Do I Need to Stay on Existing Trails In All Areas?
Knowing if you need to stay on existing trails or blaze your own, will help you get on the dirt faster, so you can ride longer.
Riding an Off Highway Vehicle can bring a lot of adventure and new plans to your year. We are talking about the most exciting scenes and places you could take your new ride in Utah, and the ins and outs of existing trails or free riding they encompass.
There are a few parts of the sand dunes that will offer riding to the motorists out there. Although there are not usually any existing trails in the sand ( usually), there are certain places to go to get the most experience out of your venture.
-White Sand Dunes: Located on the North end of the recreation area, this spot is for all levels of riders.
-Black Mountain: This area does have a variety of dirt trails all around. Riding encompasses the skill level of all ages.
-Sand Mountain: The prime spot for the most action is this 700 foot climb. You will definitely get your thrill riding here and see a lot of other riders doing the same.
Zions National Park
ATVs are not allowed to be driven in Zions National Park or Grand Canyon National Parks. There are a few areas around that will provide some riding options. Sand Hollow State Park and Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park are two that are a must see if traveling to St George, Utah.
Bryce canyon has no free riding available inside the park. If you do want to ride your ATV there, you will have to sign up for a guided ATV tour. In the forest nearby, there are trails specially made to ride your off road vehicle. Here are a few of the existing marked trails you can ride on.
-Paunsaugunt ATV Trail: Located in the Dixie National Forest, you have a spectacular view of redrock and pine. It has over 76 miles of trails to discover with more than 20 additional trails for four wheel drive vehicles including ATVs.
-Fremont ATV Trail: This trail is over 50 miles in length and has breathtaking scenery the whole way through.
-Pine Lake OHV Trail:This is a loop trail from Pine Lake to Powell Point with an elevation of 10,000 feet. It ends back at Pine Lake.
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Riding on existing trails while your plowing through the dirt and mud can still offer excitement and edge to your UTV and ATV experience. Here at TerraRider UTV Windshields and Accessories, we want to give you the best information possible, so you can be prepared and make a lot of memories. We are located in Salt Lake City, Utah, and would love to meet you and talk with you about your UTV needs. Stop by or give us a call at (801)-923- 6347. Contact us today!