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Outfitters &


The Bureau of Land Management in Utah has an abundance and diversity of recreational opportunities and stunning landscapes that attract visitors from across the state, region, country and world. From mountain biking Moab to canyoneering in the San Rafael Swell; river running the Dirty Devil to OHV riding Little Sahara; driving Nine Mile Canyon to hunting in the Henry Mountains, BLM-Utah provides countless opportunities to explore 23 million acres.  

OHV Riding

Utah BLM provides thousands of miles of roads and trails for OHV use.  You will find varying levels of difficulty from easy family rides, to the steep and challenging trails. 

Utah OHV Laws and Rules

Tread Lightly ATV Brochure

Tread Lightly: Responsible ATV Riding

ATV ridersATV Sign for an Approved Route Temple Mountain

Cedar City 
The Cedar City Field Office oversees the Three Peaks Recreation Area that provides opportunities for OHV use, vehicle driving for pleasure, mountain biking and a myriad of other activities.

The Fillmore Field Office provides maps and descriptions for four OHV areas, including the Little Sahara Recreation Area.

Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument
GSENM covers 1.9 million acres of public lands in southern Utah, with over 900 miles of routes available for vehicle travel.

The Kanab Field Office manages OHV opportunities in both Hog Canyon and the Coral Pink Sand Dunes.

Moab has thousands of miles of 4-wheel drive routes that provide exciting opportunities for OHV riders.

The Price Field Office manages Temple Mountain, a former mining operation where roads left behind by the miners have been designated for OHV use.

The Richfield Field Office manages a portion of the popular Paiute ATV Trail System and the Great Western Trail.

Salt Lake
The Salt Lake Field Office manages a number of exciting OHV areas including Five Mile Pass, and Knolls OHV area. 

St. George
There are hundreds of miles of routes in the St. George Field Office area for four-wheel drive, ATV, and dirt bike enthusiasts.

Read about Utah BLM's OHV Management Approach and Designating Routes in the Land Use Planning Process or BLM's National Travel and Transportation Policy.