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This is a discussion on Paiute Trail System, Central Utah within the Wolverine Pictures / Videos forums, part of the General Discussions category; I live in Salina, UT and my everyday riding is done in the Paiute Trail system. I created this thread to share pics of places ...

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    Paiute Trail System, Central Utah

    I live in Salina, UT and my everyday riding is done in the Paiute Trail system. I created this thread to share pics of places I take my new X4 that are all around my house.
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    Lost Creek. about 15 minutes from home.Name:  20180601_170857.jpg
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    Old train tunnels. Always fun to cruise through!
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    Looks awesome. I love Utah.

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    I have been on the Paiute three times. The club ride will be there this fall. It is wonderful.
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    Very nice! Its an amazing area, soooooo many trails. I love it too. Do you come out for the Rocky Mountain ATV Jamboree or is it a private club trip?

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    We try to skip the jamboree and go just after it. It's not unusual to do 100+ miles a day on the Paiute. I know I put over 700 mi on my machine last. Time I was there.
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    Is there a good trail book for the Paiute Trails?
    I understand there is some trail width restrictions in places.
    Also any recommendations for motels/camping for good access to trail and rides to take.
    Is it a year around trail or does it get snowed in?

    While were talking Utah, does anyone have any experience on the Arapeen Trail system?

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    If my memory serves me correctly, I spent a long weekend down in that area at a small RV Park a good bit south of the Big Rock Candy Mountain store. Hotter than the inside of a barbequed billy goat. Very happy to be in a full service camp. Maybe 1000 ft above sea level all the way up around 4500 ish? Great country and differing types of terrain. Isn't that part of the trail system that runs from the U.S.- Mexico border all the way into Canada?
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    Quote Originally Posted by noload View Post
    Is there a good trail book for the Paiute Trails?
    I understand there is some trail width restrictions in places.
    Also any recommendations for motels/camping for good access to trail and rides to take.
    Is it a year around trail or does it get snowed in?

    While were talking Utah, does anyone have any experience on the Arapeen Trail system?
    We have stayed at Big Rock Candy once and Hoovers River Resort twice. We really like Hoovers River Resort, in Marysvale, UT the best. They have nice cabins and 6 nice RV spots along the river. Trail access is directly across the Hwy. for the trails to the West and there is trail access almost directly behind the resort for the trails to the East, North and South. You can ride for a week directly from Hoovers and never have to trailer. There are a few 50" trails but not a large percentage as compared to the total miles of trails available to ride. Hoovers also has a restaurant on-site that has good food and they sell ice. https://hooversriverresort.com/

    Another popular place is Liz and Charlies RV/ATV Park, in Marysvale, UT Lizzie and Charlies RV/ATV Park. Never have stayed there but have ridden through it a couple of times and it always seems like it is crowded and everyone seems to be on top of each other due to so many cabins and camp sites packed together. Liz and Charlies is about 4 miles South of Hoovers.

    Arapeen Trail System has more 50" trails than the other areas but still has a lot of great trails for SxS.

    There are so many must see sites if you go to Paiute. I would highly recommend taking 1 day and trailering down to Bryce Canyon Nat'l Park, park and unload just outside of the park (close to Ruby's Inn), and there are trails/roads that you can ride your SxS on and look down on the Pink Cliffs and "Hoodoos", not quite as good as being in the park but very good scenery. Can't ride OHVs in the Nat'l Park.

    There are some good paper maps and Charles A Wells has a book that describes the trails nicely.

    I feel sure it would get snowed in, you get up to 11,500 in elevation in a couple of the passes. There are several great trails, but 1 of my favorite is riding from Hoovers to the town of Beaver for a late lunch. It is a long day but great scenery.

    The only thing negative about Paiute can be the dust on some of the dirt roads to access the trails. It is not like Colorado dust which is heavier and settles out of the air fairly quickly. The Paiute dust is as fine as baby powder and I've seen it hang in the air for a 1/4 mile behind individual ATV/SxS riders when there is no wind to blow it away. You really have to spread out to keep from eating the person's dust in front of you, of course all of this depends on the amount of rainfall.

    What do you use for navigation, GPS, phone, tablet, something else, or just a paper map, and what app if you use an app?
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