Moab Utah Hiking Trails
Hiking Trails and Guides to Moab >>>>>>
The Moab area is a hiker’s paradise. Sweeping views, high canyon walls, Native American ruins, ancient petroglyphs and sandstone arches are some of the things you can expect to see on your hike. Here are a few suggestions before you arrive. If a word is linked in blue it denotes further info is available.
1. Plan to bring plenty of water.
2. Buy a guidebook or stop by the visitor center in town and get some suggestions.
3. Let someone know where you are going and when you expect to be back.
4. Bring a camera, fresh batteries, plenty of film or a large media card for digital.
5. Wear sunscreen, not the wimpy stuff. Plan on SPF 15 to 60.
6. If you have a GPS bring it. If not bring a map or a copy of your guidebook.
7. Stay on the trail! Do not destroy fragile cryptobiotic crust. Enjoy nature responsibly.
8. Bring the proper gear and equipment like a GPS or Hydration Pack.
7. Watch out for Poison Ivy in NB Canyon and Hunters Canyon.
|Trail Data||Highest Elevation||Elevation Gain||Length (One Way)|
|Amphitheater Loop||4,240||250||3.0 Miles (Loop)|
|Corona Arch||4,400||440||1.5 Miles|
|Fisher Towers||5,300||670||2.2 Miles|
|Negro Bill Canyon||4,300||330||2.0 Miles|
|Moab Rim||4,900||940||3.0 Miles|
|Hidden Valley||5,270||680||2.0 Miles|
|Hunters Canyon||4,320||240||2.0 Miles|
|Portal Overlook||4,940||980||2.0 Miles|
Negro Bill Canyon Trail Guide >>
Great spring, summer and fall trail with a year round stream and the sixth largest natural arch in the country. Excellent, top rated trail.
Amphitheatre Loop Trail >>
Lots of weird and interesting rock formations plus an amazing view of the Colorado river plateau. Very near to Hittle Bottom campground.
Corona Arch Trail>>
The arch is amazing to see along with nearby bowtie arch.
Fisher Towers Trail >>
Eroded stone towers have created fantastic shapes and an eerie atmosphere. Desert tower hiking at it’s best.
Moab Rim Trail >>
Great views of the Moab Valley.
Hidden Valley Trail >>
Good views of the Moab valley and Behind the Rocks. Gets afternoon shade so it may be a good option on a hot day.
Hunter’s Canyon >>
A very different and lovely trail to hike in Moab. Stream runs through it in spring and early summer and has large cottonwood trees in the canyon.
Portal Overlook >>
Amazing views of the Moab Valley and La Sal Mountains.