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 Utah Travel Center Activities ATV • Southeastern

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Utah ATVMoab and Vicinity. Southeastern Utah has been called the off-highway vehicle capital of the world. The famed Moab Jeep Safari, held every Easter weekend, attracts hundreds of four-wheel-drive enthusiasts who come to explore the area's driving challenges, such as the Moab Rim, Poison Spider Mesa and other BLM routes. Participation in this popular event is allocated by an advance registration lottery system, but the event also draws non-registered participants as well.

One of the most talked about four-wheel drive roads in southern Utah is Elephant Hill in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. Also in the park, the White Rim Trail loops around the Island in the Sky mesa for over 100 miles, reservations and permits are required for this adventure.

West of Blanding a 38-mile dirt and gravel road travels over Bears Ears in the Abajo Mountains to Natural Bridges National Monument and connects to forest roads that drop into Beef Basin or continue on to Monticello.

Canyonlands Travel Region (435-259-8825 north, 435-587-3235 south) can provide more information on this area.

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