Now, if you're a regular Moab Mobber, you've probably already developed your own opinions of which trails are your favorite, but here's a bit of feedback from our crew for the new-goers.
FIN'S N' Thing's, Hells revenge, porcupine rim
If it's your first time in Moab, or first time rock-crawling for that matter, we definitely recommend taking advantage of these 3 trails. The majority of the tough obstacles can be bypassed, and are easy enough for any first-timer. In fact, most of the Moab tours go straight to Hells Revenge, despite the intimidating name.
Fin's N' Thing's This trail has recently been changed to a one-way trail, meaning it's a safer option for learning. Since you don't have to worry about oncoming traffic, you can focus on picking your lines and enjoying the scenery. It's a quick trail, and you can exit back to Sand Flats Road whenever you feel you've had enough. There are a few obstacles that can test your skills, if you're feeling confident with your machine, but everything has a quick and easy bypass if you're not up for the challenges yet.
Hells Revenge If you go crawling in Moab, Hells Revenge is a must-do. This is probably one of the most popular trails in Moab, and is easy enough for nearly any machine. The narrow entry point along with steep inclines and declines will give you an adrenaline rush, but will also build the confidence that your machine can handle the challenge. Hells Revenge is pretty easy to navigate, since the trails are well-marked, and have the black tire-marks from decades of jeeps and side x sides navigating the land. If you want to test your skills, there are plenty of nail-biting obstacles, such as Hells Gate, The Escalator, Tip-over challenge, and the infamous "Hot Tub". We recommend packing a lunch, and heading to the Colorado River overlook, then heading back to the second half of the trail.
Porcupine Rim Porcupine Rim is in the same area as Hell's and Fin's (Sand Flats Recreation Area), so if you're up for it, we recommend hitting this trail on the same day as those two, to avoid paying another entrance fee. Porcupine rim gives a different perspective of Moab, although your only a couple miles from the rock-crawling. This trail takes you up to, well... Porcupine Rim, which hosts an overlook from a massive cliff. This is more of a rocky, mountain trail, and there aren't many bypass's. We definitely recommend doing this trail with a few friends so you have and extra hands stacking some rocks, if needed.
Kane Creek If you catch this trail in the early spring, you're bound to get a little wet. Once you enter the trail from Kane Creek Road, you will travel through some rocky and uneven terrain before dropping into the river bed. From there, you will take a sandy trail back-and-forth through several crossings of the Kane Creek. This trail is perfect for a hot day, since you'll more-than-likely splash your way through just about every crossing you see. A couple miles down the canyon, you will arrive at a massive rock wall/overhang. Most people stop here to eat lunch, then head back down the trail they arrived on. If you're up for the adventure and think you can handle the challenge, you can continue on the trial, up the massive cliff-hanging rock climb. Eventually you will end up about 8 miles south of Moab by area BFE.
SOME OF OUR FAVORITE TRAILS
Hells Revenge Behind The Rocks Moab Rim Steel Bender Gold Bar Rim Poison Spider Metal Masher Gemeni Bridges Cliffhanger (not for the faint of heart)
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