Flint Trail

Enjoy steep descents, narrow switchbacks and high ridges on this scenic ride.

Total Miles


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4 Hours
Technical Rating
4 / 10
Best Time
Spring - Fall

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Trail Overview
Flint Trail
The Flint Trail takes drivers down a steep descent of tight, narrow switchbacks to a narrow shelf road. Take the road along the high ridge and enjoy the scenic views. You'll have the option to circle back in Highway 95 via Trails 74 or 75, or turn around the way you came. Plan ahead by bringing gas, since you will be far from a station, and read up on Maze area regulations.
In 1973, a small camping trailer served as the Hans Flat Ranger Station. The present-day station was established in 1988. Rangers live here year around in nearby living quarters. Rangers are very knowledgeable and helpful. Road conditions are posted inside. The station is open every day of the year except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.
Getting There
From Moab, take 191 north to I-70. Head west to Exit 149, then south on Hwy. 24 about 24.5 miles to wide dirt road on left. Reset odometer. Head southeast following signs to Hans Flat Ranger Station. Bear right at information kiosk at 24.5 miles, stay left at Ekker Ranch turnoff at 31.7 and right at 34.2. Ranger station is on right at 45.7 miles.
Contact for Current Conditions
BLM Moab Field Office
82 Dogwood Ave, Moab, UT 84532
(435) 259-2100