Hole in the Rock

Off-Highway Vehicle - Utah

The Hole in the Rock Trail is a historic trail running east-southeast from the town of Escalante in southern Utah in the western United States. The Mormon trailblazers who established this trail crossed the Colorado River and ended their journey in the town of Bluff. The Hole-in-the-Rock expedition established the trail in 1879. A geologic feature called the Hole in the Rock gave the trail its name. A modern unpaved road called the Hole-in-the-Rock Road (BLM Road 200) closely follows this historic trail to the point where it enters the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

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Map of the San Juan County Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Travel Plan and Trail System. Published by San Juan County.San Juan County OHV - OHV Travel Plan and Trails

Map of the San Juan County Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Travel Plan and Trail System. Published by San Juan County.

Map of Hole in the Rock Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Trails. Published by San Juan County.San Juan County OHV - Hole in the Rock

Map of Hole in the Rock Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Trails. Published by San Juan County.

Map of Moki Canyon and Castle Wash Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Trails. Published by San Juan County.San Juan County OHV - Moki Canyon and Castle Wash

Map of Moki Canyon and Castle Wash Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Trails. Published by San Juan County.

Map 10 of the San Juan County Travel Plan in Utah. Published by San Juan County.San Juan County - Travel Plan - Map 10

Map 10 of the San Juan County Travel Plan in Utah. Published by San Juan County.

Map 6 of the San Juan County Travel Plan in Utah. Published by San Juan County.San Juan County - Travel Plan - Map 6

Map 6 of the San Juan County Travel Plan in Utah. Published by San Juan County.

Official Visitor Map of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (NRA) in Arizona and Utah. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).Glen Canyon - Visitor Map

Official Visitor Map of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (NRA) in Arizona and Utah. Published by the National Park Service (NPS).

Hole in the Rock OHV https://sanjuancounty.org/index.php/its/maps/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hole_in_the_Rock_Trail The Hole in the Rock Trail is a historic trail running east-southeast from the town of Escalante in southern Utah in the western United States. The Mormon trailblazers who established this trail crossed the Colorado River and ended their journey in the town of Bluff. The Hole-in-the-Rock expedition established the trail in 1879. A geologic feature called the Hole in the Rock gave the trail its name. A modern unpaved road called the Hole-in-the-Rock Road (BLM Road 200) closely follows this historic trail to the point where it enters the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

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