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 Utah Travel Center Activities ATV • Southwestern


Preferred Guides & Outfitters
ATV & Jeep Wilderness Tours Bryce Canyon Scenic Tours
Bryce Canyon ATV Tours Zion ATV Tours
Mild 2 Wild Rhino Tours Ruby’s Inn ATV & OHV Trails

Utah ATVCapitol Reef National Park and Vicinity. Boulder Mountain, south of state hwy 24, has many roads that are excellent for four-wheel-drive-vehicles, and provide exceptional views.

North of Boulder Mountain over the back of Thousand Lake Mountain via Loa and Fremont is a ruggedly scenic twenty-five mile ride to Cathedral Valley in the backcountry of Capitol Reef National Park.

Burr Trail. One of the most popular drives in southern Utah is the Burr Trail. From Boulder, it extends for sixty-six miles through BLM's Long Canyon and Circle Cliffs, the Waterpocket Fold of Capitol Reef National Park, and other amazing scenery to state hwy 276 above Bullfrog Marina on Lake Powell. Although most of this road is paved, inquire locally about conditions on the unpaved portions.

Capitol Reef Country (800-858-7951) can provide more information on this area.

Dixie National Forest. In southwestern Utah, the East Fork trail system of the Dixie National Forest begins at Tropic Reservoir. These mountain roads are challenging and scenic, but use caution as some forest roads are closed for logging operations.

Garfield County (800-444-6689) can provide more information on this area.

Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. Three-thousand acres of brightly colored sand dunes invite OHV use at this colorful state park.

Escalante. A 60-mile drive from Escalante southeast on BLM land to the famous Hole-in-the-Rock overlooking Lake Powell affords unusual scenery along the Kaiparowits Plateau.

Kane County (435-644-5033) can provide more information on this area.

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