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Apr 26, 2010

White Wash Sand Dunes Area Information, Moab Utah

White Wash Dunes is quickly becoming one of our favorite destinations. It offers tons of varried riding terrain with fantastic scenery. This photo(below) was taken about 50 feet from our trailer, so quick access to terrain is an understatement. Trails such as Ten Mile Canyon and Dead Cow Wash, as well as many others are also near by, which are excellent trails for dirt bikes and atv's. To reach White Wash Sand Dunes drive 13 miles east of Green River on Interstate 70. Take Ranch Exit 175 to the south. Continue Southwest for 12 miles(be sure to bear right at 4.5 miles from interstate 70, and continue straight at 7.8 miles). Go east at 12.3 miles, you will drive by some oil production facilities. The Sand Dunes are visible from this intersection. For more help on getting there, Cick on the "Directions" link on the map for detailed directions from your location to the turn off to White Wash Dunes, then follow the route East as shown on the map. To navigate this route on your mobile, click the icon to the right and open with mobile google maps, or click for a full printable trail map

This map is clickable!! (View Printable Version)

View our White Wash Dunes Trip Reports for detailed descriptions and maps of the trails surrounding the dunes


There are 2 large parking areas as indicated on the map. The upper area is the easiest to reach, while the lower provides the best access to the dunes and surrounding trails. Bigger trailers may choose to stay up on top depending on the condition of the road to the lower area. The conditions of the road vary because of the sand crossings and can suck a trailer in if not careful. We've always gone to the lower area, but have had to fight to get back out on a number of occasions. Use the zoom feature to zoom in and out. The shaded area is roughly the area designated as an "open play area". The dunes and the slickrock among the dunes are the only areas open to unrestricted travel. Beyond that, refer to the trail reports and maps.


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