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Lockhart Basin

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Location Moab, UT
Rating Difficult,
Length 37.5mi
Time 6hrs

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You must start early to complete this remote trip in one day.

Trail meanders below the scenic western rim of Canyon Rims Recreation Area and is bordered on the west by Canyonlands National Park. Starkly beautiful, rugged and very remote. Don’t go alone. Get an early start from Moab if you expect to return the same day. A fun weekend trip if you add Lockhart Canyon, Trail #60. Hamburger Rock Campground has selfpay fee station. Take lots of water and extra gas. Fun trail for ATVs and UTVs the first 8.2 miles. After that, for the next 1.3 miles, you would be riding illegally in Canyonlands National Park.


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The first 2 miles is the toughest part. After that, it’s mostly moderate with intermittent mildly difficult spots. Heavy rains can make it worse. After Waypoint 04, it’s easier. Aggressive, stock, high-clearance 4x4 SUVs can do it with experienced driver.






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435-259-2100, 435-259-4711BLM Moab Field Office, 82 E. Dogwood, Needles Visitor Center

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Submitted by Michael
Just completed the trail from the Canyonlands side into Moab. It had snowed the night before but is almost all melted now. Road/trail conditions are good. The side closest to Moab was a bit technical and a lot of fun. The rest of the trail offers some great views. We did this trail because Elephant Hill was closed due to snow.


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