2022 Ride Descriptions

2022 Ride Days & Descriptions

*All Rides are subject to change and or be canceled and combined with other rides. 
Please be aware that ride descriptions, numbers and day offered on some rides have been changed from previous years.
 

Advanced - Ride is one in which the terrain is rocky, steep and not a place for novice riders and/or the mileage of the ride exceeds 80 miles. 
Intermediate - Ride is one that has only moderate terrain challenges; that most riders can navigate without a lot of experience, and is less than 80 miles.
Beginner - Ride is generally flat, easy and does not exceed 50 miles in length.
 
T=Trailer Needed
NT= No Trailer Needed
ANY SIZE= Any Size Machine 
50" or Less Machine
60" or Less Machine 
66" or Less Machine 

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#1 Western AgCredit Chief Arapeen – Meet at IFA Thursday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This ride is sponsored by Western AgCredit and is dedicated to longtime guide Don Jamison. This 50-mile ride climbs from the trailhead east of Mayfield to the top of Skyline Drive. You will travel along one of the longest roads at that elevation in the United States as it crowns the Wasatch Plateau. You’ll top out near White Mountain with the same views of the landscape that Chief Arapeen commanded 150 years ago. The ride slips below some large rockslides, through the swamps, and down the Pinchot trail back to the staging area. The ride is for Advanced riders and will require you to trailer your machine 40 miles north to the little town of Mayfield.  It is also for machines that are 50” or less wide. This ride is offered on Thursday. Because lunch is provided, the ride is limited to 30 riders.

#2 Flat Canyon – Meet at City Park Monday & Friday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
Leaving from the City Park we will travel out of Richfield and up Dairy Canyon through some of the system’s most gnarly terrain. Once on top, you will make your way into Flat Canyon (which is anything but flat) and then south to a trail some of the locals call the “Razorback” with rocks that are a lot like the back of the ancient Stegosaurus. The ride then travels back north and comes down off the mountain on a steep section of downhill trail. This ride is only for the most Advanced riders due to terrain.  It is open to 20 riders. Machines must be 50”. 

#3 Historic Tour – Meet at City Park Monday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - BEGINNER)
When was Richfield first settled? What was it called? How did Chief Black Hawk and the Black Hawk War affect the Mormon settlers of 1865? Who was Elijah Barney Ward? The answers to these questions and many more stories of how this place came to be will be told as part of this 20-mile historic tour of the Sevier Valley. This ride is offered on Monday and is a perfect way to get to know the area around Richfield. The ride is rated as Beginner and is limited to 30 people. Machines of all sizes are welcome. 

#4 The Challenge – Meet at City Park Tuesday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - ADVANCED)
This ride goes west of Richfield and includes treks into Flat Canyon, Sidewinder, Rockwood, and Red View. We will be doing some trails, some roads, and some rock crawling as we wander the West Mountain. This ride is offered on Tuesday and is about 40 miles long.  It needs your full attention, all the way, with very little of the route being on roads. This ride is available for any size machine.  This ride is for Advanced riders only and is limited to 20 people.  

#5 Deseret Industries West Mountain Meander - Meet at City Park Monday & Wednesday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This is a slow and easy ride up on the Pahavant Mountain range where participants will take their time to stop and smell the roses. It’s a lazy day ride through the mountains to the west of Richfield. This is a 50-mile ride with little challenge and no worries. This ride is rated Intermediate because of the ride's length. The ride is limited to 30 people. Machines of any size are welcomed.  

#6 Winger’s Roadhouse Hot Wings Special – Meet at Fairgrounds Monday & Wednesday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - BEGINNER)
This one involves fun, great views of the valley with snacks provided by Winger’s Roadhouse of Richfield, the ride sponsors. This 45-mile ride is an easy trek along the base of Monroe Mountain to a favorite overlook that the locals call Thompson Basin. Riders are rewarded with a breathtaking view of the entire Sevier Valley.  This is a Beginner ride offered on Monday and Wednesday and is limited to 30 people.  It is open to machines of all sizes.  

