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The Ultimate Southern Utah Off Roading Experiences


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Your Guide To Get Out & Enjoy Utah’s Best Off-roading Trails!

Our incredible landscape offers snow capped mountains, swampy marshes, slippery sandstone, and sharp basalt.
It’s no wonder we’re world-renowned for our adventurous lifestyle here in Utah.

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The Ultimate Southern Utah Off Roading Experiences

  1. 1. The Ultimate Southern Utah Off Roading Experiences
  2. 2. HELLO! Our incredible landscape offers snow capped mountains, swampy marshes, slippery sandstone, and sharp basalt. It’s no wonder we’re world- renowned for our adventurous lifestyle here in Utah. 2
  3. 3. Before you start your next 4x4 adventure, brush up on off-roading rules in Utah. ● Clearly display a current OHV registration sticker. If you’re not local, you’re likely required to purchase a non-resident OHV permit for any off-roading vehicle you bring to Utah. ● 8 years old and younger may not drive OHV on public roads, land, or trails in the state of Utah. ● Riders ages 8-15 are required to have an Education Certificate either recognized by, or issued by the Utah State Parks. ● Drivers 16+ may operate OHVs with an OHV Education Certificate or a driver’s license. ● Always drive sober, maintain control of your vehicle, and stay on the trail. ● Most National Parks do NOT allow off-road vehicles to operate within their limits. 3
  4. 4. If you’re in the area come out off roading with us! The next time you’re looking for a wild ride, tag along with Dixie 4 Wheel Drive on our regular trail rides! 4 Click Here For Our Next Events
  5. 5. Keep these key Utah off roading safety tips in mind. ● Wear your seatbelt, always. ● Always let someone know where you’re going and when they can expect you to return. ● Always bring extra gear, supplies, and tools - just in case. Bring the necessary gear to see you through the night and to handle medical emergencies that may occur. ● Know the lowest points of your undercarriage to prevent damaging them while off-roading. ● Always go in pairs (or more). If you find yourself in a pinch, you’ll be glad you had another 4x4 to help you out. ● Practice and study your approach and departure angles. Also, know your breakover angle and avoid damaging your 4x4. ● Tie down loose items in the car. Bumpy terrain will send items flying. 5 More On The Next Page!
  6. 6. Keep these key Utah off roading safety tips in mind. ● If you can’t see what’s ahead of you, hop out of the vehicle and check it out on foot. ● A rule of thumb for speed “Drive as slow as possible and as fast as necessary.” ● Avoid breaking your thumb by never wrapping them around the steering wheel. ● Travel up and down hills straight on. Approaching or descending an incline at an angle puts your vehicle is more danger of tipping over. ● No one should be putting their arms, legs, or heads out the windows. ● Don’t hold onto the roll bar! Your natural instinct may tell you to grab hold. But if you roll over, you’re sure to break fingers and hands. ● Do not attempt to turn vehicles by hand. Use winch systems and other proper techniques to correct overturned vehicles. Be sure to check that all winch system parts are in working order before using. A failure in gear or rigging can be lethal to you and bystanders. 6
  7. 7. Always be prepared for things to go wrong on the trail. Consider joining us at Dixie 4 Wheel Drive for a off road training course where we review trail safety tactics. 7 Click Here For Our Next Training
  8. 8. Much Of Utah’s Best Offroading Trails Are Found In Southern Utah Let’s show you a few of our local favorites. 8
  9. 9. 9 Off Road Trail Ride From Apple Valley, Utah head to the Cane Beds in Kane, Arizona. You’ll be able to see Zion National Park in the distance. Continue on to Elephant Butte where you’ll see the views across Elephant Gap East Branch Virgin River Overlook to Warrior Walkway Easy See More Details On The Trail Click Here!
  10. 10. 10 Off Road Trail Ride Take highway 389 toward Fredonia and Kanab. Head along Johnson Canyon Road. (This route does have sections of deep sand.) You can see remains of ancient Native American homes and pottery. Once you’ve explored the granary and home remnants, head to Flag Point, (37, 3.798' N; 112 , 16.675' W) off Highway 89. At Flag Point, there are old dinosaur tracks and more petroglyphs Flag Point and Seaman Canyon Moderate See More Details On The Trail Click Here!
  11. 11. 11 Off Road Trail Ride Just over the Utah border in Riverside, Nevada, near Mesquite, you can run some trails and visit some very popular and relatively easily accessible petroglyph panels. Bands of Archaic hunter-gatherers lived here, followed by the Virgin Branch of the Kayenta Anasazi. Enjoy one of the longest petroglyphs panels around. Bunkerville to Lake Mead - 21 Sheep and Falling Man Petroglyphs Easy See More Details On The Trail Click Here!
