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49
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1 - 145 mi
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35
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10
Off-Highway Drives
13
Other activities
Hanksville has 49 trails in the vicinity, including 35 hiking trails, 10 for off-highway drives and 13 for other activities. These trails range from 1.6 to 145 miles in length. The longest trail in Hanksville is Horseshoe Canyon to Hite Drive a well-known trail measuring 145 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Little Wild Horse Canyon Trail, Land of Standing Rocks and Swett Canyon. Trails.com member Breck T. recently completed Goblin Valley.
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De?nitely one of the premier day hikes (closed to camping) in Canyonlands National Park, ...
Utah’s first national monument, Natural Bridges became a protected area in 1908 in order ...
This tour crosses one of Utah’s, and probably the nation’s, most isolated, undeveloped ...
This dry, desert canyon hike follows the bottoms of two narrow slot canyons as they cut ...
North Point is the name given to a long, slender promontory of land that juts out in a ...
What shall we name those four unnamed formations standing erect above this end of The ...
Designated by the BLM as Bull Creek Pass National Back Country Byway, this route lets ...
A short, steep hike down to the Colorado River. The Spanish Bottom Trail drops steeply ...
Perhaps the most spectacular hike in the Doll House area of the Maze. This is the longest ...
A rare loop trail that’s the longest day hike in the Maze. This trail is not only a rare ...
A short but steep drop into the Maze, often the ?rst leg of longer day hikes or backpacking ...
A delightful short day hike, especially if you’re staying at Golden Stairs Camp. If you’re ...
A nice day hike and a good choice for people who want to hike in the Maze District but ...
A tough route into the Maze for hikers without four-wheel-drive vehicles. For hikers who ...
The San Rafael Swell, an eroded blister in the Earth’s crust 80 miles long and 30 miles ...
Two peaks form the southeastern terminus of the Henry Mountains, Mount Holmes and Mount ...
Hiking in the Dirty Devil River corridor gets a lot easier when the water level is low. ...
Perhaps the most popular canyon in the Grand Gulch area due to its ease of access, Kane ...
Spanning a period from 2500 to 700 years ago, an ancient group of people known now as ...
Wandering through Goblin Valley is like wandering through a colorful moonscape of natural ...
Although a dull name like Muddy Creek may not stir the imagination, this hike is an epic ...
The Bicentennial Highway Classic is a 106.3-mile out-and-back ride over long false flats ...
There are many trails in the Robbers Roost area, but most of them peter out before long. ...
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