#7 Devil’s Armchair sponsored by IHC - Meet at City Park Tuesday & Friday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This ride goes west out of Richfield on Tuesday and Friday and climbs to the top of the Pahvant Mountain range.  The riders will have an amazing view of the Devil’s Armchair and the valleys beyond. On a clear day you can see across the west desert of Utah all the way to Nevada! The route is wide with moderate turns and no major obstacles. This ride is rated Intermediate and is approximately 60 miles in length. This ride is limited to 30 people. 

#8 Quality Inn’s Bear Valley Ride – Meet at Fairgrounds Monday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - INTERMEDIATE)
This ride is sponsored by the Quality Inn of Richfield and travels east out of Richfield onto the Monroe Mountain. This ride twists and turns along routes used by the early Mormon pioneers. There are a couple of steep sections with some switchbacks that will require your full attention. This 60-mile ride is offered on Monday and your lunch will be provided by the good folks at the Quality Inn. It has been rated Intermediate; is limited to machines 50” or less. This ride is limited to 30 people.

#9 Ring-around-Mt. Terrill – Meet at Fairgrounds Tuesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This ride takes you over some of the best trails and most beautiful scenery the State of Utah has to offer, Seven-Mile, Lost Creek, Broadhead Lakes, Gooseberry, Niotch, Yogo Pass, UM Creek, UM pass … all the way around Mt. Terrill.  You’ll see this 10,000”+ peak from every side. This ride begins with a short commute to the sand ledges and quickly turns to amazing 50” trails, which will challenge the best to keep up. We’ll encounter steep hill climbs, rock gardens and tight trails through amazing aspen groves and small open meadows. This ride is offered on Tuesday and you will only need to trailer your machine approximately 20 miles. The ride is 60 miles and is rated as an Advanced ride due to the distance and technical terrain. This ride is for machines that are 50” or less wide and has a capacity of 30 people!    

#10 Anthony’s Flat/Water Hollow – Meet at SVC  Thursday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - INTERMEDIATE)
This ride is held on Thursday and requires you to trailer your machine to the Gooseberry Trailhead up Salina Canyon. You’ll spend much of the day on the Great Western Trail and even part of the Old Spanish Trail. This is a 40-mile loop that is rated intermediate. Sorry, no machines over 50” wide. The ride has a capacity of 30 people. This ride is similar to the Anthony Flat/Bull.

#11 Paiute Trail Hall of Fame Ride – Meet at Ogden’s Monday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
There are currently 10 individuals who have been inducted into the Hall of Fame, 4 of whom are still with us. If you want to ride with Fred Christensen, Roger Foisey, Stan Adams or Max Reid this is the ride for you.  This 65-mile ride is held on Monday.  You will trailer your machine to the Hoovers Rest Area.  The ride will go up Deer Creek past the Silver King Mine, into the Kimberly area alongside trails that will take you beneath the Hogback and Marbletop mountains. The ride will come down the back side of Kimberly, into the Fremont Indian State Park, up the Max Reid trail and then back down Deer Creek. Miners, vistas, historic Native American culture, and a great riding adventure; what more could you want? Make sure to pack a lunch and have a full tank of gas. This ride is rated as Advanced for terrain and is limited to machines that are 50” or less in width. Up to 30 people will be allowed on this one!

#12 Mountain of Gold - Meet at SVC  Friday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE, - INTERMEDIATE)
The ride is held on Friday and requires that you trailer your machine 28 miles south to Marysvale City Park. During the ride you will visit the Ghost Town of Bullion and Miners Memorial Park where you will have an opportunity to step back in time to when steel was driven by hand and tons of muck was hauled to the mill in search of Gold. The ride will continue to Hennessy Point – a breathtaking view; don’t get too close to the edge! Then on to the top of Alunite Ridge, that’s well above timberline folks, where we’ll look for Mountain Goats and measure how big the sky is at the top of the mountain. Then it’s a downhill run through Cottonwood and back to Marysvale. The ride is 35 miles long  with some challenging spots. You do not want to forget your camera. It is rated Intermediate, allows 30 riders, and machines of all sizes are welcome. 

