Start/End4486/4486ft

Hell's Revenge 4x4 Trail

Hell's Revenge 4x4 Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Moab, Utah. It is 6.7 miles long and begins at 4,486 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 13.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 2,369 feet. The Baby Lions Back and Hell's Revenge attractions, the Hell's Revenge 4x4 Trail parking, and the Sand Flats information office are near the trailhead. The Lions Back attraction can be seen along the trail. There is also a cliff along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Slickrock.

Hell's Revenge 4x4 Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"The trail is as beautiful as it is confusing. It has a high vantage point with beautiful views of the La Sal Mountains and Negro Bill Canyon to the east and, from the overlook, the Colorado River. The area is also known for the Slickrock Bike Trail which draws avid bikers from all over the world. The four-wheel-drive and biking trails crisscross several times but never share the same route.

Never drive on the biking trail, which is marked with painted white dashed lines. Be very careful at the crossing points. Always be courteous and friendly—it’s contagious. Numerous steep climbs and descents over sandstone domes and ledges. Excellent traction enables vehicles to surmount inclines of incredible steepness but plenty of power is necessary. Make sure your vehicle is properly geared."

Hell's Revenge 4x4 Trail Reviews

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3/24/2008
This trail is a must do when you visit Moab. Lion's Back and Potato Salad Hill were closed, but Hell's Revenge was a first for me and had a great time.
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Sep 2018