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Hey Joe Canyon

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Location Moab, UT
Rating Difficult,
Length 8.6mi
Time 2hrs

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Overview

Narrow trail along river’s edge ends at equipment-strewn mine site.

The attraction here is a collection of old mining artifacts scattered around the Hey Joe Mine site. The river scenery is great, too, but you may be too busy fighting the elements to notice. A great trail for ATVs and UTVs. Shaded dry camping at the bottom.

Rating

Difficult
Trail Ratings Defined

In several places, this trail is literally falling into the Green River, while aggressive, scratchy tamarisk threatens to choke off access completely. Washes have gotten deeper and rocks continue to fall across the trail. Fortunately, locals work hard to make repairs and burn back the tamarisk. At this writing, the route is still part of the Easter Jeep Safari. We took our RZR on this trail rather than risk scratching our newer Rubicons.

Stats

Length

8.6mi

Time

2hrs

High Point

4,108ft

Best Time To Go

March-November

Hot and buggy during the summer.

Current Conditions

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Elvis says

Priscilla and I rode this trail three years ago and have dreamed of running it again ever since...We will finally be returning in the beginning of this August, This time with *FunTreks* map book and chip installed in our Garmin Zumo XT...This is one of the most glandulous Trails there are, and the river is unbelievably wide and swift...Phenomenal...
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