#13 The Silver King - Meet at Home Depot Wednesday 
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
Ancient Indians and gold ... This ride starts at a lost city and takes you through the heart of gold country. Experience views of the Rocky Mountains that few get to see, go back in time at the Silver King Mine, ride epic trails with new friends from all over the world. This ride has got it all!  This ride is offered on Wednesday and begins at Fremont Indian State Park – requiring you to trailer your machine 20 miles south on I-70. The ride involves a portion of the Max Reid Trail, a visit to the Silver King Mine, Kimberly Ghost Town, Mill Creek, Fish Creek and the old Cove Fort Highway. So much to see and do. It’s a 55-mile ride and is rated Advanced for terrain. It is limited to machines no wider than 50” with a 30 rider capacity. 

#14 Scott’s Splash of Vanilla and Dash of Chocolate - Meet at Fairgrounds Monday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZED MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This ride is sponsored by Scott’s Splash-n-Dash carwash. This is a great, “get to know the area” ride, focusing on the north and central portions of Monroe Mountain. It’s about 70 miles long, so you’ll need a full tank of gas. After leaving Richfield you will head up and over Cove Mountain past Big Lake, into the conifer and aspen forest zone. Then over towards Monroe Mountain while staying high in elevation. This ride is a great way to kick off the Jamboree as it offers beautiful views of Grass Valley early in the day and Sevier Valley during the afternoon. The ride is offered on Monday and allows up to 30 riders.  

#15 Central Utah Health Department’s Duck Lake - Meet at Fairgrounds Monday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This ride visits Big Lake, Annabella Reservoir, and Deep Lake, yet it draws the name “Duck Lake”? Yes, there is a Duck Lake, but it’s a pond compared to the others. Maybe run the question past your guides and see if they know the answer. We may also see some of Cove Mountain trails depending on the time.  This is a beautiful ride and a great time on the mountain.  Lunch will be provided by the Central Utah Health Department. It is around 50 miles and rated Intermediate.  Open to ATVs and UTVs of all sizes and is limited to 30 riders. 

#16 Whispering Canyon - Meet at Home Depot Friday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZED MACHINE - BEGINNER)
Come join us as we meander through Clear Creek Canyon. We will trailer to the Max Reid Trailhead across from the museum at Fremont Indian State Park. We will have a uniquely guided tour by park staff (behind the scenes tour of the park) where we will experience prehistoric and historic sites. We will start with a unique description of the historical importance of the canyon. We will see exclusive views of not often seen rock art from the seat of your ATV. We will follow a route to exciting petroglyphs, pioneer history, geological formations, and many other interesting behind-the-scenes panels that most visitors don’t see. This ride is open to riders of all experience levels. Come and see these panels and hear these cultural stories. This ride is sponsored by the Fremont Indian State Park and Museum. They will be serving Indian Fry Bread or Indian Tacos for $5.00 per plate during the lunch break. This ride allows for up to 20 riders with machines of all types and sizes.

#17 Millard CountyTourism Adelaide Rendezvous - Meet at City Park Tuesday & Friday
(NO TRAILER, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This Tuesday and Friday ride is sponsored by Millard County Tourism – the good folks from across the west mountain. Riders will take a leisurely ride west and south across the Pahvant Mountain and after a quick stop by the Adelaide campground will ride into Kanosh where Millard County will provide a delicious meal. Hopefully the ride over and back will offer wildlife viewing opportunities with abundant deer, turkey and possibly elk.  This 72-mile ride is rated Intermediate, open to any size machine and is limited to 25 riders.  

#18 Durkee and the Elbow - Meet at SVC Wednesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - BEGINNER)
This ride is located near the town of Marysvale on the western slopes of the Monroe Mountain. It is held Wednesday and will require that you trailer your machine south to Marysvale. We’ll depart from Marysvale City Park and head east. Maybe if we’re lucky we’ll see some deer, elk or a turkey. At the very least you’ll hear some interesting stories about the area and its early settlers. This 35-mile ride is rated Beginner and has room for 30 riders.

