This guide serves as an introduction to the PAIUTE ATV Trail for those planning a first time ride. It describes conditions and attractions along the Trail and indicates what equipment and precautions should be used for a safe and enjoyable ride. The guide should be used with one of the several available maps of the Trail to plan your trips. Page after page of detailed information on the Paiute ATV Trails. Photos, Maps, GPS Data for every intersection and point of interest on the trail, Tip and Tricks for riding the Paiute ATV Trails. Divided into the major sections of this mammoth trail system and includes information on how to access the trails from each community surrounding the trail system and much more.
"#708 Paiute ATV Trail System Map"
ALL NEWLY REVISED MAP
- Contains NEW Trails not shown on previous versions.
- Contains numerous trail number changes.
- Contains trail width designations for side by side use.
- Contains ALL NEW 60" UTV trail designations.
- Contains MORE GPS location information.
- Contains updated City Street ATV routes for the local communities.
This National Geographic -Trails Illustrated® folded map is your essential guide for outdoor exploration in Utah's Paiute ATV Trail area. The brilliantly illustrated topographical representation shows all trails, campsites, and recreational features, plus relevant info on wildlife, history, geology, and archeology.
Coverage includes Fishlake National, BLM- Sevier River Resource Area. Millard, Sevier and Paiute counties. Complete map of Paiute ATV Trail with adjoining loop trails and town access maps. Fillmore, Richfield, Koosharem, Marysvale, Greenwich and Circleville. Piute, Otter Creek, Rocky Ford, Koosharem and Three Creeks reservoirs. All data is updated to reflect road closings, new trails, and campground relocation. Printed on waterproof, tear-resistant material with a plastic coating that offers supreme durability for your next outdoor adventure.
Map Measures 4" x 9" folded and 28" x 32" fully opened. Scale of 1:90,000.
There are some things you might like to know before you dive in here.
The Paiute ATV Trail is really, really BIG. If you are not used to true wide open spaces, it can be intimidating and confusing, and there are never enough signs for some people. The Trail is located in the middle of some of the largest public lands in the nation. If you come from the East coast, this idea that Utah is 63.0% owned by the federal government and that the State of Utah owns another 10.1% is hard to imagine. This means that the State of Utah is 73.1% public lands. Let us help break this down for you. The four Utah counties that bound the Paiute ATV Trail system are Beaver, Millard, Piute and Sevier. Sevier contain 987,720 acres of public land; Piute contains 422,907 acres of public land. Since these are rather foggy numbers, remember that an acre is about the size of a football field without the end zones. If you were to line them up you would have 80,149 MILES of public football fields. Of course, you can't ride your ATV on every single acre. Most of them are just there for you to look at, an amazing view we must say. Now consider that the surrounding counties of Beaver, Wayne and Garfield would increase this number to 6,910,888 acres of public land, our football fields now stretch for a whopping 392,664 MILES. The entire state of Utah contains 40,065,561 +/- acres of public land. We're sorry but our calculator blew a fuse trying to sort out the football thing for you.
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- Offers guidance for ATV'ers, and other outdoor enthusiasts who own or are thinking of exploring the Paiute ATV Trail System.
- Provides information and maps on how to navigate this immense trail system.
- Provides information on how to navigate in and out of each of the many ATV friendly communities surrounding the Paiute ATV Trail System.
- Provides GPS (global positioning system) data on intersections and trail heads.
- Provides useful practical information on what to expect and where to ride.