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ATV Adventures: The Arapeen OHV Jamboree – big fun in little Ferron

The dates are set for Sept. 4 through 6 and registration is open for the annual Arapeen OHV Jamboree in Ferron. Six jamborees showcase the Arapeen Trail System each year; this is the only one that explores the east side of the trail system. Building on the success of last year’s jamboree, ...

ATV Adventures: A night of adventure on the Arapeen OHV Trail System

No two rides are alike. You can take the same trail on two different occasions and the experience will not be the same. Such was the case at the Arapeen Sunset Ride in Ephraim sponsored by Sanpete County. My brother-in-law, Mike, and I decided to take this ride again. We knew what to expect ...

ATV Adventures: Riding the high country to Daniels Summit

The mountain OHV trails are open and life is good. I took my big grandkids from Kamas to Daniels Summit on an OHV adventure on Saturday. I use “big” because I can’t call them little anymore since they aren’t. One has an RZR and we have been riding together for a while. The other has ...

ATV Adventures: The Paiute Trail Jamboree – mountain riding at its best

Registration is open for the 2024 Paiute Trail Jamboree. Held in Marysvale in the middle of the Paiute Trail System, this OHV jamboree is packed with some of the best mountain riding in Utah and more fun than anyone should be allowed to have. The dates are Aug. 7-10 and the event is free to ...

ATV Adventures: History and hoodoos at the 15th Annual Bryce ATV Rally

The summer is heating up with OHV jamborees that showcase Utah’s unique variety of landscapes. Panguitch focuses on the matchless scenery found in the area of Bryce Canyon in hosting the 15th Annual Bryce ATV Rally. The dates are Aug. 13-17 and registration is open at brycerally.org. The ...

ATV Adventures: Pioneers, outlaws and a lost cellphone on the Outlaw ATV Jam

It was the opening of the 2024 Outlaw ATV Jamboree in Vernal. I rode three of the trails offered during this year’s event and one phrase sums up my thoughts on these trails — “Man, what a ride!” For the first time, the jamboree organizers had to cap attendance. This jamboree is ...