Never Sweat Wash Loop to Odd's Trail

Total Miles
43.9

Elevation

1,684.05 ft

Duration

6.5 Hours

Technical Rating

7

Difficult

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The open single-track riding starts with crossing multiple ridges with open-flowing sections. The trail does tighten up, with technical loose rocky sections with sand. Multiple shelves and step-ups in the rocks can be challenging. There are various drop-offs to watch out for as well. The last few miles of the trail on the south end are known specifically as Odd's Trail. This trail is difficult, with multiple rock sections and cliff edges, including off-camber steep hill climbs.

Photos of Never Sweat Wash Loop to Odd's Trail

Never Sweat Wash Loop to Odd's Trail
Never Sweat Wash Loop to Odd's Trail
Never Sweat Wash Loop to Odd's Trail

Difficulty

Expect steep grades to climb with loose dirt and sand to minimize traction. There are off-camber climbs with rocky shelves with several sets of multiple shelves to climb.

History

Odd's Trail follows a similar path, named for Arthur Odd, a freighter in the 1880s. He delivered loads of stone all over the state of Utah.

Technical Rating

7

Status Reports

There are no status reports yet for this trail.

Access Description

Driving on Highway 6 approximately 16 miles north of Green River, Utah, turn west onto Green River Cutoff. Take the first left and first right which will lead to gravel road 401.

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