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Utah ATVUinta Basin. In the Ashley National Forest, nestled in yellow rock formations at the foot of the Uinta Mountains, is the Yellowstone ATV Trail. The Petty Mountain Loop portion is 24-miles-long, and the Dry Gulch Loop covers 32-miles. This trail system is 43 miles north of Roosevelt, via state hwy 87 to the town of Mountain Home, then into the forest on Forest Service Rd. 119.

Dinosaur National Monument and Vicinity. On Diamond Mountain Plateau, and in Browns Park between Dinosaur National Monument and the Green River, four-wheel-drive enthusiasts can explore the rugged terrain where Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch wandered.

Dinosaurland Travel Region (435-789-6932) can provide more information on this area.

Book Cliffs and San Rafael Swell. Southeast of Price, the wild Book Cliffs are off the beaten path by anyone's standards. Both north and south of I-70, in eastern Utah, are dozens of rugged, unpaved roads for exploring the backcountry throughout the San Rafael Swell.

Castle Country Travel Region (435-637-3009) can provide more information on this area.

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