Bluff, UT Trails and Parks

Bluff has 11 trails in the vicinity, including 4 for off-highway drives and 3 for mountain biking. These trails range from 9.3 to 88.2 miles in length. The most popular trails are Butler Wash Road, Snow Flat Road and Comb Wash Trail. Trails.com member Katherine M. recently completed Butler Wash Road.
  • Sand Wash

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    Bluff, UT

    Sand Wash is a wide floodplain on the San Juan River with a Bureau of Land Management campground at the east end, a boat ramp in the center, and an undeveloped stretch of river forest and desert ...
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    Sand Wash is a wide floodplain on the San Juan River with a Bureau of Land Management campground at the east end, a boat ...

  • Comb Ridge

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    Bluff, UT

    This 47-mile loop following roads of packed sedimient and loose sand (along with 8 miles of pavement) is technically rather easy and aerobically moderate—if you take the recommended two days ...
    •  47 miles
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    This 47-mile loop following roads of packed sedimient and loose sand (along with 8 miles of pavement) is technically rather ...

  • Lake Powell

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    Bluff, UT

    The Colorado River impounded behind Glen Canyon Dam near Page, Arizona, forms Lake Powell, which is more than 570 feet deep when filled to capacity. The lake follows the flooded river gorge for ...
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    The Colorado River impounded behind Glen Canyon Dam near Page, Arizona, forms Lake Powell, which is more than 570 feet deep ...

  • San Juan River

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    Bluff, UT

    The San Juan is a slow-moving river heavy with sediment; it enters Utah in the Four Corners area of the state. It receives little fishing pressure, but some people on float trips fish the river ...
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    The San Juan is a slow-moving river heavy with sediment; it enters Utah in the Four Corners area of the state. It receives ...

  • Hovenweep-Navajo Classic

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    Bluff, UT

    The Hovenweep-Navajo Classic is an 88.2-mile out-and-back route. The ride’s highlights include the once-thriving, peaceful settlement of Bluff, the “loud serenity” of Navajo Nation desert wilderness, ...
    •  88.2 miles
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    The Hovenweep-Navajo Classic is an 88.2-mile out-and-back route. The ride’s highlights include the once-thriving, peaceful ...

  • Decker Road

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    Bluff, UT

    There are many graded county roads in the vicinity of Butler Wash Road, and these easy trails offer some varied, attractive scenery for driving and hiking. This trail covers some of these well-marked ...
    •  Easy
    •  45 minutes
    •  9.3 miles
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    There are many graded county roads in the vicinity of Butler Wash Road, and these easy trails offer some varied, attractive ...

  • Comb Wash Trail

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    Bluff, UT

    This trail runs down the west side of Comb Ridge, one of the most prominent features of the region. The trail runs close to both Comb Wash and Comb Ridge for its full length. From this side, ...
    •  Easy
    •  1 hour
    •  17.4 miles
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    This trail runs down the west side of Comb Ridge, one of the most prominent features of the region. The trail runs close ...

  • Snow Flat Road

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    Bluff, UT

    Snow Flat Road follows part of the old Mormon Pioneer Trail that traveled west to the San Juan Mission. The trail leaves Southeast #46: Comb Wash Trail and for the first few miles runs along ...
    •  Moderate
    •  1.5 hours
    •  21.4 miles
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    Snow Flat Road follows part of the old Mormon Pioneer Trail that traveled west to the San Juan Mission. The trail leaves ...

  • Butler Wash Road

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    Bluff, UT

    This graded county road follows along the tilted side of the Comb Ridge monocline and alongside Butler Wash. From the trail you can view the canyons cutting deeply into Comb Ridge, many of which ...
    •  Easy
    •  1.5 hours
    •  20.2 miles
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    This graded county road follows along the tilted side of the Comb Ridge monocline and alongside Butler Wash. From the trail ...

  • Valley of the Gods

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    Bluff, UT

    Valley of the Gods is a prelude to Monument Valley and the Four Corners Area, where space is open and endless, and where the air is filled with a lucid sense of remoteness. Dispersed throughout ...
    •  27 miles
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    Valley of the Gods is a prelude to Monument Valley and the Four Corners Area, where space is open and endless, and where ...

  • Hovenweep National Monument

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    Bluff, UT

    Hovenweep is a Ute Indian word meaning “deserted valley,” which was applied to the area by the famous pioneer photographer William H. Jackson in 1874. This tour takes you from the visitor center ...
    •  31 miles
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    Hovenweep is a Ute Indian word meaning “deserted valley,” which was applied to the area by the famous pioneer photographer ...

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