Manns Peak Trail

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

Manns Peak trail is about 4 miles roundtrip if you start from the Geyser Pass parking area. It follows the Burro Pass trail for about a mile and then splits off to steeply climb up to the peak. Follow the signs at Burro Pass intersection to stay on trail. This is a difficult hike. The Burro Pass trail is open to mountain biking but the Manns Peak trail is foot traffic only. No bikes are allowed on the climb up to the peak. Manns Peak is the 5th highest peak in the La Sal Mountains at 12,272 feet and has the only constructed trail to a peak in the range.

Please Note: To reduce damage to alpine plants and their habitat, please do not urinate on plants or soils above the treeline. Mountain goats crave salts and will dig up plants and soil where humans have urinated. When above treeline, it is a good practice to only urinate on areas of rocky talus or on snow.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Check with the Moab Ranger District for updated information.
Best Season: Summer, Early Fall
Restroom: Vault toliet located at Burro Pass trailhead

General Information

Directions:

From Moab, head south on US-191/Main St and travel 7.8 miles.  Turn left onto County Rd #127/Old Airport Rd (there is a brown sign on the highway indicating Ken’s Lake and La Sal Mountain Loop Road before the turn) and travel 0.6 miles.  Turn right onto Co Rd #127/Forest Road #046 (La Sal Mountain Loop Rd.). Travel 11.5 miles and then turn right onto Geyser Pass Road (Forest Road #071). Drive another 8.5 miles.  Turn left onto Forest Road #240 (Burro Pass) and travel 0.5 miles to Burro Pass Trailhead.


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