Cameo Cliffs to Wilson Arch

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Location Moab, UT
Rating Moderate,
Length 18.4mi
Time 5hrs

Vehicle Types

Overview

Great cross-country trail inside “Hook & Ladder” OHV Area.

Trail is part of the beautiful and fun Cameo Cliffs OHV Area (a.k.a. Hook & Ladder Area). Much of northern half of route follows along cliff edges and ends at a dramatic overlook of Wilson Arch. A very popular ATV area, but most of the routes are wide enough for UTVs and Jeeps. This trail is now part of the Moab Easter Jeep Safari. Overlook at Wpt. 06 has picnic table and is great spot for lunch.

Rating

Moderate
Trail Ratings Defined

A mix of easy and moderate terrain. About a quarter mile before Waypoint 06 there is a steep downhill ledge that is borderline difficult, but an experienced driver can get a stock, high-clearance, 4x4 SUV down and up this spot. If you don’t want to try it, you’re close enough to walk. The view at the end is worth the effort. Trails are marked with numbered brown posts. Slickrock is marked with painted white dashes and red-tipped rebar.

Stats

Length

18.4mi

Time

5hrs

High Point

6,733ft

Best Time To Go

April-November

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Trail Updates

5/15/2019
Submitted by Pete’nSue
Just WOW! Right on!

11/24/2018
Submitted by Sara Stallings
The trail was amazing and accurately rated. Unfortunately, the gate at mile 8.6 (after Indian Bathtub) was blocked, forcing us right following the pipeline instead of left towards Wilson arch. We also tried taking another route around, and only found more closed gates. We ended up having to meander our way through La Sal to get back on the highway. Bummed we couldn’t get to the arch!

5/28/2018
Submitted by James Bulkeley
Mile 8.2 Indian Bath Tub. The ‘Tub’ has been classified as an Archaeological Site. There is now a rigid, fixed barrier from the ground to the lip allowing for a look inside. Lots of historical signatures.

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