Hells Revenge 4x4 Trail For OHV Driving
The 11th most popular off-highway vehicle trail in Utah.
Saturday 30 July 2016 06:14 GMT
East of Moab, the Hells Revenge 4x4 Trail is one of the most popular in the area for Jeeps. It is roughly 6.5 miles long and rolls over steep red rock terrain and some sandy sections. The route is marked with yellow paint and should not be confused with several crossings of the Slickrock Bike Trail.
The Hells Revenge route is for experienced drivers only. Tall tires of 33 inches diameter or greater are recommended along with traction added devices such as lockers and limited slips. This route is not recommended when it is wet or snow covered. Water can accumulated that is over 12 inches deep.
This trail system is maintained by the Red Rock 4-Wheelers club in Moab.
To reach the Hells Revenge trailhead from Moab, head east on Center Street. Turn right on 400 east and then turn left on Mill Creek Drive. Veer left on Sand Flats Road. After roughly a mile, the trailhead is on the left just past the Sand Flats Recreation Area entrance station (fee required).
Keep in mind that a valid State Of Utah OHV decal is required for both residents and non-residents when using this trail. Helmets, lights and spark arrestors are all required.
Note: The nearby Lions Back OHV Route was closed several years ago.
Overall, Hells Revenge 4x4 Trail is the 11th most popular OHV & 4wd jeep trail of all 32 OHV routes in Utah. Several of the better ohv/4wd trails are nearby Hells Revenge 4x4 Trail including White Rim Trail, Bartlett Overlook, Chicken Corners Trail, Area BFE and Fins And Things 4x4 Trail.