Waterline Road-BLM30095

Total Miles
2.8

Elevation

934.42 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Waterline Road-BLM30095 is a 2.8-mile point-to-point single-track trail within the Beaver Dam Wash National Conservation Area. It is rated 3 of 10 as it is not maintained by the BLM. The trail connects BLM30086 with the Arizona border. This trail crosses the alluvial plain of the Beaver Dam Mountains. This trail was originally developed as part of the BLM land management and grazing program before the NCA was developed. The lowest point in Utah is located just west of the trail within the Beaver Dam Wash where it crosses the border into Arizona. Travelers may come across the desert tortoise, bighorn sheep, Joshua trees, and other threatened and sensitive species. Surface water flows in the upper reaches of Beaver Dam Wash, but rarely travels all the way through the NCA. Cell phone coverage will be spotty and the nearest services are located in Beaver Dam.

Photos of Waterline Road-BLM30095

Waterline Road-BLM30095
Waterline Road-BLM30095
Waterline Road-BLM30095

Difficulty

The trail consists of loose rocks, dirt, and sand with some slick rock surfaces and mud holes possible. No steps are higher than 12 inches. 4WD may be required, and aggressive tires are a plus.

Technical Rating

3

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