#19 Elkhorn and Thousand Lakes - Meet at Fairgrounds Wednesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - INTERMEDIATE)
The drive to the trail head is a picture-perfect start to this adventure.  We drive past Fish Lake where we take a minute to look at the Kokanee Salmon that just might be spawning.  Then on to Zedds Meadow and down the beautiful Fremont River Gorge. We will switch to machines and take the Great Western Trail onto Thousand Lake Mountain; to the top of the World. You will be overlooking Capitol Reef National Park, Cathedral Valley, The Henry Mountains and Utah’s vast east desert, which stretches into Colorado. All this from beautiful pine and aspen covered forest trails. This Intermediate, 60-mile ride is limited to machines 50” or less. We will have you back to Richfield before supper. Open to the first 30 riders.

#20 Ensign Staffing’s Mytoge Mountain - Meet at SVC Monday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This ride is offered on Monday and will travel onto Mytoge Mountain where riders will get some unique and fantastic views of Fish Lake.  The ride also includes a climb onto the Fishlake High Top for a 11,000 ft. high point that offers fantastic views in all directions. You will have to trailer your ATV/UTV some 40 miles to just south of Fish Lake. The route is rated Intermediate. Yep, it’s UTV friendly. Come one come all for this 40-mile ride.  Make sure to bring along a good lunch. There is room for 30 riders.  

#21 Sister City Visit - Meet at City Park Wednesday & Friday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZED MACHINE - ADVANCED)
Come ride with us to Richfield’s sister city to the west, Fillmore. This ride is offered on Wednesday and Friday and involves an 80-mile ride over the top of the Pahvant Mountain and back. We’ll ride along the top and then down Chalk Creek. While in Fillmore, top off our tanks and get some lunch, so bring along a few bucks.Then we’ll return via Sand Rock Ridge, which will encourage you to lean forward on your machine. This ride is open to machines of any size.  The ride is rated as Advanced simply because it is a lot of miles.  There is room for 30 riders.  

#22 Gary Shoes Manti Canyon - Meet in parking lot behind Gary Shoes Tuesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZED MACHINE - ADVANCED)
This ride is sponsored by Gary’s Shoes and will be held on Tuesday. The ride requires that you trailer machines to Manti (45 miles). Then it’s up the old Sheep Trail, on to the Skyline Drive and to the family cabin near Ferron Reservoir where Gary, Scott and crew will provide tasty hamburgers. After lunch some twists and turns and challenges on the way back down Manti Canyon to the trailhead. This ride is 70 miles long and rated Advanced due to some sections of the trail that are steep and rough. There is room for 30 riders and the ride is for machines of all sizes.

#23 Big Daddy’s Deli Couples Special - Meet at Home Depot Thursday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZED MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
Take your honey on this 30+ mile ride to the top of the mountain!  You’ll trailer your vehicles down Highway 89 to the “Whistle Stop '' trailhead just across the street from Big Rock Candy Mountain. This ride is sponsored by Big Daddy’s Deli.  You will enjoy the Deer Creek Trail and then to the top of the Tushars. I’ve been told the sky is bigger at the top of the mountain. You’ll have a chance to check it out for yourself as you go above timberline and stop on the summit at 11,500 feet in elevation. On a clear day you can see into Nevada to the west. Be sure to keep an open eye for mountain goats and other wildlife. You might want to bring along your binoculars. Don’t worry about lunch – Big Daddy’s has you covered. This ride is rated Intermediate and allows for 30 riders. Open to machines of any size, similar to #32 Soaring with Eagles.

#24 Chief Walkara’s Special - Meet at City Park Friday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZED MACHINE - ADVANCED)
This ride is held on Friday and leaves from the City Park.  The ride will take you along the top of the Pahvant Range, along trails that were traveled by the famous Ute war chief, Walkara. You’ll see Beehive Peak, a prominent red rock formation, from all sides and angles. You’ll get spectacular views of Sanpete, Sevier, and Millard counties from 9,000+ foot pine and aspen forest.  The ride will return via Willow Creek and Aurora. The ride is 85 miles, so you might need a little bit of extra fuel, depending on your unit’s capabilities. Because of the distance the ride has been rated Advanced. There is room for 30 riders and machines of any size. 

