Big Dip Road-BLM1078

Total Miles


1,511.34 ft


1 Hours

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Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Big Dip Road-BLM1078 is a 4.8-mile straight-through single-track trail rated 4 of 10. Big Dip Road runs through Tombstone Canyon with Black Rock and Low Mountains to the west and Wolf Hole Mountain to the east. The trail follows along the banks of Big Dip Creek with several crossing points. The southern end of Big Dip Road intersects with Black Rock Road-BLM1004. The north end of Big Dip Road intersects with Black Rock Gulch-BLM1009. This trail is used as a more scenic connector trail between the two intersecting trails. There is a little used ATV/UTV trail that connects Black Rock Gulch and the midpoint of Big Dip Road. This trail is tight and should be limited to 50" or less. There is no water, gas, food, lodging, Wi-Fi, or cell service. Visitors should be advised that towing charges in the event of vehicles becoming stuck or damaged are in the region of $1000 or more.


Trail consisting of loose rock, dirt, and sand with some slickrock surfaces. Some erosion; washes, gulches, and rock steps no higher than 18". Tall tires (33" plus) and limited slip are a plus. 4WD is required. Enhanced suspension travel and good ground clearance are helpful. Good driving skills are a plus.

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