Abajo Peak Trail

Total Miles
12.6

Elevation

3,451.32 ft

Duration

1.75 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Welcome to the Abajo Peak Off-Road Trail! Nestled within the breathtaking wilderness of Monticello Utah, this mountain dirt off-road trail offers a delightful adventure for beginners and seasoned explorers alike. The trail is renowned for its accessibility, making it an excellent choice for those looking to embark on an off-road journey without the challenges of extreme terrains.As you set foot on Abajo Peak trail, you'll be greeted by a meandering gravel road that weaves through lush forests and scenic vistas. The trail ensures a comfortable ride, ideal for families, casual riders, or those seeking a relaxing escape in nature. However, don't let the term "easy" mislead you, as the route can still pose some exciting moments.At certain points along the trail, the path narrows, adding a touch of thrill and adventure. Be prepared to navigate through these narrower segments, enhancing the sense of immersion and connection with nature. The trail is well-maintained, but occasional loose rocks might require some cautious driving to maintain a smooth journey. For off-road enthusiasts seeking a balance between excitement and ease, Abajo Peak trail promises an unforgettable escapade. Whether you're a novice or an experienced adventurer, Abajo Peak trail's beauty and moderate challenges will surely leave you with lasting memories of a remarkable off-road experience amidst nature's finest offerings.

Difficulty

Not a particularly difficult trail, there are a few narrow sections so watch the corners for opposing traffic. There is quite a bit of elevation gain so be prepared for a pretty consistent up hill travel.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

Brayan Almeida Vega
Feb 12, 2024
2020 Jeep Wrangler
Obstructed
Deep Snow

Access Description

Simply follow the road that leads past Lloyd Lake, this will eventually lead into a dirt road just follow it all the way to the top.

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