WILD HORSE WINDOW TRAIL

Trail Length:2 mile Round Trip

Difficulty / Rating: Easy/Moderate

Class: Class 1

Trailhead: N38° 38′ 50.94″, W110° 39′ 46.16″

Wild Horse Window [utahtrailhead.com]

 

SUMMARY

Wild Horse Window is a beautiful natural bridge situated in the ceiling of a grand alcove, just minutes north of popular Goblin Valley State Park. The trail to Wild Horse Window is easy at just 2 miles round trip and is considered a non-technical canyon hike; however, it does require some route-finding across the vast sandstone slopes of the San Rafael Reef.  The Wild Horse Window is another one of the fantastic geological features in the San Rafael Swell.

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Drive west on Interstate 70 for about 11 miles to Exit 149 for Highway 24.
  2. Continue south on Highway 24 for approximately 24.2 miles.
  3. Turn right at the signed turnoff to Goblin Valley via the Temple Mountain Road.
  4. Drive 5.2 miles then turn left onto Goblin Valley Road.
  5. Continue for approximately 0.3 miles and turn onto the third dirt road on the right (N38o 38’ 58.62” ,  W110o 39’ 29.07”).
  6. Drive on the dirt road for 0.3 miles to the parking area

Maps / Links / Downloads:

UT HISTORICAL MAP 1:24,000

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Wild Horse Window Elevation Profiel [utahtrailhead.com]

 

GPS Track Files

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If you like this hike check out: Crack Canyon Trail