  12. 12. 12 Off Road Trail Ride This ride starts in La Verkin, Utah. Work on the canal was difficult and dangerous. After eleven years of tenacious effort, the Hurricane Canal was finished in 1904, providing water for 2,000 acres of farmland. Visit the Eagle Crags for a unique view of Zion National Park, away from the crowds and tourists. You’ll find access by Jeep at Rockville - South of the south entrance to Zion National Park. From the Eagle Crags, take to the Smithsonian Mesa. Hurricane Canal and Zion Vistas Easy See More Details On The Trail Click Here!
  13. 13. 13 Off Road Trail Ride Leave Diamond Valley and pass through Veyo. Turn off Highway 18 at Baker Dam Reservoir. The snow during the winter can be multiple feet deep. Air down your tires for low PSI to provide excellent snow traction. High ground clearance is recommended. Differential lockers are also a huge help in the snow. You’ll drop down into Pine Valley from this route. You can then take Grass Valley Road toward Pinto. From here, you can ride over the mountain to New Harmony and I-15. Snow Drive - Baker Reservoir, Pine Valley, Pinto Area Moderate / Difficult See More Details On The Trail Click Here!
  14. 14. 14 Off Road Trail Ride From Saint George, Utah take Highway 18 toward Enterprise, Utah. In Enterprise, turn right and stay on Highway 18. Continue to the intersection of Beryl Junction and Highway 56. Drive west to Modena and take Modena Canyon Road. You’ll then go toward Hamblin Valley and pass through the mining town/ghost town of Stateline, Utah. Diamond Valley to Stateline Mine, Hackett Ranch and Jenny Mine Easy See More Details On The Trail Click Here!
  15. 15. 15 Off Road Trail Ride Head through the Cane Beds and past the Coral Pink Sand Dunes to find the parking lot for Peek-a-boo trail head. This trail is about a 30 miles loop. There are lots of beautiful elements incorporated into the landscape. You’ll see tall red rock, white sand stone, and lots of sand. You can hop out of your vehicle and climb through Red Slot canyon. This ride has deep sand and steep hills and can be challenging for many offroad vehicles. Slot Canyons - Peek-a-boo/Red Canyon, Kanab, Utah Moderate See More Details On The Trail Click Here!
  16. 16. 16 Off Road Trail Ride Take the only highway through Toquerville, turn onto Spring Street-shortly after crossing the bridge. This will be your road for the next 5.8 miles. Four-wheel drive and high clearance is highly recommended. Stay right at the first fork you come across- 3.5 miles from Toquerville. The trail from Toquerville is scenic, including some very nice panoramas. The road is not at all technically difficult but includes some relatively steep, scratchy and rocky grades. Toquerville Falls to the Communication Towers to Browse Moderate See More Details On The Trail Click Here!
  17. 17. 17 Off Road Trail Ride Smithsonian Butte National Back Country Byway travels between Rockville, Utah and Apple Valley, Utah, on State Route 59. The Back Country Byway takes visitors between the Virgin River in Rockville, through the pinyon pine- juniper woodlands topping out at an elevation of 4,920, and to the sagebrush desert at the Big Plain Junction. The ghost town of Grafton and the surrounding area boasts tons of history and is well worth the visit. Gooseberry Mesa to the "Ghost Town of Grafton" Easy See More Details On The Trail Click Here!
  18. 18. 18 Off Road Trail Ride This Red Creek Reservoir is full of rainbow trout and is a great pit stop for fishing. On this trail, you’ll climb to elevations of over 10k feet. Once you pass Panguitch Lake, look for Clear Creek Canyon Road. You’ll see the Clear Creek Canyon Ranch and its beautiful scenery. This route also offers views of Yankee Meadows. Yankee Meadows Reservoir stretches 53 acres near Parowan, Utah. Paragonah to Red Creek Reservoir to Panguitch Lake to Yankee Meadows Easy See More Details On The Trail Click Here!
  19. 19. Review where southern Utah off roaders have been! We have been all over southern Utah. Consider looking over our past local trail rides with friends. 19 Click Here To Review Our Past Trail Rides
  20. 20. Looking for challenging rock crawling trails. Check out the free maps we have created of Sand Hollow State Parks OHV Trails! 20
  21. 21. 20,611 Acres That’s a lot of sand and rocks! ~21 Trails World class trails! 183,691 Visitors And a lot of people having fun. (2011) 21 Click Here To Hear About Our FREE Trail Maps
  22. 22. Get Out & Enjoy Utah’s Best Offroading Trails! Think of us when you need consider your next vehicle modification! 22