Poison Spring Canyon Utah
Poison Spring Canyon & Flint Trail
This file covers the Poison Spring Canyon Trail. It is a rough single-lane tract in some places, a well defined roadbed in others, is the only motorized route which crosses the Dirty Devil River between Hanksville and Hite on Lake Powell. Beginning at Utah Highway 95, it dips into a progressively narrower and steeper canyon, while descending through scenic sandstone formations as it follows Poison Spring Canyon. Once across the Dirty Devil River, the route follows the impressive and colorful Big Ridge in North Hatch Canyon, past Fiddler Butte to the boundary with the National Park Service’s Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. This file covers a number of trails in the area along with the Poison Spring Canyon Trail, and the southern part of the Flint Trail. The waypoints and tracks correspond with our Poison Spring Canyon map.
Poison Springs Road is frequently closed by washouts and high water levels and is not recommended for novices or most street-legal vehicles except high clearance ones. With different road closures in the area be sure to check with the BLM to see what is open.
Henry Mountains BLM Field Station
380 South 100 West
Hanksville, Utah 84734
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