Worth the drive. You'll want pix of both the petroglyphs and the scenery. When you are done, hop over to the small road on the other side of the river. More petroglyphs and the road eventually switchbacks down into the valley where you can find the cube-shaped rock with petroglyphs on all four sides---including a Birthing Scene!---and even more amazing... 更多
This is a beautiful drive with absolutely stunning views. Puts you right along the Colorado River at the bottom of the canyon. See people rock climbing, beautiful landscape and ancient Native American writing. Was a wonderful way to spend the day!
Park at the poison spider trail car park and read the sign by the toilets which explains about the footprints and where to go. At the end of the trail there are two big limestone blocks one above you to the left with two good imprints. Then there is also a block down to the right. This block has raises... 更多
This is an awesome drive with tons of fun places to hike, camp, and climb. There is an area on it called Wall Street, and it is full of slab and crack climbs.
It was a beautiful drive on this road. It is fairly well maintained. Not too happy about the pot ash plant but it employees 45 people. So I can look over that.
Drive up Potash Road and you will find an old Native American rock art panel, rock climbing, trails to arches outside the National Parks (and thus dog friendly (bring a bag to clean up after your buddy) and the road to Schaffer Trail. Don't even try to take a car up the trail, but if you can do it, you... 更多
we started the road up in canyon lands and I admit, the first 15 minutes we thought we were going to die. But once the road started to level out it was one if the most amazing drives I have been on.
A great drive north of Moab with camping available and trailheads. There is also a large section of the road that borders a climbing area so you can pull over and get a great view of the climbers. Probably wouldn't be the first thing I do in Moab but it was a nice drive when you just want to sit... 更多
Lots to see on Potash Road. You can see people rock climbing or go rock climbing yourself. You can see ancient Indian pictographs on the rock wall. You can hike to see dinosaur tracks. The Colorado River runs next to the road. Pretty area.
We took Shafer Trail down and came out through this road. Nice scenery. The road takes you over some private land so be mindful to respect the land so that it stays open for public use.
The road was well maintained with pullouts and campgrounds. Not too busy in March, but probably gets pretty busy as the tourist season progresses. A fun drive for a couple of hours.
DO NOT miss traveling down this road to Potash! There are many viewpoints of Ancient Art & Dinosaur tracks along with great views of the river. Lots of climbing spots right along road as well as camping areas.
This was probably the favorite area for my adult children. We hiked to the dinosaur track fossil, Indian petrogyphs and beyond. Great rock climbing for amateurs, and great views from the top!