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Long road to get to Devils Garden.

Is graded and not rutted. Even low profile cars can make this road. Has several hiking trail start... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Char C
Las Vegas NV, United States
Long drive - cool site

We drove out to Hole in the Rock in a razor. We saw other vehicles, mostly trucks making the same... read more

Reviewed April 5, 2018
Jill C
Bountiful, Utah
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Is graded and not rutted. Even low profile cars can make this road. Has several hiking trail start points on it too.

Thank Char C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This road was long and bumpy. We did enjoy the scenery but if you plan to go here, be prepared. Limited restroom access, long bumpy ride, plan to drive slow. We saw one car that rolled because they were driving too fast for conditions. Also,...More

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Reviewed June 12, 2018 via mobile

You can drive this road with a standard car, but I would recommend a SUV with higher clearance. The street is rough and sand. The turn offs to the sightseeing. Ignite be working just with a SUV

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Reviewed May 31, 2018 via mobile

Inspiring story, however the 60mi (one way) trip is a killer, the round trip takes +6hrs, road conditions poor and lots of dust, information on Route is poor.

Thank Ben Z
Reviewed May 31, 2018

The ride took us around 6 hours in our Wrangler jeep. We aired our tires down to 15 and we had a fairly smooth ride. Others in our group complained of the wash board ride- but they didn't air down enough. The road is long,...More

Thank seaandland
Reviewed May 27, 2018 via mobile

Hole in the Rock road is a long, rough, dirt road through remote wilderness. Can you drive a passenger car down it? Yup, we passed numerous passenger cars. Should you? Judging by the overturned car in the ditch EMS was pulling out on our way...More

Thank johno_slc
Reviewed May 25, 2018

Hole is the rock (dry) is ok for every type of vehicle and is the access point to some of the best hikes in Escalante (devils garden, peak a boo, spooky, dry fork, zebra, dancing rock and hole in the rock etc). The road is...More

1  Thank papasn0w
Reviewed May 3, 2018

Sooooo, the road is in real need of some work.The wash board was harsh! That said, we did drive down 1 day to Peekaboo/Spooky Slot canyons, and it was worth it but we had trouble getting ourselves to do it again to go on more...More

2  Thank hwieler
Reviewed April 5, 2018

We drove out to Hole in the Rock in a razor. We saw other vehicles, mostly trucks making the same trek, but wouldn't recommend driving it unless you had a vehicle with high clearance. The road is extremely rough in spots. We had a beautiful...More

Thank Jill C
Reviewed March 29, 2018

We were driving a chevy malibu car - great gas mileage for a road trip but this washboard road was hard on the car. Can't have it both ways! It had rained just prior to our visit. We heard that the road is graded but...More

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Kathleen P
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Response from Utah801ski | Reviewed this property |
We were there the third week of May and it snowed the first day at higher elevation and then 70s within a few days. youth never know what you'll get and 'too hot' is kind of subjective but likely not over 90 unless... More