Summary: The 4 rated Seven Mile Rim trail accesses some famous scenery with mostly easy 4-wheeling.
Location: The trail investigates the terrain north of Highway 313 and west of Highway 191. The trail head is about 11 miles north of Moab off Highway 191 just north of its intersection with Highway 313
The Trail: The first part of the trail follows along a high rim with spectacular views of Arches National Park and the La Sal Mountains. It then heads west between Monitor and Merrimac Buttes along a technically challenging route to Wipeout Hill.
From there it heads north past dramatic Determination Towers and exits via Tusher Wash. Optional trips to Uranium Arch and Wipeout Hill. There are many other fun roads to explore on UTVs. Add Wipeout Hill for maximum challenge.
The Uranium Arch and Determination Towers are elegant and intriguing. The massive Monitor and Merrimac Buttes are majestic. Panoramic rim views include Arches National Park and the Book Cliffs to the north.
Much of the trail is two track dirt road. Only the sidehill portions around the south side of Merrimac Butte and a sandy hill near the end up the difficulty to a 4 rating. MUST TRAILER