Rim Rocker

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Location Grand Junction, CO
Rating Easy,
Length 34mi
Time 4 to 5hrs

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This is the more scenic middle portion of the popular 160-mile-long trail.

This route is the middle portion of the popular 160-mile-long Rim Rocker Trail. This section has beautiful views of the Uncompahgre Plateau to the east, red rock canyons to the west, and Utah’s La Sal Mountains also to the west. Most people take two days to drive the entire trail, starting in Montrose, Colorado and ending in Moab, Utah. Detailed information about the entire route can be found at www.rimrockertrail.org. Naturita has a hotel, gas station and restaurants.


Trail Ratings Defined

Easy. Mostly graded dirt with occasional rougher unmaintained sections. One water crossing can be too deep to cross during high-flow periods, like in the spring and after heavy rainstorms. Trail ends with a steep descent down a rocky hill to Highway 141. Trail can be impassable when wet. Stock vehicles with high clearance, four-wheel drive and low-range gearing can do it.





4 to 5hrs

High Point

5,944 ft.

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