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Maps/Routes

Looking for reliable beta for your UTV 4x4 adventure in Moab?

We have maps at the store and are happy to help you plan the right location for your ability. Fun, fast, agile, and able to seat two or four people, our Wildcat UTVs are a great alternative to ATVs. Our powerhouse machines from Arctic Cat can crawl up sandstone, navigate boulder fields, fly through sand dunes, or drive comfortably down backcountry roads.

Please be smart, know your ability, don't take unncessary chances, and know where you are at all times. It is easy to get turned around, and many off-road trails are not marked. We encourage you to take appropriate equipment. We can lease you a satelite phone for those traveling in areas with little or no cell service. Be sure to wear appropriate gear, and be prepared for longer than expected trips with additional food and water. Always take a map & GPS and know how to use them.

A great site with lots of off-road information is discovermoab.com.


As per the Discover Moab site (click on the map image to see full size)...


Trail Name Round Trip
from Moab
4WD Road Minimum Time Difficulty
1. Chicken Comers 54 miles 43 miles  3-1/2 hours Hard    
2. Gemini Bridges    48 Miles  14 miles 2-1/2 hours  Easy
3. Poison Spider Mesa  36 miles 16 miles 4 hours Difficult
4. Moab Rim 15 miles 7 miles 1-1/2 hours Very Difficult


BLM Motorized Vehical Trail Information - map of blm motorized routes


Trail Name Round Trip
from Moab
4WD Road Minimum Time Difficulty
1. Coyote Canyon Rock Crawler
13 miles .65 miles  3+ hours Xtreme  
2. Fins and Things 4 Miles  10 miles 3-4 hours  Easy
3. Hell's Revenge 5 miles 6.5 miles 4 hours Difficult
4. Metal Masher 48 miles not supplied
all day
Very Difficult
5. Sevenmile Rim 13 miles 20 miles  3+ hours Medium 
6. Shafer/Long Canyon Loop ??
37 miles 3-4 hours  Easy
7. White Wash Sand Dunes 72 miles varies
all day
varies






Things to do

The Moab incredible beauty, several National Parks, great camping, small-town charm and hundreds of miles of old mining roads and 4x4 trails make it a mecca for off-roading adventure. Year-round outdoor recreation and spansive terrain make Moab a destination favorite among any age group. While moab can get some snow, Moab’s perfect climate has also made it a magnet for year round outdoor events and festivals.

And if you are not off-roading, enjoy a day hike at the Arches, or a beer at Eddie McStiffs. Moab is a great base camp for all sorts of activities including but not limited to rafting, skydiving, mtn biking, cycling, hiking, and so much more...

Take a look at these websites below with up-to-date event info, and recreation opportunities.

Moab’s offers a selection of top-notch cuisine to please any palate,  from american breweries, regional southwestern fare to world-class gourmet. Stroll through the downtown shops for a great selection of t-shirts, southwestern arts and jewelry, and much more.

Our National and State Parks

Only 5 miles north of Moab, Arches National Park contains the world's largest concentration of natural sandstone arches. 35 miles west of Moab, Canyonlands National Park is the largest national park in the state of Utah. Towering 2,000 feet above the Colorado River, Dead Horse Point State Park is Utah's most spectacular state park.


Area Websites

 

ATV Alternative Moab