Local Off Road trails with OnX files, photos, and descriptions
There are miles and miles of trails out here, these a just a few. We will be constantly adding to this page with new info as fast as we can get out ride and explore.
Short rides - these are great if you want to combine a few for a full day, or just to get and do a quick trip after you arrive in camp and get set up. click here
Medium length rides - For when you want something a little longer, maybe go slower, take pictures and make a full day out of the rides. click here
Long (full day) rides - These are full day rides. Pack a lunch, and take supplies and hopefully ride with others in case of breakdowns. click here
Utah is known for having some of the best off-roading trails in the United States. The state has a diverse landscape, ranging from desert to mountain terrain, which makes it a popular destination for off-road enthusiasts.
Utah is known for having many scenic and challenging off-road trails, and Wayne County has hundreds of miles of trails that are suitable for off-road vehicles. It's always a good idea to research the specific trails you plan to ride and to obtain any necessary permits or permissions before embarking on an off-road adventure. Additionally, it's important to follow all applicable laws and regulations and to practice safe and responsible off-roading.
Beginning January 1, 2023, Utah will require all off-highway vehicle operators to complete the Utah Off-Highway Vehicle Education Course.
What are some of the must have supplies for off-roading?
Here are some essential supplies to bring on an off-road adventure:
Water: It's important to stay hydrated, especially when you're engaging in strenuous outdoor activities.
Food: Pack non-perishable snacks and meals to keep your energy levels up while you're out on the trail.
Spare tire: A flat tire can ruin an off-road trip, so it's a good idea to bring a spare tire (and the tools needed to change it) with you.
First-aid kit: Accidents can happen, so it's important to be prepared with a well-stocked first-aid kit.
Recovery gear: This could include items like a winch, tow strap, and shovel. These can be helpful if you get stuck or need to assist another vehicle.
Navigation and communication equipment: A map, compass, and a two-way radio or satellite phone can be essential for staying on course and staying in touch with others.
Emergency supplies: Pack a flashlight, extra batteries, and a whistle in case of an emergency.
Protective gear: Depending on the type of off-roading you're doing, you may need protective gear such as helmets, gloves, and knee and elbow pads.
Tools and maintenance supplies: Bring along tools and supplies like a jack, lug wrench, and a tire pressure gauge to keep your vehicle in good working order.
Clothing and personal items: Pack appropriate clothing and personal items like sunscreen, insect repellent, and sunglasses.
It's always a good idea to customize your packing list based on the specific needs of your trip.