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Utah Trails and Travel Maps By Field Office

The BLM in Utah manages nearly 8,000 miles of roads and over 2,000 miles of trails. This network of roads and trails is an integral part of Utah's infrastructure, providing access for recreation, commercial activities, and administrative operations - such as wildfire management and conservation efforts. The far-reaching benefits stemming from BLM Utah lands include resource harvesting and energy production as well as recreational opportunities, including scenic driving, camping, biking, hunting, and fishing. 

Growing travel demand have increased the public use of Utah's transportation network. These demands do not only affect the transportation system, but they also pose significant risk to the local ecosystems and America's cultural history. Before exploring this transportation network, please watch the movie below and review the Ten Travel Tips. Ride on designated routes and remember that respected access is open access.

Kanab

OHV Designations
Route Designations
Right of Way Restrictions

Moab

Designated Motorcycle/ATV Routes
Designated Mountain Bike Singletrack Trails
Travel Plan Maps Index
Travel Plan Maps Legend

Monticello

Travel Maps Index

Price

OHV Area Designations
OHV Route Designations

Richfield

OHV Area Designations
Route Designations

Georeferenced Richfield

Fremont River
Henry Mountains
North Wash
Piute County
Robbers Roost
Sevier County
Sevier, Piute, Sanpete and West Wayne Counties
Wayne County West
Sanpete County

Travel Tips

Ten tips for safe and responsible riding

  1. Stay on established trails. Cross-country travel can increase soil erosion, ignite wildfire, spread noxious weeds and damage wildlife habitat. 
  2. Always ride in control.  Ride within your abilities and your machine's capabilities.
  3. Always wear the appropriate safety gear.
  4. Only carry passengers if your off-highway vehicle, or OHV, is specifically designed to do so.
  5. Riders under the age of 16 should be supervised by a responsible adult at all times.
  6. Be prepared for an emergency.  Always carry a tool kit, spare parts, and a first aid kit..
  7. Respect closed areas and private property.  
  8. Avoid wet areas and waterways; they are a vital resource for plants and animals.
  9. Don’t cut switchbacks.  Taking shortcuts damages trails and causes erosion.
  10. Share the trails and make friends with other trail users.  

Contact Us

State Office Public Room

440 West 200 South, Ste. 500
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Hours: 7:45am - 4:30pm, M-F
Phone: 801-539-4001
Fax: 801-539-4237
Email: 
blm_ut_so_public_room@blm.gov