Land of Standing Rocks, Doll House

This challenging Maze trail rewards riders with exceptional views of rock spires and options for camping and hiking.

Total Miles
21.4
Plan with onX Offroad

Elevation
1710.5

Duration
6

Technical Rating
7/10

Best Time
Spring/Summer/Fall

Trail Overview

Plan on a long approach to the start of this very difficult trail (via trail 70, 74, or 75). This challenging Maze trail rewards riders with exceptional views of rock spires, including the "Doll House" clusters at the end of the route. Camp overnight for stunning sunsets and sunrises and enjoy a hike to the Colorado River. Make sure to read up on Maze area regulations.

Difficulty

Difficult. Several sizable rock ledges with tight maneuvering. Soft sand in washes. We did it in our stock 4-door Rubicon using very careful tire placement. Some backcountry driving experience is recommended.

History

Learn what it was like to drive a Jeep to the Dollhouse in the 1950s and 1960s prior to the Maze becoming part of Canyonlands National Park. Go to www.nps.gov/cany, click on 'History,' then select 'Stories.'Open PDF document of inter- view with pioneering tour guide Kent Frost.

Access Description

First time, follow direction for the Flint Trail, #70. Later visits, follow directions for Poison Spring Canyon, Trail #74. Visitors coming north on Highway 95, follow reverse directions for Road to Hite, Trail #75.

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