We have not done this Jeep trail for years! Remembery says it has great scenery, but is bumpy as all get-out.
This is an extremely long trail (37 miles plus to and from) and a fantastic way to really see the area just east of Canyonlands National Park. It is very desolate and chances are good that you will not see anyone else on this trail while you are on it. It is not a good idea to travel on this trail alone. Plan on 10-11 hours round trip from Moab.
This is a GREAT 4-wheeling trail with several named obstacles and many extra credit play areas. Lots of fun and quite popular.
Lathrop Canyon is a 4 mile in-and-out trail from the White Rim Road to the shore of the Colorado River. Great chance to understand the formation of the White Rim.
This is a fun trail through whitish, lumpy rock - hence the name. Lots of enjoyable obstacles.
Long Canyon is a nice easy drive for most high clearance vehicles that offers great views of Long Canyon and the La Sal Mountains. This trail makes a good loop when combined with the Potash Road/Shafer Trail, and also works well as a shortcut back to Moab after visiting Dead Horse State Park or the Island in the Sky district of Canyonlands National Park.
A loop trail through the La Sal Mountains going over both La Sal and Geyser Passes. This is a great trail to get away from the Moab heat for a day. Start in the desert and climb up into dense forests. Visit lakes and enjoy closeup views of several peaks.
This is a weak 3.0 trail starting on US 191 then climbing northeasterly over a ridge and dropping into Salt Valley. You will visit an old mine, Klondike Bluffs and Tower Arch. Also some minor rock crawling. Return to Moab via Arches National Park.
We have not done this trail, and have friends that advise us not to do it. They say it has been torn up and is both unpleasant and dangerous.
This premier slickrock trail lies northeast of Moab between Sand Flats Road and the river. The trail is clearly visible on the sandy parts of the route, but there are long stretches of slickrock where the 4WD trail has been marked (a yellow paint design that resembles a flame).