Devil's Racetrack

Total Miles
33.9

Elevation

2,188.95 ft

Duration

3 Hours

Technical Rating

6

Moderate

Best Time

Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Devil's Racetrack is a classic ride in the heart of the San Rafael Swell. The ride has great views throughout, with lots of variety. Connect Devil's Racetrack with Coal Wash and Eva Conover trails to make a great loop. You could also make a loop with the Fix It Pass trail. This area has recently been made a wilderness area. The existing routes are still allowed, but one step off the road is now considered wilderness. Please be careful to keep this in mind as you enjoy this beautiful area. Please respect the area, stay on the designated roads and have a great time. You can access the area by taking exit 131 on I-70 about 30 minutes outside Green River, Utah. You will then take the easy dirt road that stays close to the freeway for about a mile before using the 4x4 underpass that will take you to the Head of Sinbad area. Once on the opposite side of the freeway take the main road and stay to the right at the main intersection after about one half mile.

Photos of Devil's Racetrack

Devil's Racetrack
Devil's Racetrack
Devil's Racetrack

Technical Rating

6

Status Reports

Ty H
Mar 23, 2024
2015 Jeep Wrangler
Open
Normal
We ventured South to North in our Jeep JK Rubicon 4-door with a 3" lift and 35" tires. We didn't touch our plates, rock sliders, or bumpers, but the 6 rating is fair based on the off-camber "Spine" or "Razorback" portion of the trail, and the nearby ledges, neither of which had bypasses available. Choose your line carefully on the Spine as the off camber aspect can be tricky, and we watched a capable SxS in front of us wobble back and forth right at the point of rollover before settling down on 3 of its wheels and allowing a change in line. Lockers weren't required anywhere on the trail, but I did optionally engage my rear locker in two spots to prevent drama. Lots of ledges to negotiate, gorgeous views, varied terrain with plenty of small to medium obstacles make this a fun and rewarding trail. Plan enough time to take it slow and enjoy the area, and allow large groups of SxS to pass by when needed.
Dick Folkerson
Nov 11, 2023
4x4
Open
Dusty
Jordan Marchbanks
Nov 01, 2023
4x4
Open
Dusty
Richard Michaelson
May 06, 2023
4x4
Open
Dusty
Rough/Deteriorated

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