Moab 4x4 Trails

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Please note this page is still in progress as new trails are run and added. So check back for updated trails.

Below you'll find a list of trails that have been run by Power Wagons. Each trail gives a description of what to expect, trail length, typical time to completion (expect much longer times for large groups) and our Power Wagon Rating.

Most of the trails can be done in a stock Power Wagon. Some trails have strict requirements, and they are noted for each trail.

As always, the truck is only as good as the driver and the line they choose. Damage is possible on ANY trail.

  • Hidden Canyon

    Rating: Easy
    Length: 6.1 miles
    Time: 2 hours

    This is a fun trail with lots to see. When combined with Tusher Tunnel it offers a fun day for the whole family. Spectacular overlooks, incredible scenery, and a pleasant trail to enjoy.    

  • Dome Plateau

    Rating: Moderate
    Length: 30.7 miles
    Time: 6 hours

    This trail has plenty of attractions, from dramatic arches, to overlooks, the cathedral-sized wind caves, and an old mining camp with cabins. There are a few steep, ledgy spots, but much of the trail is smooth sand or dirt roads. …

  • Tower Arch

    Rating: Moderate
    Length: 14.6 miles
    Time: 3 hours

    Start the day off traveling a fun 4×4 trail, taking in the sites just outside Arches National Park. You’ll traverse a few ledges, many sandy areas, and enjoy some unique geological features. You’ll also have the option to park and …

  • Gold Bar RIm

    Rating: Difficult
    Length: 4.6 miles
    Time: 5 hours

    Only modified rigs are allowed on this run. Minimum requirements are 35 inch tires, sliders, and diff protection required. Optional trans/oil skid protection is HIGHLY recommended. This is why we have you sign a disclaimer. Well, one of the main …

  • Hell’s Revenge

    Rating: Difficult
    Length: 7.8 miles
    Time: 6 hours

    Arguably the most popular trail in Moab, Hell’s Revenge has a little bit of something for everyone. The trail itself is relatively easy (longer wheelbase makes some obstacles that’ll flip a Jeep a cake walk), but the obstacles are what …

  • Top of the World

    Rating: Moderate
    Length: 19.2 miles
    Time: 6 hours

    This trail lives up to its name. Top of the World ends at the top of the world. On a clear day you can see for miles, and it doesn’t hurt that the shelf and angles make for one of …

  • Moab Rim

    Rating: Difficult
    Length: 7.8 miles
    Time: 7 hours

    This trail comes with a disclaimer. If you suffer from vertigo or have a fear of heights do not attempt this trail. The start of this trail can be a bit terrifying as you climb nearly a mile up slickrock, …

  • Sevenmile Rim

    Rating: Difficult
    Length: 13 miles
    Time: 7 hours

    Another of Moab’s popular routes, this trail takes you for a scenic drive along a high rim, giving you fantastic views into Arches, Castle Valley, the La Sals, and Moab. But it doesn’t stop there! Take a slight detour and …

  • Poison Spider

    Rating: Difficult
    Length: 10 miles with loop
    Time: 6 hours

    Poison Spider is a popular “hardcore” trail. We say “hardcore” because that’s what it is for Jeeps and UTVs. In a Power Wagon, we’d rate it differently. Fun comes to mind… Poison Spider leads to the Golden Spike as part …

  • Fins ‘n Things

    Rating: Moderate
    Length: 9 miles
    Time: 4 hours

    Located inside the Sand Flats Recreation area, Fins ‘n Thing is a great roller coaster ride on slick rock fins, offering spectacular views of the La Sal Mountains and the surrounding landscape of Moab. Fins is a shorter run, comprised …