“Premier Slickrock Trail”
The trail is clearly visible on the sandy parts of the route, but there are long stretches of slickrock where the 4WD trail has only recently been marked (a yellow paint design that resembles a flame). The most difficult obstacles are well out of the stock-vehicle class, but the worst ones have easy bypasses. There are steep climbs and descents and some edges that are not for the faint of heart. In a few places, the trail crosses the now-famous "Slickrock Bike Trail," a motorcycle and mountain-bicycle trail. The Lion's Back and Potato Salad Hill are nearby. The large vistas sweep full circle from the La Sal Mountains through Arches National Park to the cliff rims that overlook Moab Valley. The nearby country is an amazing stretch of bare sandstone with clefts and canyons, including the Colorado River canyon. In addition to the slickrock, there are rock ledges, broken rock, sandy dirt, and a little blow sand. The first clump of slickrock has high mounds and steep descents that lead to a second mound that does the same thing. The major slickrock area includes steep climbs, sharp turns, and a hair-raising descent along a steep ridge with little room for error left or right. "Tip-Over Challenge" is a brief rock hill with a sandy base that requires tight maneuvering, an excellent line of attack, some help in the differentials, or the easy bypass on a slickrock fin. Just above Tip-Over is a shortcut to avoid the final hill, called "Rubble Trouble" because of its large loose rocks and a couple of tough ledges. Another option is to drive "Tip-Toe through Hell." It follows most of the Hell's Revenge trail route but skips the difficult obstacles and is rated a 3.5. The scenery and many of the thrills of driving long stretches of slickrock remain, but the emphasis is on making the trail accessible to stock vehicles and drivers not anxious to break their equipment.
We bring our Rzr from Florida every year to do Hells Revenge and it’s incredible and not to be missed. At one point you can see where a few famous films like Goldmember was filmed along with an awesome view of the highway and Colorado river below where they film Westworld. We will be featuring it on our YouTube channel soon The Doors To Social Discovery https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvq6aXkVjvxiruZDrveOPtQ
It's a lot of fun, but the ease of the grippy slickrock can get a teeny bit repetitive. The technical ones are one of the hot tubs and the escalator.
Hells revenge is super fun. Along with Poison Spider it is one of my favorite trails to Jeep. It is a difficult trail and will take the good part of a day. My favorite parts are the hot tubs and the black hole. Both are really fun to do with the doors off.
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Hell's Revenge Off Road
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