Fremont ATV Trail For Dirt Biking

The 46th most popular offroad motorcycle trail in Utah.

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East of Cedar City and west of Bryce, the Fremont ATV Trail (#002) is a 50 mile north-south dirt biking route.

The southern trailhead is at Tropic Reservoir. To get to the Tropic Reservoir Trailhead, turn south on the East Fork Rd (# 087) off Highway 12. After 7 miles you will see a sign for Tropic Reservoir and Kings Creek Campground. Turn right and continue around the reservoir for ½ mile to the parking area and trailhead. Restrooms are available at the trailhead. You can also access the Fremont Trail from Casto Canyon.

The Fremont Trail proceeds north to Circleville.

To reach a trailhead from Panguitch, follow River Lane to Airport Road. Turn on Airport Road and follow to Limekiln Road. Follow Limekiln Road to the trailhead parking area.

Overall, Fremont ATV Trail is the 46th most popular dirt bike trail of all 68 dirt biking rides in Utah. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Fremont ATV Trail including Casto Canyon Riding Trail, Red Canyon, Cottonwood Road, Paunsaugunt Trail and Jacob Lake ORV Loop.

Fremont ATV Trail Dirt Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  DNF (801) 676-8815; Bryce Tourism (800) 444-6689; Utah Tourism (800) UTAH-FUN.

Best Season:  Apr. - Oct.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  NFS Kings Creek CG; Red Canyon Lodge, Parowan (435) 477-1200

Luxury Loding:  Cedar Breaks Lodge (888) AT-CEDAR; Lodge At Brians Head (800) FUN-LODGE; Bryce Canyon Lodge

Breakfast Restaurant:  Rubys Diner, Bryce

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  37.60903, -112.25833

Date Published:  12/31/2015

Date Updated:  3/30/2018

ID:  16532

Fremont ATV Trail Dirt Biking Map


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