Corn Creek-Stump Springs

Total Miles
15.1

Elevation

2,660.98 ft

Duration

1 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Corn Creek-Stump Springs road winds its way through the enchanting landscape of Dixie National Forest. This road provides breathtaking vistas of both the lush forest and captivating rock cliffs. It's a popular area for hunters, so you may encounter them frequently during your journey. While there are a few camping spots available, it's important to note that they tend to fill up quickly, especially on weekends. Along the route, you'll also encounter two small shallow water crossings, which can run dry during the summer months. This route is generally considered easy, and suitable for a standard 4WD vehicle to navigate. However, it's important to know certain segments may have washouts and ruts, but they remain manageable for most 4WD vehicles.

Difficulty

This is a dirt/rocky road, typically unmaintained after rain or snow. You may encounter shallow water crossings and obstacles under 12 inches on the trail, including small ledges. The roads are typically one to two vehicles wide.

Technical Rating

2

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Access Description

From Bryce Canyon City, head north on UT-63 N toward N 100 E/E Rodeo Road. At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto UT-12. Turn left onto FR 144 Corn Creek-Stump Springs.

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