#25 Kanosh - Meet at City Park Monday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This ride takes place on Monday and is 80+ miles to the community of Kanosh via Bull Valley on the Pahvant Mountain.  While there are a few segments of challenging trail, this ride is rated Advanced for its length. It is limited to machines under 50”. There is room for 30 riders.  Enjoy the fall colors of the west mountain as they contrast with views of the west desert and Great Basin.  This ride has lots of trails and few roads, and rich scenery. Bring along your lunch and enjoy

#26 Fish Lake Hightop - Meet at Fairgrounds Thursday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
Trailer to Koosharem Reservoir, turn east across the dam, unload and head up the old Fish Lake Banburger Road.  We will travel East to the South side of Fish Lake then up to Hightop, Hancock Flat and onto Daniels Canyon before heading back to the trucks. Make sure to pack a lunch and a love of the mountains. This Thursday ride is only 40 miles with minimal challenges. The ride is rated as an Intermediate and there is room for 20 riders. Both ATVs and UTVs of any size are welcome. This ride is similar to the Mytoge Mountain ride held on Monday.

#27 The Spanish Trail Special - Meet at IFA  Friday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This ride travels along a portion of the Old Spanish Trail that went from Santa Fe, New Mexico, through southwest Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and ended up in Los Angeles. It was the longest, crookedness, roughest trade route in the old west. You’ll be riding along the main leg up Salina Canyon and then along part of the Fish Lake Cut-off, where traders tried to shorten the route by cutting through the Fish Lake Basin. You’ll need to trailer your machine just over 30 miles to exit 73 along I-70. You will ride some of the most scenic routes the Gooseberry system has to offer, including some challenging trails.  This ride is 50 miles long and rated as Advanced due to steep rocky terrain.  Open to “50” inches or less in width and will accommodate 20 riders.  Make sure to pack a lunch! 

#28 Three Mountain Adventure - Meet at SVC Thursday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - ADVANCED)
Thursday we start in Monroe, so you’ll have to trailer your ATVs 10 miles to the unloading area. Then it is south and east over the top of the mountain. Riders on this ride are in for a treat – as they wind and traverse through three different mountain ranges including Monroe, Langdon and Forshea. The ride offers fantastic vistas to the east, south and west as well and some of the most beautiful fall leaves anywhere. This ride is a must if you like beautiful mountains and love to ride. It is a long ride covering about 90 miles and well worth it; thus rated Advanced.  There is room for 30 riders. 

#29 Upper Quitchupah - Meet at SVC Tuesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This ride requires that you trailer your machine about 37 miles to the trailhead at Accord Lakes Mountain Retreat. The ride is only about 25 miles but on some of the best trails in the system. Views include ponderosa pines and aspen forests along with several interesting historical sites. Lunch will be provided. This is one ride that you do not want to miss. It is available to machines of all sizes and allows up to 30 riders. This ride is rated Intermediate. 

#30 Cove Fort - Meet at SVC Wednesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This ride offers riding, together with a good dose of local history. The ride leaves from the trailhead in the Fremont Indian State Park and makes its way to a great vista of Clear Creek Canyon and into Cove Creek. A drop into the Cove and on to Cove Fort is an exhilarating leg of the trip.  After the tour of Cove Fort, the ride will make its way up onto the south end of the Pahvant range, where deer and elk are plentiful, before returning to Fremont Indian State Park via the Sam Stowe trail.  Make sure to pack a lunch.  This ride is 60+ miles long and allows 30 riders.  It has some great two track trails and is for machines that are 50” or less and for Advanced riders only due to terrain.

#31 Leisurely and Scenic - Meet at Uhaul Tuesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZED MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This Tuesday ride gives participants an opportunity to see some of the best country the trail system has to offer. Leaving Monroe, the ride will travel onto Monroe Mountain and then make its way up, down, through and around trails, terrain and scenic beauty that is unmatched. We will be visiting Manning and Box Creek Reservoirs along the way. This is rated Intermediate due to length.  It is around 70 miles, give or take a few, and allows for 30 riders. Oh, and yep – all machine sizes are welcome. 

