The Hog Canyon designated route system was officially established in 2005, and offers approximately 30 miles of routes ranging from easy to extremely difficult.
Maps of the routes are posted at entry kiosks on the eastern and western portals, and are also available at the BLM Kanab Field Office or the Kane County Office of Tourism in Kanab. Hog Canyon is located approximately three miles north of Kanab.
Please pay attention to the route difficulty ratings, since certain route segments may be extremely sandy, steep and/or rocky. When in doubt, park your vehicle and scout ahead!
Another popular off-roading venue is the Coral Pink Sand Dunes, located about 20 miles west of Kanab. Dunes enthusiasts can travel over 1500 acres of open sand dunes covering the Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park and the extreme northern end of BLM's Moquith Mountain Wilderness Study Area.
Please observe proper OHV etiquette and Wilderness Study Area (WSA) regulations when travelling in the Moquith Mountain WSA.
OHV organizations and clubs operating within Kane and Garfield Counties include the Canyon Country 4x4 Club, the UT/AZ ATV Club, and the Garfield County trails committee.