Best UTV in Alaska

Trying to find the best UTV in Alaska? Bivy has great hiking, biking, paddling, climbing, skiing, riding and more, with hand-curated trail maps, as well as detailed driving directions.

1

Alaska, Sitka

00 :20 hrs
1.8 mi
67.762 ft
Unknown

This trail is located on Baranof Island and can only be reached by plane or by sea. The trail is hard packed gravel with moderate elevation changes. A spark arresting exhaust silencer or end cap is required for all vehicles. There is a 96DB noise limit and the max width is 50 inches wide.

2

Alaska, Valdez-Cordova County

01 :21 hrs
7.2 mi
297.15497 ft
Unknown

The Middle Fork Trail is a mutli-use trail on the west side of the Richardson Highway. It is very popular and sees a lot of visitors. You will enjoy awesome views of Paxson lake and surrounding mountains. Be respectful of others recreating as it is open to foot traffic also.

3

Alaska, Matanuska-Susitna County

00 :24 hrs
2.2 mi
228.095 ft
Unknown

The Permanente Trail is part of the Chickaloon Trail System and begins at the Permanente Trailhead. This section is easier than some of the others in the area. Expect muddy cold weather, muddy conditions with possible water crossings. There is limited parking at the trailhead.

4

Alaska, Fairbanks North Star County

01 :12 hrs
6.5 mi
454.38297 ft
Unknown

The Circle Fairbanks Historic Trail follows an old mining trail with beautiful scenery in all directions. It begins at the Cleary Summit Staging. Expect several sharp rocks, creek crossings. A spark arresting exhaust silencer or end cap is required for all vehicles.

5

Alaska, Kenai Peninsula County

00 :41 hrs
3.5 mi
19.157997 ft
Unknown

Beginning from Clam Gulch Staging Area, this area is known as “The Hills”. You’ll find miles of old and rugged mining roads. The terrain can get muddy with deep water puddles. A spark arresting exhaust silencer or end cap is required for all vehicles.

6

Alaska, Matanuska-Susitna County

01 :18 hrs
7 mi
167.86499 ft
Unknown

The Purinton Creek Trail is part of the Chickaloon-Knik-Nelchina Trail. It is a difficult trail but offers some beautiful scenery. Expect lots of deep mud and water puddles. A spark arresting exhaust silencer or end cap is required for all vehicles.

7

Alaska, Unorganized Borough County

00 :52 hrs
4.5 mi
196.19598 ft
Unknown

Red Rock Canyon Trail follows an old mining road that winds through federal and private lands. Most of the trail is hard-packed gravel with a few areas of sharp rocks and some creek crossings. It will be covered in snow late into the spring and offers some spectacular scenery. A spark arresting exhaust silencer or end cap is required for all vehicles.

8

Alaska, Matanuska-Susitna County

00 :44 hrs
4 mi
431.11902 ft
Unknown

The Pinochle Creek Trail is located north of the Glenn Highway and follows along Hicks Creek. It is an easy trail during dry weather but can be difficult with wet weather. Prepare for mud bogs and deep water crossings.

9

Alaska, Valdez-Cordova County

02 :31 hrs
13 mi
178.80301 ft
Unknown

The Klutina Lake Trail follows along a beautiful river and ends at the lake. The road is rough and muddy. Vehicles need high clearance and a spark arresting exhaust silencer or end cap is required for all vehicles.

10

Alaska, Matanuska-Susitna County

03 :59 hrs
20.1 mi
41.073 ft
Unknown

This is a popular off-road trail with good reason. It is not a difficult trail and travels to the sand dunes, and then back to the glacier. The trail surface is silty, almost always wet (when not frozen), and rutted. You will find sand, water, and glacial silt. The creeks and rivers can exceed 4 feet in places when not frozen so be cautious when crossing. A stock SUV with high clearance is suitable.

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