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Arrow Canyon Wilderness

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There are several areas that provide access for hiking and exploration. The west side of the Arrow Canyon Wilderness can be accessed from U.S. Highway 93. Visitors may park off the highway, or take one of two designated vehicle routes in about a mile further.

To access Arrow Canyon, drive state Highway 168 east from Interstate 15 approximately 11 miles and then turning south onto a graded dirt road, framed by an arc of telephone poles and short white fence on either side. Markers behind the telephone poles mark the designated vehicle route to the canyon. Approximately 0.5 miles off Highway 168, there is parking just past the fenced municipal well. For those with a high clearance vehicle, continue for 1.5 miles to a vehicle barrier where the road ends. There is one private residence along the route – please respect their privacy.

Access to the northern boundary of the wilderness, including Table Mountain, can be had via several designated vehicle routes leading south from State Highway 168.

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