Utah is known for its beautiful terrains. Any ATV rider should have the opportunity to get to ride in Utah. However, the options are limitless with rocky terrain, mountain terrain, wetlands and desert terrain. Southeast Utah offers fewer options for terrain. This is helpful if you are overwhelmed with choices and would simply like to ride a trail.
Wolverine Ridge Loop
Wolverine Ridge is on the north slope of the Uinta Mountains, close to the infamous Bear River. It offers quick and easy loops as well as the long and tough Wolverine Loop, which is 16 miles and requires experience. If that's not what you are looking for, try the 2.3-mile dirt road to Lily Lake. This is ideal for families and beginners.
The Arapeen Trail
The Arapeen Trail is located in the Manti-La Sal National Forest and offers well more than 350 miles of ATV trails. The center of this trail is the beautiful and massive South Skyline Drive. It is 58 miles from Utah Highway 31, north to the Fishlake National Forest boundary on the south. There are some sections that are only passable by ATVs. However, be aware of other outdoor enthusiasts who may be riding horses, bicycles or simply hiking.
Mineral Fork Trail
This trail is up on Cotton Wood Canyon and begins with a bit of a climb up a mountain where you pass beautiful streams and waterfalls. There are tricky parts of this trail that include squeezing your ATV between two fallen boulders. However, the history is deep when you pass the Wasatch Mine and riders are surrounded by deer, mountain goats and birds of all types.