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Scenic road that follows the Colorado River. Saw petroglyphs and the Jug Handle Arch. We didn't follow it to the end, but jumped off onto Long Canyon Road through Pucker Pass. Beautiful, rough, and a little scary. Potash Road would've been much easier!
Often overlooked in favor of Route 128 toward Castle Valley, check out the short, scenic drive to the Potash mining area. If you have a (4-wheel drive) vehicle capable of traversing rougher road, you can go past the paved road, past the mining facility. If...More
We got a tip that if we drove up Potash road that we might see some amazing ancient petroglyphs. Only 4 miles up that gorgeous drive, we spotted them right along side the road across from a turnout.
We were so thrilled to spot some...More
We found lots of adventure down Potash Road. The first part of the road has some very popular climbing spots in Moab. If you want to stop and watch there are lots of pull offs and the speed limit is slowed through the area because...More
I've been to Moab twice before and somehow missed this stretch of road along the Colorado River. The rock faces are staggering, Anywhere else in the country this would be a National Park. Here it is just one more fantastic sight,
We were on the somewhat improved Shafer Trail in late April 2018. It was dry and smooth. I guess most of the scary tales were written before the modest improvements. The upper trail along the cliff face and switchback is wide enough to be favorably...More
Might be a little dicey in a few places on some of the rock steps, but if you get out and plan your route in person up close you can probably find a route. These places are probably only around 20-30 feet long. I've got an... More
Might be a little dicey in a few places on some of the rock steps, but if you get out and plan your route in person up close you can probably find a route. These places are probably only around 20-30 feet long. I've got an older stock 4x Tahoe I can't remember anyplace where I really needed 4x4. The bottom end starts off Potash Road which runs up in to Moab. The top end just inside the entrance n to Canyonlands National Park.