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We did it with a Jeep Wrangler in January 13. There was a heavy snowfall on 12.31. So some parts of the trail were icy and snow. We did it clockwise from potash road to the end. The shafter canyon road were closed due to...More
If you don't have or want to use your own 4WD vehicle, take advantage of one of the tour companies in Moab and let them do the driving for you. A spectacular place with unique a different view of Canyonlands National Park than from up...More
This is such a great trip, if one is properly prepared and have off road experience. We made the 100+ mile jaunt over two days, but three would have been easier. We had 5 motorcycles- 4 enduro and one dirt bike. Also, my Toyota Tundra...More
The White Rim Trail, aka White Rim Road, is a 100-mile-long, unpaved four-wheel-drive dirt road that traverses the top of the White Rim Sandstone formation below the Island in the Sky mesa of Canyonlands National Park near Moab, Utah. The road was constructed in the...More
We drove in from Potash and stayed at Gooseberry the first night, Candlestick the second night but had to turn around at a Potatoe Basin due to the road being washed out.
It was fantastic and for our first time we learned a ton and...More
We loved this 4wd trail as far as we got. Only made it to Hogback because we didn't start early enough and we should planned to spend at least one night. But we totally enjoyed what we did get to drive and will plan to...More
Hi, I don't know if this is trip is on your radar but I'll share a few thoughts. If you have a few hours, I'd go down Shafer Trail and turn out on Potash Road or go as far as Musselman Arch and then turn around and exit out... More
Hi, I don't know if this is trip is on your radar but I'll share a few thoughts. If you have a few hours, I'd go down Shafer Trail and turn out on Potash Road or go as far as Musselman Arch and then turn around and exit out Potash Road or go back up Shafer.
If you have a whole day, I think the most scenic part of the trip is from Shafer Trail to just short of the White Crack Campground. There are several majestic views. If I weren't camping I'd probably go that far and then turn around but you're looking at 10+ hours. You get all the highlights but miss the two most dangerous hills.
You could drive it all in one day but that would be so long that it would be pretty exhausting. I wouldn't recommend doing it in one day.