Featured OHV/4WD TRAILS
Southwest of Moab, the 100-mile loop on the White Rim Trail in Canyonlands National Park has become revered as one of the finest OHV drives in the world. The trail clings to the precipitous canyon walls on narrow shelf roads, following the Green and Colorado rivers in a loop through the national park. The absolutely spectacular scenery along the route can be enjoyed by OHV enthusiasts.
In northwest Arizona and southwest Utah, the vast Arizona Strip OHV area has over 5,000 miles of dirt roads open to OHV travel. The roads traverse high desert and some ponderosa pine forest. The area is a combination of trails that makes a 63 mile loop (aka Arizona Strip Frontier ATV Trail).
East of Moab, the Hells Revenge 4x4 Trail is one of the most popular in the area for Jeeps. It is roughly 6.5 miles long and rolls over steep red rock terrain and some sandy sections. The route is marked with yellow paint and should not be confused with several crossings of the Slickrock Bike Trail.
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 1,000 miles of side trails and 1,500 miles of adjacent forest roads.
Northwest of Hurricane, the Sand Mountain Off-Highway Riding Area has 16,000 acres of red sand dunes open to OHV riding. OHV riding is allowed on the south and east sides of the Sand Hollow Reservoir. The OHV Staging Area can access the trail system through a tunnel under SR9.
East of Moab, the Fins And Things 4x4 Trail is a 9.4 mile route for Jeeps. The route is marked with metal signs and white symbols painted on the slickrock surface. The trail is on both sides of Sand Flats Road.
East of Cedar City and west of Bryce, the Paunsaugunt OHV Loop trail system has loops ranging from 20 to 75 miles open to Jeeps and 4WD vehicles. The Paunsaugunt Trail winds around the southern portion of the Paunsaugunt Plateau on existing roads and constructed OHV trail.
Near Escalante, the Hole-In-The-Rock Road is a 106 mile OHV route along the sandstone Escalante River canyons. The road retraces the rough route used by the Mormon pioneers that eventually settled at Bluff.
East of Salt Lake City, nearly 36,000 acres of sand dunes, hills, and mud flats located in the Great Salt Lake Desert make a perfect OHV play area, and Knolls is less than two hours away from Salt Lake City. There is plenty of off-road fun is waiting, but stay within the boundaries.