Crystal Geyser

This small section of the Jeep Safari spans many different levels of terrain and rewards you with a rare, cold-water geyser.

Total Miles


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5 Hours
Technical Rating
3 / 10
Best Time
Spring - Fall

As we continue to improve our trail coverage, we'd love to hear what you think and which areas to add next.

Trail Overview
Crystal Geyser
Crystal Geyser starts out with five miles of challenging, cratered terrain. Once you reach Salt Wash Road, you'll follow an easy, winding trail around a small powerline and eventually reach a county-maintained road that leads to the geyser. The staging area is a central point to head out and back on each half of this trail.
Crystal Geyser is a rare coldwater, carbon-dioxide-driven geyser. It is not geothermal. It can erupt to 40 meters high or more, but when we were there, it was spurting just a few feet. We're told it goes for periods of time with no activity at all. Hopefully, you'll be luckier on your visit.
Getting There
From I-70, exit 175, head south on Ruby Ranch Road 4.2 miles and turn left following power lines (Exception: Trailered vehicles should continue straight on Ruby Ranch Road to staging area). Go another 3.8 miles and turn right on Tenmile Point Road after a big curve. Trail starts on right in another 3.1 miles. You can also drive west on Blue Hills Road directly from Hwy. 191. It’s 13.4 miles to Tenmile Point Rd. on left.
Contact for Current Conditions
BLM Moab Field Office
82 E. Dogwood Ave, Moab, UT 84532