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ATV / UTV Rides - August 24 & 25, 2018

Around here when we hear about “Trail Days”, the first thing we think of is the Paiute ATV Trail. The Paiute ATV Trail System is a nearly 900 mile network that crosses multiple mountain ranges ranging in elevation from 5200 to over 11,400 feet. It spans several counties and connects 16 small southern Utah communities that welcome riders with open arms.

Back in the summer of 1998, an idea was hatched as two local men sat on the tailgate of a pickup truck and contemplated the closure of some of their favorite roads to ATV use. That day they wondered if it would be possible to build some trails on public lands and connect them together as a trial system. That idea has grown since then into what we now know as the Paiute Trail System. We would love to take you to see some of our favorite trails and show you some of the most beautiful scenery you will ever see. Come ride with us and let us show you what the Paiute Trail System is all about.

ATV & UTV Ride Highlights

Registration Includes

  • $25 per participant per day or
    $40 per participant for both days
  • A Long Sleeve Trail Days T-Shirt
  • A Trail Days 2018 Pin
  • Lunch Provided by the Richfield Lion’s Club
  • Ride is limited to 50 machines/day
Course

Friday August 24th

Leave from the Monroe EMS Building at 9:00 am and head up Monroe Canyon toward our eventual destination of Manning Reservoir where lunch will be waiting and provided by The Richfield Lion’s Club. There will be two separate rides, one ride for 50” or less machines and one for over 50” machines, but we will all hopefully meet and have lunch together. Both rides will be beginner to intermediate and will be about 60 miles in length. After lunch we will head back down the mountain and get to the valley in time to enjoy the festivities at the Richfield City Park.

Course

Saturday August 25th

We will leave from the Richfield City Park at 9:00 am and head up the Pahvant Mountain toward our eventual destination of Adelaide Campground where lunch will be waiting and provided again by the Richfield Lion’s Club. There will be two separate rides, one for 50” or less machines and one for over 50” machines, but we will hopefully meet and have lunch together. Both rides will be beginner to intermediate and will be about 60 miles in length. After lunch we will head back down the mountain and get to the valley in time to enjoy the festivities on the Richfield City Park.

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