Hurrah Pass

Total Miles
12.0

Elevation

1,459.51 ft

Duration

4 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Take a weekend to explore this route that features beautiful lakes, Potash Plants and Native American petroglyphs at Birthing Rock. Along Kane Creek road you'll find well-mainained BLM campgrounds on a first-come-first-serve basis. They are popular, so plan ahead. OHVs are allowed in this area, but please stay on the marked route.

Photos of Hurrah Pass

Hurrah Pass
Hurrah Pass
Hurrah Pass

Difficulty

Easy. High-clearance 2-wheel drive adequate when dry. Can be rougher on west side of pass. Kane Creek is usually dry, but can be impassable for brief periods during flash flooding.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

Kevin Jeffries
Apr 08, 2024
2008 Dodge Sprinter
Open
Washboard
Drove just past Kane Creek crossing. 8-10" depth on west side of crossing. Easy drive for our 4x2 Sprinter. Camped at Ledge C campground- almost no one camping in any campgrounds. Moderate traffic.
Micah Wolfe
Mar 30, 2024
2023 Ford Bronco
Open
Normal
Muddy/Wet
West side of Kane Springs Creek crossing was 8-12” deep. Straight through was over 36” (as viewed on the jeep behind us)
Sam Orcutt
Mar 16, 2024
2020 Toyota Tacoma
Open
Normal
Ed Farnbauch
Mar 15, 2024
4x4
Open
Normal
Mostly a good 3, but one water crossing approximately 2' deep. Nice trail.

Access Description

From Hwy.191 on south side of Moab at McDonald's, head west on Kane Creek Road. Bear left at the first fork, and continue south along river. Go 4.7 miles to parking lot on right immediately after pavement ends.

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