Hurricane Cliffs BLM

Overview:

Hurricane Cliffs Recreational Area BLM is one of my favorite places to boondock and visit as a van lifer. It’s only 10min from teh city of Hurricane and 20min from Zion National Park. This area also features great mountain biking and hiking through put the are. 

 

Adventure:

When anyone asks me what is one of your most favorite places to go, I always say Hurricane Cliffs Recreational Area BLM. This area has everything a van lifer could dream of including; boondocking, hiking, mountain biking, great cell service, and beautiful views. 
 

Zion National Park

Zion National Park is located 20 minutes from Hurrican BLM and is a must-visit. Zion is probably one of the most beautiful national parks in the entire county. The park offers miles of breathtaking hikes and adventure. Plan to spend at least a few days exploring the park. 
 

Hiking

There are countless hiking trails throughout the area. A few start by the boondocking ara. A few of the hikes that are easily assessable from you boondocking locations are:

  • Jem Trail: A mostly flat trail that traverses the entire area.
  • Goosebump Trail: A great trail for mountain biking.

Website: Hurricane Cliffs Trail System

Mountain Biking

Along with all the great hiking trails in the area are some awesome mountain biking routes. A few that I found fun are:

  • Goosebump Trail: A great trail for mountain biking with all its jumps and mounds. 

Boondocking

There are a number of boondocking campsites throughout this area. There are numbered sites along with dispersed camping. I normally check out the numbered campsites then look for dispersed camping.

It’s a privilege to have Hurricane Cliffs Recreational Area BLM  for our enjoyment, so please practice Leave No Trace principles.

Directions:

Hurrican BLM are can be reached from State Route 59 from the town of Hurricane or state Route 9 from Le Verkin. The BLM land is approximately a 10-minute drive from these towns
 

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