Battle Creek
USGS Derived Map Submitted by members of theBack Country Horsemen of Utah
Disclaimer: The following trail description was kindly submitted by horsemen in the Moab area. Use this information at your own risk. As with all horse related activities, trail riding is a sport with a considerable amount of inherent danger and risk. No guarantee is either stated or implied that you will find any of the information listed below to be accurate.

Battle Creek
Mountain Ridge Chapter, BCHU

This trail is Property of: Uinta National Forest managed by the National Forest Service
Name of the trailhead Battle Creek
Directions from Pleasant Grove From State Street, go east on 200 S about 3 miles. The trailhead is near the end of the road. Parking is usually plentiful (room for 6 rigs with turnaround)


General description of the trail -
This is primarily a direct and return route and is approximately 5 miles in length. Completion of this route will take about 3 hours at a moderate pace.
Trail is considered to be difficult and require a horse/rider combination with considerable experience and horses that are moderately fit.

Hazards include (ascending and descending):

Surface includes:

Some good reasons to ride this trail include:

Remember always to use your best judgement. Always take a moment to consider the suitability the weather, trail conditions, your horsemanship skills, the skill of those in your party, and perhaps most important...the physical and mental condition of your horses before each trip.
Safe Trails !!!

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