DARK VALLEY TRAIL
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Angel Point Trail
Bull Creek Pass
Burro Wash East
Burro Wash Trail
Cottonwood Wash Trail
Dark Valley Trail
Five Mile Wash
Fremont River Trail
Great Western Trail
Little Wild Horse Trail
Lower Bowns / Oak Creek Trail
Moonscapes and Goblins
North Caineville Mesa
Planets to the Past
Pleasant Creek Trail
Robber’s Roost Trail
Sam’s Mesa Trail
Sheets Gultch Trail
South Caineville Mesa
Swing Arm City
Thousand Views Trail
Velvet Ridge / Hell’s Hole
The staging area for this trail is at the Ranger station between Bicknell and Loa, or you can stage at the Great Western Trail.
ATV/Jeep/4WD and pick up. Be aware that there are different types of vehicles that do this trail often.
This trail length can very depending of what you decide to do. Recommended loop is 20 miles long.
MODERATE – The Dark Valley Shelf trail are difficult and ATV/OHV ONLY! There are no width restrictions anywhere on the trail.
This trail can have pot holes and trees that have blown over across the path. Most of the the time the trail is good and clear.
TRAIL COORDINATES / POINTS OF INTEREST
|USFS Aquarius Ranger Station||N 38d11’43” W 111d34’34”||38.195278||-111.576111|
|Dark Valley Staging Area||N 38d10’20” W 111d34’59”||38.172222||-111.583056|
|Dark Valley Shelf Trail||N 38d06’14” W 111d36’00”||38.103889||-111.6|
|Blue Lake||N 38d04’57’ W 111d34’15”||38.0825||-111.570833|
|Purple Lake||N 38d04’23” W 111d34’22”||38.073056||-111.572778|
|Boulder Top Trail||N 38d02’55” W 111d34’22”||38.048611||-111.572778|
|Boulder Creek Trail||N 38d02’45” W 111d34’40”||38.045833||-111.577778|
This trail has been designed for ATV, Jeep, 4WD or truck.
The weather varies greatly and will affect the road conditions greatly. Be sure to check the Visitors Center before starting out on your tour.
It would be beneficial to you if you take something up that could help you clear away brush and trees that have fallen on the trail.
There is some private property located on this trail and so it is important to respect the people who own it by staying away. In case of emergency contact the ranger station.
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