SEASONAL ROAD CLOSURE: Roads leading to this trailhead are subject to seasonal closure. For more information, please visit https://draper.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=9cd50907757e421fb19c8085c3d30415.
The Jacobs Ladder Trailhead (N40 29′ 39″, W111 48′ 59″) is the beginning of several different trails. You want to locate the trail on the north side of the parking area heading directly north up the slope. The trail is easy to identify as it was once a road used to access Lone Rock / Movie Rocks, but the road has been closed to vehicle travel for many years and is mostly reclaimed. The road is now just a trail used by hikers and mountain bikes.
From the trailhead hike up the the trail approximately 300-yards until you reach a steep descent. The top of this hill is the Jacobs Ladder Trail / Lone Rock / Storm Window Arch junction (N40 29′ 46″, W111 48′ 55″). The Jacobs Ladder Trail turns east (right) and follows the ridge line, the Lone Rock / Storm Window Arch trail descends the gulley. Once at the bottom you’ll find a small stream. Cross this stream and then you’ll notice two trails. One veers to the left which is for Storm Window Arch. The other veers off to the right and this is for Lone Rock.