Coyote Canyon Rock Crawling Area

Description:

The Coyote Canyon motorized route is an extreme trail specifically designated for rock crawler-type vehicles only. The route is one-way up a small canyon and down another, and although it is only 0.65 miles long can easily take all day to navigate as refrigerator-sized boulders must be traversed. Only HEAVILY modified vehicles can make it through. This route provides rock crawler enthusiasts an opportunity to challenge both their rigs and skills in a unique setting. The Coyote Canyon Rock Crawler Route is a limited use area. Users are required to obtain a free permit from the Moab BLM prior to their trip. There is a daily use limit in place so please check out our website and the availablity calendar at: http://www.blm.gov/ut/st/en/fo/moab/recreation/motorized_routes/coyote_canyon.html

Directions:

Coyote Canyon is located approximately 13 miles south of Moab off of the Black Ridge Road, which is 0.2 miles south of mile marker 113 on the east side of Highway 191. The trailer parking area is located right at the Highway 191/Black Ridge Road junction. Access to Coyote Canyon is 1.5 miles from the parking area on the Black Ridge Road.

Phone:

(435)259-2100

Email:

utmbmail@blm.gov

Address:

Moab Field Office Moab, UT

Activities:

Off Highway Vehicle

Organization:

BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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