Jumpup Point

If you have time for the long drive, the view is worth it.

Total Miles


2101.18 ft


5 Hours

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Trail Overview

Jumpup point is very remote, and it will take you awhile to get there. Be sure to bring water and some friends. You don't want to do this one alone. Once you're there, you'll be in some nice desert terrain with juniper, sagebrush and pinyon pine. A two-mile hike will take you to some really interesting pictographs in Snake Canyon Gulch. A great trail for ATVs and UTVs.


Moderate. Most of the trail is easy and smooth enough to move along at a good pace. It gets a bit rockier with steep sections along F.S. 201.


Jumpup Cabin was built in the early 1900s and once served as a ranger station. Cattle ranchers also use it for temporary shelter. At the time of our visit the cabin was in the process of being restored. Please leave the cabin as you find it.

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Access Description

Head south on Highway 67 from Jacob Lake about 0.3 miles and turn right on F.S. 461. Continue west about 8 miles to F.S. 22 (paved for short distance). Turn left and go south about 2 more miles to F.S. 423 on right.