Robber’s Roost Trail
Robber’s Roost is located 20 miles from Hwy 24 on the San Rafael Rd, with another 8 miles from the North Intersection (turn off the Goblin Valley).
This trail is for ATV, OHV, or any 4WD vehicles.
Robber’s Roost is 28 miles from Hwy 24. Distances will vary, depending on what and how much you choose to see and explore.
Easy. Any designated vehicle could do this trail any time of the year.
The roads are all maintained B Class roads.
Any ATV, OHV or 4WD vehicle.
Do not travel on this road when it is raining or snowing.
There are no restroom factilities or anywhere to obtain water. Be sure to take all your supplies with you as this area is remote.
The Robber’s Roost area is surrounded by other fun areas to explore. Make sure you take some time to check out the other attractions in the area that are shown on the map.
TRAIL COORDINATES / POINTS OF INTEREST
|Name (Click name below to view map)||GPS||Latitiude||Longitude|
|Butch Cassidy Cabin||N 38d21’40” W 110d21’57”|
|Camping Area at Cassidy Cabin||N 38d21’36” W 110d22’20”|
|Oil Well Rd Overlook||N 38d22’01” W 110d26’13”|
|Ekker Ranch||N 38d17’44” W 110d21’20”|
|Angel Point Backcountry Airstrip||N 38d19’31” W 110d26’09”|
|Angel PointTrailhead & Overlook||N 38d18’23” W 110d30’42”|
|Bull Pasture Overlook||N 38d15’46” W 110d25’56”|
|Granary Springs/Motel 6||N 38d20’29” W 110d17’35”|
Take in the views
Located in the heart of southern Utah, the Butch Cassidy cabin is surrounded by beauty. Cassidy purposely chose this unique and remote area to evade the lawmen of the wild west, which he successfully did for many years at this very location.
Get a closer look
The area is covered in canyons and valleys, making Cassidy’s cabin almost invisible to anyone who was trying to find it. Here Cassidy was was impossible to find, unless he wanted them there.
Do it at your own pace