Deep canyons and soaring cliffs.
- Length: 23 miles
- Driving Time: min. 1 hour
Vehicle Entrance Fee: $20
Rimrock Drive provides access to the Saddlehorn Visitor Center and campground, 19 signed viewpoints, and 14 hiking trails — from ½ to 14 miles round trip. Many short, easy trails allow you to gaze upon or walk up to towering masses, while backcountry trails head down into remote canyons full of bird song and solitude.
Breathtaking views, towering monoliths, balanced rocks, and steep red-walled canyons a fascinating landscape of deep canyons and soaring cliffs. The pinyon-juniper woodland provides habitat for desert bighorn sheep, eight types of lizards, gray fox, coyote, bobcat, golden eagle, desert cottontail, and turkey vulture.