This trail navigates through several areas of various trail surfaces and features one of the few arches in the world that you can actually drive right under for a photo. Moonshine arch trail departs the rod and gun club travels north on sandy two track roads with intermittent sandstone outcroppings stopping to look at native American petroglyphs, various sand stone formations along the way, the trail travels along sandy whoops to Steinaker state park then north on hwy 191 for 1 mile then exits to moonshine arch trailhead. The group will travel to a midpoint stopping for a short hike to moonshine wave a colorful sandstone feature resembling a wave, following the hike the group will travel to moonshine arch for a snack and to view the arch. The group will then return to the rid and gun club along an alternate route back through sand whoops and ravens with occasional sandstone outcroppings.


Min Tire Size: 31 inches
Winch: No
Front Locker: No
Rear Locker: No


Sandstone rock formations, cedar benches, overlooks of Steinaker reservoir, Moonshine Arch


Some dirt and steep climbs, sandy two track trails with occasional sandstone outcroppings.