Paiute ORV Trail For OHV Driving

The 5th most popular off-highway vehicle trail in Utah.

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Surrounding Marysvale in south-central Utah, the 275 mile Paiute ORV Trail is one of the best ORV areas in the state. It has even been ranked one of the top 15 rides in the country. This loop trail has over 1000 miles of side trails and 1500 miles of adjacent forest roads. The main route passes through dense forests and near rivers. It takes about 25 hours of OHV riding time to complete the loop. While many riders explore the lower altitude sections beginning in April, the higher altitudes sections over the Pahvants and the Sevier Plateau are usually snow covered into early July. Many riders feel that September and October are the best times to ride the entire loop. It is stongly advised to purchase the National Geographic / Trail Illustrated map for the Paiute Trail. For a complete, section by section description of the trail, visit the website below.

The main hub is Marysvale, which is located north of Bryce Canyon on US89. Another popular section is the Cove Mountain Road.

Overall, Paiute ORV Trail is the 5th most popular OHV & 4wd jeep trail of all 32 OHV routes in Utah.

Paiute ORV Trail OHV Driving Map



Local Contact(s):  BLM (435) 743-6811; FNF (435) 896-9233; Utah Tourism (800) UTAH-FUN.

Recommended Book:  "Utah Byways: Backcountry Drives" from Tony Huegel

Recommended Map:  "Paiute ATV Trail Map" from National Geographic

Best Season:  Jun. - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Luxury Loding:  Moores Old Pine Inn, Marysville

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  38.44926, -112.23067

Date Published:  1/6/2016

Date Updated:  7/23/2016

ID:  18429

Paiute ORV Trail OHV Driving Map


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