Caineville Wash Road For OHV Driving

The 28th most popular off-highway vehicle trail in Utah.

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Northeast of Torrey, the Caineville Wash Road, or eastern side of the Cathedral Valley Loop, begins 18.6 miles east of the Visitor Center. By taking this OHV route into Cathedral Valley, visitors avoid the Fremont River Ford on the Hartnet side of the loop; however, those planning on driving the entire loop are encouraged to begin at the River Ford to be certain they are able to make the crossing. 16.5 miles up the road, in Lower Cathedral Valley, are the Temple of the Sun and Moon, massive monoliths rising from the desert floor. Further north in Upper Cathedral Valley, columns of spire-like formations dominate the landscape. Conditions on the Caineville Wash road vary widely based on recent weather. Check with the Visitor Center for current road information. This road begins off of Hwy 24, approx. 10 mi east of the park boundary, at the town of Caineville.

Overall, Caineville Wash Road is the 28th most popular OHV & 4wd jeep trail of all 32 OHV routes in Utah. Several of the better ohv/4wd trails are nearby Caineville Wash Road including South Draw Road and Hartnet Road.

Caineville Wash Road OHV Driving Map



Local Contact(s):  Capital Reef National Park (435) 425-3791; Utah Tourism (800) UTAH-FUN.

Recommended Book:  "Utah Byways: Backcountry Drives" from Tony Huegel

Reference Source:  click here

Date Published:  12/31/2015

Date Updated:  8/8/2016

ID:  19120

Caineville Wash Road OHV Driving Map


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