www.ATVUtah.com Your Home for ATV Info in Utah

You too can advertise on ATVUtah.com

Home Chat Forums Contents - Search Shopping ATVUtah Merchandise
Previous Page
Paiute page 21

Create seamless, customized, photo-quality maps...


TOPO! interactive mapping software enables you to create your own seamless, customized topographic maps.
TOPO! screenshot

Easy-to-use tools allow you to draw routes, calculate elevation profiles, add your own notes to the maps, and more.
Click Here For More

 

"Know Before You Go!"
Off Highway Vehicle Education program.

 

Help Promote Responsible Land Use Support these Groups
BRC

Blue Ribbon Coalition

 

TreadLightly!
Tread Lightly!

 

Utah Shared Access Alliance

USA-ALL is composed of folks who are interested in equal access and recreation on public lands.

 


The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council

 

 

 
 
|    Back    |      Home      |      Next      |

The eastern leg out of Marysvale is quite different from the western one. Instead of starting to rise straight out of town, the trail first descends to the Sevier River. After crossing this river, the trail heads northward across the Sevier's floodplain, which is lush green farm land. As the trail rises out of the floodplain it turns about 150 degrees and heads southward toward the mouth of Dry Creek. There are numerous uranium mines in this area that were active in the 1940s and 1950s. In fact, with gold and silver in the first part of the century and uranium in the middle part, Marysvale's history is closely tied to the mining of its surrounding mountains.

From the southward turn to the mouth of Dry Creek Can yon the road crosses a gently rolling sagebrush plain. The road is generally smooth with good sight distances, but never-the-less requires caution. Entering Dry Fork Canyon the character of the road changes dramatically; the canyon is very narrow, the road rough, and sight distances are short. From the sagebrush the road rapidly enters the riparian vegetation of cottonwood and willow while the hillsides go from pinyon and juniper to spruce and fir. Openings in the vegetation provide spectacular views of volcanic cliffs rising on both sides of the canyon. When the trail suddenly breaks out into more gentle topography this leg of the Marysvale Loop joins the main Paiute Trail.


continued next page |    Back    |      Home      |      Next      |

  
   
   
   
  Make payments with PayPal - it's fast, free and secure!  
  NEW "Paiute ATV Trail Guide Book".   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.
Click Here for More details.
 
  Make payments with PayPal - it's fast, free and secure!  
Trails Illustrated topographic maps are designed to take you into the wilderness and back. Printed on durable tear-resistant, waterproof material, this map can go virtually anywhere you do!
Click here for details.
     
Sponsors
Needed
Your Ad
Can Go Here!
Contact Us
Click Here
to request
Details.
Multiple Website
Advertising
Special.
Buy 1 Banner
and
Get Advertising
on Multiple  Websites.
for one low single
ad price.
 
   
Send mail to our webmaster with questions or comments about this web site.
A Bushman Web Services Creation[
Copyright 1996 - ATVUTAH.COM ]  [ Privacy Policy ]
Last modified: Wednesday, September 26, 2018