This trail is designated for ATV, and
experienced Jeep riders.
Check the weather conditions, but
this trail is pretty good in all weather
that you would want to be out in.
Make sure that you only go out there
in anything but an ATV if you are
experienced. This way you will
continue to be safe on the trails.
Be careful where you
ride because there is some
wilderness study areas out there.
The areas are well marked, so
pay attention to the signs.
The Roost Rd. is a B Class road that will take you to the
staging point on the Samís Mesa Rd. Trail Type
Depending on the road conditions you can drive a truck
to staging area. After that point it is recommended that
only ATVís and experienced OHV riders do the trail. Distance
The distance from the Roost Rd. staging area to the
Mesa Towers Overlook is 15 miles. Difficulty Moderate
For an ATV this trail is EASY. For OHVís it is
MODERATE with some difficult parts.
The whole area is BLM land. The trail is sandy with
some rocky spots.
Trail Coordinates / Points of Interest
Take in the views
Get up close and personal with the historic
old west. You can walk where old cowboys
walked and see what they saw. Its now
wonder infamous outlaws such as Butch
Cassidy made areas like this their hide outs.
Not only would a cabin be difficult to find, but
also the views are incredible.
Get a closer look
There are 2 pinnacles of rock on the
Mesa where the road will cut right
through them. From the mesa the
Dirty Devil river is in a canyon just
the west. The Panorama Point inside
the Glen Canyon Recreation Area
looking opens up to an incredible
view and place to explore.
Do it at your own pace