Riders access the Arapeen Trail System in the North, the Paiute Trail System going south, and the Gooseberry Trail System that connects them through the middle. Each of these extensive and world-class off-road trails is accessible from a base camp in Sevier County.
Winding 28 miles through Northern Utah’s Summit County, the Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail travels through some of the state’s most scenic terrain, from the storybook streets of Park City to rolling farmland and wildlife-rich wetlands near Silver Creek Canyon.
An easy 20-minute trip south from Park City, the Coyote Canyon Trail is a gorgeous 20-mile loop that undulates through the sprawling expanses of Heber Valley and showcases some of its best features along the way.
Two and a half hours from Moab, this isolated pocket of Canyonlands National Park holds a secret: one of North America’s most significant displays of ancient rock art adorning the canyon walls.
The Deep Canyon Trail is a challenging trail with big rewards. You’ll have views of both the Cache and Salt Lake Valleys and the Wellsville Mountains in Northern Utah.
Enjoy this scenic hike up Logan Canyon through aspens with mountain vistas along the way to an ancient juniper tree. All abilities are welcome.
Enjoy some of the best trout fishing in Utah while spending a quiet weekend nestled in the spectacular Manti-La Sal Mountains at Scofield State Park. Sitting at 7,600 feet above sea level it a great spot to enjoy cooler temps in the summer with splashing around in the reservoir.
Spend some time at Hyrum Reservoir and you’ll discover that crisp clear water and a spot on the grass are all you really need for a relaxing getaway. Throw in pristine mountain views and a shady spot to set up camp and consider your summer vacation plans as good as done.
Rockport Reservoir and State Park is just a 45-minute drive from Salt Lake City and is a wonderful place to cool off on a hot day, hang out on the water and get some sun, or cast a line and see what you can reel in.
With 3,495 surface acres of water and 23 miles of coastline, Starvation State Park is home to some of the most unique recreational opportunities in the state: a far-reaching wonderland for watersports and fishing, with plenty of secret spots and beaches to find your own little cove of paradise.