This trail has been designed for
OHV, motorcycle, ATV, jeep.
There is a little snow in the winter
and rain in the spring. This trail is
When it is raining be cautious of the
run off that will be on the trail. Make
sure to check the weather and be
able to recognize potential danger.
Make sure to bring
your camera. These are the
kinds of views that you wonít
want to ever forget.
There are 2 staging areas at the north and south accesses of the Sandslide road off of Hwy 95. Trail Type
All motorized OHVís will be able to do this trail. At the end of the road there is a short hike to the Point. Distance
The Sandslide Rd. loop is 18 miles long. The trail to the
Point is 4 miles one way. Difficulty Easy
There are a few little rocky patches but nothing
to worry about.
The trail has all maintained roads. The surface type is
sand and red dirt. The trail is also an all-season
Trail Coordinates / Points of Interest
Take in the Views
Angel Point has some of the most incredible views that you will see in this area. You can
see into several different canyons and valleys. The Henry mountains stand majestically in the distance. The views at the Point and the other overlooks that are marked
along the road will leave you speechless.
Get a Closer Look
The short hike to Angel Point at the end
of the road, will give you the opportunity
to experience the area at a closer range.
Take some time to be adventurous and
explore the area! You can even climb
right down to the Dirty Devil and get a
closer look at it that way.
Do it at Your Own Pace