Bears Ears National Monument is off the beaten path and unlike most National Parks contains hundreds of miles of unmaintained dirt roads. 4×4 and high clearance is recommended for most trailheads and Jeeps are the ultimate 4×4 capable vehicles. If your new to the area a guided trip may be best, but for those of you venturing out on your own we have 4-door Jeeps available to rent here in Bluff.

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Book Your

jeep rental

Price

$199/day

Discount

4+ days gives a 10% discount off total pricing

Time

Pick up at 8:00 am

Due back by 6:00 pm on the last day of rental.

Modified 4-door

jeep wrangler

  • 4 Wheel Drive
  • Automatic Transmission
  • 2.5 Inch Lift
  • Seating of 5
  • Oversized Tires

Recommended

Trails

  • Monument Valley
  • Valley of the Gods, Moki Dugway, and Muley Point
  • Cedar Mesa Trail Heads (Texas Flat Road, Snow Flat, Cigarette Springs, etc.)

Requirements

  • All Drivers must be 25 years of age
  • Renters must show proof of insurance. (proof of insurance may be waived for International Guests, but they must buy additional insurance at $50/day.) Additional insurance only available to International Guests

Restricted

Trails

The following trails are restricted because our jeeps are not built for them. Taking our jeeps on these trails will surely result in damage to the vehicle. There are many companies in Moab that rent jeeps set up for these kind of trails.

  • Hole in the Rock
  • Behind the Rocks
  • Elephant Hill
  • Hotel Rock
  • Arch Canyon
State Route 95 Road Closure

Thank you for visiting our website, we have some important information for you that may affect your touring plans into San Juan County, Bears Ears National Monument & Cedar Mesa.

State Route 95 Road Closure

As of August 6, 2021, The Utah Department of Transportation has extended the closure of the Cottonwood Wash Bridge on State Route 95 west of Blanding for an additional 60 days.

Three of our land-based tours have been affected by this road closure: Intro to Bears Ears, Arch Canyon UTV Excursion, and House of Fire. 

The current closure of SR-95 extends approximately 28 miles from the junction of U.S. Highway 191 to SR-261. UDOT crews have deployed portable electronic message boards from several maintenance stations in southern Utah to key highway junctions to help inform motorists of the closure.

Public inquiries regarding the bridge repair project may be sent to [email protected]. For the latest on Utah road and traffic conditions please visit udottraffic.utah.gov or check the UDOT Traffic App.

If you have any questions about our region please don't hesitate to contact us at 435/672-2477 or 435/672-2244. There is no better place on earth to social distance than basking in the beautiful backcountry of Bears Ears National Monument. Thank you for your patience and we look forward to serving you soon!

Wild Expeditions

Notices for all three tours that are affected by the road closures

Notice for Intro to Bears Ears

Due to the road closure of State Route 95 between the U.S. Highway 191 to SR-261 we are not able to offer the Intro to Bears Ears Tour.

As an alternative we recommend the Monarch Cave & Wolfman Panel hiking tour.

Additional hikes we recommend are side hikes into Comb Ridge/Butler Wash.

Notice for House of Fire

Due to the road closure of State Route 95 between the U.S. Highway 191 to SR-261 we are not able to offer the House of Fire Tour.

As an alternative we recommend the Monarch Cave & Wolfman Panel hiking tour or the River House UTV Excursion.

Additional hikes we recommend are side hikes into Comb Ridge/Butler Wash.

Notice for Arch Canyon UTV Excursion

Due to the road closure of State Route 95 between the U.S. Highway 191 to SR-261 we are not able to offer the Arch Canyon UTV Excursion.

As an alternative we recommend the River House UTV Excursion.

We also recommend side hikes into Comb Ridge/Butler Wash.