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This viewpoint is great. Very good for photo shooting. Breathtaking views. You need to prepare a... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Portland, Oregon
Sweet spot

Most beautiful drive and bike ride. Great rock climbing area and sweet campsites. I love mountain... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
David L
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This spectacular bicycle trail follows the Colorado River.
  • Excellent63%
  • Very good30%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“rock climbers” (59 reviews)
“dinosaur tracks” (61 reviews)
“potash plant” (29 reviews)
Long Canyon Road, Moab, UT
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This viewpoint is great. Very good for photo shooting. Breathtaking views. You need to prepare a nice camera with wide angle lens.

Thank dailulu
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Most beautiful drive and bike ride. Great rock climbing area and sweet campsites. I love mountain biking from the mine as far as I could go. Gorgeous in fall.

Thank David L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We drove our 4WD jeep from Dead Horse State Park down into the canyon (Shaefer Road) and through the canyon to the Potash plant and down Potash Road. The trek down into the canyon and through the canyon (20 miles) was an amazing life experience....More

3  Thank Gina A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A definite one not to miss while visiting Moab! Petroglyphs were awesome and the beautiful ride along the river was spectacular!

1  Thank lft6351
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Along Potash Road you can stop to see Indian pictographs which are noted by a sign - there is plenty of room to pull over and marvel at the history.

1  Thank gma22016
Reviewed 8 November 2017

Just 5 miles off the highway you will see a 150' wall covered with petroglyphs. Lots and lots of them. Rare to see such concentrations. Many climbers use this sheer cliff face for rope climbing--interesting to watch. If you go in the morning, all you...More

1  Thank SusanBG_10
Reviewed 7 November 2017 via mobile

This road is packed with climbers. Be careful but go past all of them to get to the petroglyphs. No need to drive all the way to the potash. factory, so turn around at jug handle. The petroglyphs are great but be sure to keep...More

2  Thank t1andjoyce
Reviewed 4 November 2017

We enjoyed riding out this road and just watching the folks climbing the rock walls! There are these huge walls on one side of the road and the Colorado River on the other side. There is a turn off to see the Petroglyphs with an...More

1  Thank GigiGibson
Reviewed 26 October 2017

Traveling down this road and seeing the rock climbers, the Colorado river, the petroglyphs and looking for the dinasour tracks was fun.

Thank Wilhelm64
Reviewed 24 October 2017

We read about this scenic drive in a flyer at the campground. We're so glad we did. Petroglyph's dinosaur tracks and arches all while driving a picturesque Colorado River.

Thank debn1234
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7 May 2017|
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Response from Tamara P | Reviewed this property |
What Creek are you crossing? I did it in a low profile car and never had any issues.
19 May 2015|
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Response from PrincessOyl |
You would be extremely hard pressed to find a campground that charges $100 per night! Wow! It seems to me like the ones I have stayed in are $15 to $25 per night. That's not bad. Some are more expensive like KOA's, BLM... More