Drive 8 miles along Green River then a half mile up Hey Joe Canyon to an old mine.
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).
Gold Bar Rim is a difficult Jeep trail at the north end of the "Trifecta".
Golden Spike 4.5 is a difficult Jeep trail connecting Poison Spider 3.5 and Gold Bar Rim 4.5.
This is a beautiful, fun and scenic Jeep trail southwest of Moab. Flat Iron Mesa is bounded by Kane Springs canyon on the north, Hatch Wash Canyon on the west, West Coyote Canyon on the south, and Hwy 191 on the east.
View Gemini Bridges from below, see the huge Bull Canyon pour-off and also explore more of scenic Bull Canyon, including an old mine.
This is not much of a Jeeping trip, but it is a great day of fantastic scenery and interesting history. Lots of miles but only 6-7 hours, even if you take time to explore.
This trail has a bit of everything - several arches, two overlooks, a cave in a spring and optional challenges.
The Dry Mesa Jeep trail takes one to a corner of the Moab landscape one seldom sees - one used only by Jeeps and not by ATVs or buggies because of the Park access.
This is what wheeling in Moab is all about. You can do this Jeep trail in a stock vehicle as long as you have decent approach angles in the front and back and good tires. You spend all day in sand or going up and down fins -- smooth, steep and long expanses of slickrock (sandstone).