Best UTV in Utah
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00 :22 hrs
This road starts at Farmington Canyon and ends at Steed Creek. It is a relatively flat road and can get pretty dusty, but runs along the edge of the mountains.
Utah, Juab County
00 :09 hrs
Little Sahara Recreation Area features 60,000 acres of sand dunes and trails for OHV riding. This mapped location is the base of Sand Mountain, which is a popular hill climb that this area is best known for. There are miles of other trails/riding in the area.
Utah, Uintah County
00 :26 hrs
This adventure begins at Iron Spring Campground off Red Cloud Loop. It makes a loop using trails 251 & 252. You'll reach the top of ridge with views in all directions and then pass by Dyer Mine. There are several sections steep and rocky hill climbs.
00 :51 hrs
Beautiful Drive up above the B of Bountiful. It has great vistas of Davis County. It is a dirt road, but doesn't have any large obstacles.
Utah, Grand County
03 :58 hrs
This off-road trail has plenty of things to see like caves, old mining camp with cabins, arches, and impressive overlooks so it is perfect for a family drive. The trail follows below a line of sandstone cliffs. Most of the trail is dirt and sand but expect some steep and rocky sections with small ledges. Stock SUVs with high clearance and experienced driving can handle this route. This is the alternative starting point for UTVs/ATVs. SUVs can begin here as well.
Utah, Sanpete County
00 :01 hrs
This loop ride begins in Manti and rides to Bald Mountain and up to Skyline Drive. After reaching Skyline Drive the route heads south and returns to Manti via Lowery Fork. There are plenty of places to explore and beautiful scenery the entire way. Manti is OHV friendly as long as you obey the city OHV speed limit of 15 MPH you are permitted on the streets (except Hwy 89).
Utah, Iron County
09 :26 hrs
This is the longest route of the Markagunt loops. It travels through Bear Valley, Horse Valley, Panguitch Lake, Yankee Meadows, Sidney Valley, Red Desert area, and then dropping down into the Stout Canyon area. Several spur trails are also along the way for more exploring. There is a 62” restriction near Yankee Meadows so no full-size vehicles are allowed. Yankee Meadow is also a great place for camping.
Utah, Millard County
03 :19 hrs
Located in the Mountain Home Range, this loop gives you access to the Mountain Home Mountains OHV trails. The loop varies from old jeep trails to graded county roads. Most are wide enough to accommodate full-sized vehicles. There are several intersecting trails to add to your route. The area is very remote with no cell coverage or services nearby. Bring plenty of water and never ride alone.
Utah, Iron County
05 :36 hrs
This trail is loop number 2 of the Markagunt Trail System. It doesn’t see a lot of traffic so the trail is pretty thin in spots making it difficult for full-sized vehicles. It follows three-mile creek for a while then climbs out of the canyon bottom and descends to Sandy Creek. It intersects with Trail #1 and back to the start. Several spur trails branch off for more exploring.
Utah, Sevier County
02 :41 hrs
Located in Fishlake National Forest this trail begins at Gooseberry Campground. It follows Squaw Hollow Trail for 2 miles over technical terrain. The trail then intersects with Oak Ridge Road and follows the Great Western Trail till I-70. Once you hit Oak Ridge Road the trail is easy riding till I-70.
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