Fishlake National Forest

Off Road Vehicle Access in Fishlake Nat'l Forest

Beaver Side Trail

The town of Beaver sits on the far south western corner of the Paiute ATV Trail system on interstate 15 and is the closest trail head for riders coming from Las Vegas or southern California .The town gets its name from the thousands of beaver found in the river ...

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Cassidy Trail

The trail begins in Red Canyon and goes for 8.7 miles to Casto Canyon. This single track trail is for horses, bikes or foot traffic and is not open for any OHV?s. The trail travels north to the ridge between Red Canyon and Losee Canyon and then north again ...

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Casto Canyon / Peterson Trail

Start from either of 2 locations to get to the trailhead. From Panguitch head South along Hwy 89, (shoulder of the road only) towards the first dirt road on the left just prior to going up the hill. This dirt road takes you past the dump and continues along ...

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Circleville - Koosharem

Starting at the 6,000 foot elevation at Circleville the trail rises to about 7,500 feet along the northwest slopes of Mount Dutton before descending to 6,170 feet in Kingston Canyon. From there it rises to nearly 10,000 feet near Langdon Mountain then descends to about the 6,950 foot level ...

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Filmore Loop

Fillmore is the low point of this loop at 5,150 feet. The north leg of the loop rises gently along Chalk Creek to 6,400 feet before climbing the north wall of the canyon to a high point of 9,500 feet and then joining the main trail at 9,200 feet. ...

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Fish Lake Snowmobile Complex

Fish Lake is a natural lake formed by waters accumulated in a large fold in the earths crust. The lake is located at an elevation of 8,800 feet, has a surface area of approximately 2,600 acres, and a maximum depth of 120 feet. Winter fishing opportunities are plentiful for ...

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Fremont Park - Circleville

Starting at the 5,800 foot elevation at Fremont Indian State Park, the trail follows Mill Creek up to the old mining town of Kimberly at 9,400 feet. It then crosses to the Beaver Creek drainage and the Marysvale Loop at about 8,800 feet. Following Beaver Creek for about six ...

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Fremont Trail

Riders can travel over 50 miles on the Fremont ATV Trail between Tropic Reservoir on the Paunsaugunt Plateau to where it connects to the Paiute Trail in Circleville, Utah. The Fremont Trail travels north from Tropic Reservoir, crossing Highway 12 at the Tom Best Road junction. This portion of ...

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Gooseberry ATV Trails

The Gooseberry ATV Trails offer a wide variety of terrain for all riders. Some trails are easy, some are harder, and some are difficult. Be sure to read the trail signs and only take trails within your skill level. Please honor closures and warnings. They are there for your ...

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Great Western Trail

The Great Western Trail (GWT) is actually much more than a trail, but rather a corridor of trails and passageways designed to serve the many types of trail interests and users. Using whatever was available, travelers in the Old West made their way by foot or horseback, or by ...

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Hatch to Panguitch Lake Trail

There are several trails around Panguitch Lake for ATV and snowmobile use. Trail users are strongly advised to purchase a trail map from the Dixie National Forest Service Offices located in Cedar City or at the visitor center in Duck Creek (summer ...

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Haycock Mountain / Black Rock Trail

There are approximately 34.6 miles of routes in this trail. All routes are roads. Some are graded. A few are just Jeep trails. This is a great family ride. Directions South on I-15, east on SR 20 and south on US 89 to Panguitch. The trail may be accessed from several points. From Panguitch, take SR 143 ...

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Konosh Side Trail

The town of Konosh is located at 4,620 feet elevation. After leaving the town, the ATV side trail gently rises as it heads southeast into Konosh Canyon. It follows Corn Creek, eventually turning south to follow Second Creek. The side trail joins the main Paiute ATV trail only nine ...

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Koosharem - Salina

The Koosharem to Salina segment is the low elevation leg of the Paiute ATV Trail. With the highest elevation about 7,650 feet. Starting out at about 6,950 feet at Koosharem the trail rises to nearly 7,200 feet on the rid north of Burrville. Plateau Valley is at about 7,000 ...

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Marysvale Loop

The town of Marysvale is located at 5,850 feet elevation. From there the trail westward rises to 6,000 feet at the mouth of Beaver Creek Canyon and then to 9,500 feet at the western junction with the main trail. Going eastward the loop trail descends to 5,832 feet at ...

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