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Flashman

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Posted: 05/01/21 05:35pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Kanab Utah if you like ATV/UTV riding. Stunning views and endless trails. Hanksville Utah is a close 2nd.

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Flashman wrote:

Kanab Utah if you like ATV/UTV riding. Stunning views and endless trails. Hanksville Utah is a close 2nd.

It's been years since our Utah trip at the time we had ATVs and recall many of the trails were strictly limited to 50" or less, has that changed much? We've been debating of getting a UTV but unsure how many of the trails would be closed off currently. Any thougths?


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Posted: 05/12/21 09:19am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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I'd say Colorado. Moab is nice, CA has some long desert rides, but here you get single track, mountain passes, great street rides, interesting towns.

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Y-Guy wrote:

Flashman wrote:

Kanab Utah if you like ATV/UTV riding. Stunning views and endless trails. Hanksville Utah is a close 2nd.

It's been years since our Utah trip at the time we had ATVs and recall many of the trails were strictly limited to 50" or less, has that changed much? We've been debating of getting a UTV but unsure how many of the trails would be closed off currently. Any thougths?


Many Utah trails have 50 inch posts. We used to run our first generation rzr thru all that we could. There's still dirt roads out there, jeep trails you can put a new generation utv on. Colorado and Wyoming also have some nice trails. I'm a dirt biker so we usually select stuff more intimate with the land. Good luck

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Thanks cbigham!

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I'd say Colorado. Moab is nice, CA has some long desert rides, but here you get single track, mountain passes, great street rides, interesting towns.


that's beautiful!! Idaho has a lot of singletrack trails!


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