Utah ATV Trails Page 2
Located 1.5 miles down the Hardware Ranch Road in Logan Canyon you will come to a very large staging area. This is the staging area for the Hodges Canyon ATV trail, but it's also a good place to stage and access several other ATV trails on the north end of the Hardware Ranch Road. Read More!
The Little Bear ATV Trail is located up Logan Canyon just off the Hardware Ranch Road. The trail head is clearly marked with a small wood sign. This trail is just one of the many ATV trails in this area, plus the Hardware Ranch Road is open to ATV travel. We heard that this trail was very rough and if you are not an experienced rider that you may want to choose a different trail. Read More!
Jacob City was born in 1865 when ore was discovered in a remote canyon between the present day cities of Ophir and Stockton. In Jacob Cities prime there was an estimated population of 300 people and the town was equipped with several goods stores, a school, a hotel, many saloons and gambling houses, and of course the miners cabins. Read More!
Beginning at the Casto Canyon trailhead the trail takes you into a wonderful world of red hoodoos, sandstone cliffs of white, pink and even green colors. The spectacular red rock is evident along most of the Casto canyon ride until you reach the forested areas of ponderosa pines where the colors changes with every turn of the trail. Read More!
The Bullion Canyon trail head can be accessed from Marysvale at the heart of the Paiute ATV Trail in Piute County. The Bullion Canyon Trail System begins at the bridge over Pine Creek on the Bullion Canyon Road (FR-126) just below Miners Park. Read More!
The Hougaard Fork trail is another leg of the Arapeen OHV trail network. It is located approximately 10 miles up Manti Canyon. From the trail head you will also have the choice to ride the Bench Road. We rode the Hougaard Fork trail in mid June, which seemed to be a great time. Read More!
The trail head is approx 6.5 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon. The parking area just appears to be a large pull out on the side of the canyon road. How you know your in the right area is to look for a large metal gate on what appears to be a private road. Read More!
Mineral Basin trail #194 has to be one of my favorite ATV trails. The trail head is approx 3.3 miles up the Mineral Basin main trail. The first part of the trail requires you to drive through a stream. The first mile of this trail is very rough with large boulders and very deep ruts. Read More!
Trail 295 begins approx 3.0 miles up the Mineral Basin road. The trail starts right off with a little challenging rock outcrop. As soon as you get passed that the trail levels out, and you start making your way through groves of quaken aspens. Read More!
Located approximately 9 miles up Manti Canyon. Burnt Hill is the start or end of a couple different trails. Some are jeep and 4X4 accessible, while others are for four wheelers only. Burnt Hill is trail #32 on the Arapeen OHV trail system. Read More!