An incredible adventure along cliff edges of countless massive canyons in the shadow of towering buttes and unique rock formations. We prefer to take 2 days to complete this trip. Day-use permit required if driven in one day. Available online 24 hours in advance or first come, first served at visitor center. Limit of 50 vehicles per day. Additional permit required to camp overnight. Read page 14 for booking tips. Carry lots of water. No gas or services. A very popular bike route. On the trail, no fires or pets (even if left in vehicle). No ATVs, UTVs, or OHVs (licensed or not). Licensed motorbikes are allowed. Park entry fee required.
Hot in summer
Submitted by Debbie
It is correct that you should do the trail in 2 days if possible in the fall or spring. A one-day trip should begin as early as possible.
A stock Jeep is fine, but a stock 4 x4 suv needs high clearance.
Between waypoints 5 and 6- there are shelf roads with no room to pass. There are also Lots of blind curves. Great road!
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