#32 Soaring with the Eagles - Meet at Ogden’s Tuesday & Friday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This ride is offered on Tuesday and Friday of Jamboree week. You will be required to trailer your machine to the rest stop south of Big Rock Candy Mountain. Then it’s up the beautiful Deer Creek Canyon. We’ll take a side trip to the Silver King Mine, where there are restrooms.  After that, we’ll head up to where the eagles soar and the wild mountain goats live above 11,500 feet, the highest point of the Paiute Trail System. We will make a stop to look for the goats, so bring your binoculars or scope to spot them. Then we’ll continue over the top and start down “the other side of the mountain to see what we can see”, turn around and head down Beaver Creek to Marysville. Stopping there for a break before making our way back to the trucks. This ride is about 50 miles long and travels on the mostly high mountain roads that will handle any size ATV or side by side. It is rated Intermediate, with a couple spots that may border on Advanced. This ride allows for 30 riders.  This ride is similar to #23 Big Daddy’s Couples Day ride held on Thursday.

#33 Beaver Mountain Loop - Meet at Fairgrounds Tuesday & Thursday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This Tuesday and Thursday ride is sponsored by the Tushar Mountain ATV Club. The ride covers 60 miles and requires that you trailer your machine about 60 minutes to Beaver, but your time will be well spent. Leaving from Beaver, the ride will travel east along the PST 05 onto the Tushar Mountains. It will wind up steep, twisting, tree-lined trails, travel through flower spotted meadows, negotiate switchbacks through beautiful groves of aspens and finally follow bubbling streams along the PST 68 back into Beaver. Bring along snacks, a camera and lunch. We will stop at several scenic lookouts. This ride is Advanced and allows up to 30 riders. Only machines that are 50” or less wide are allowed on this one. 

#34 Monroe Peak - Meet at Uhaul Wednesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
The ride is offered on Wednesday and offers participants a spectacular view of the entire Sevier River Valley and beyond. You can’t beat this one. You’ll have to trailer your ATV to Monroe. There is one steep and twisty grade up Live Oak Trail, so we have rated this one Advanced. Bring along a lunch and a camera and enjoy some of the best Monroe Mountain has to offer. There is room for 30 riders. This is a 45-mile ride and restricted to machines 50” or less.

#35 Anderson Dairy and More - Meet at Fairgrounds Wednesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This 65 mile is Advanced.  After trailering your machines to the little town of Koosharem we’ll hit the Paiute #01 trail and climb to Milos Kitchen. The ride then drops into a narrow canyon loaded with dense aspen stands before it traverses across a canyon wall with amazing vistas all the way to Indian Flat where the trail passes over the ridge and drops into Box Creek Canyon. All of this is loaded with challenging 50” or less trails! The back half of the ride meanders throughout the Monroe Mountains past Barney Lake to the top near Marysvale Peak. We’ll pass through recent logging areas and the amazing re-growth of forest following past wildfires! This ride offers something for everyone. Amazing views, incredible mountain trails and, if you’re lucky, you may spot one of the area's incredible trophy elk. This ride is limited to machines 50” or less. There is room for 20 riders.

#36 Rock Shop at Elbow Ranch - Meet at SVC  Monday & Friday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This 65-70 miles ride is offered on Monday and Friday of Jamboree week and gives riders an opportunity to see one of the little known secrets of the Paiute Trail – the Rock Shop at Elbow Ranch. The ride itself is absolutely beautiful and is open to machines of all sizes. The ride will be high in the foothills above the Elbow Ranch with great views on all sides. Be sure to bring lunch and your camera. We will be stopping at the rock shop to eat lunch and tour the shop – truly one of the friendliest and most interesting spots along the trail. This leisurely Intermediate ride will have a combination of both road and trail travel and is available for up to 20 riders.

#37 Saddle Pass - Meet at SVC Thursday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
On this Thursday ride we’ll spend some time in Saddle Pass on the south end of Thousand Lake Mountain where the vista of the Fremont River through Capitol Reef National Park and the Henry Mountains will take your breath away. We’ll weave our way through the forest, past meadows and streams. You will see the contrast of the autumn colors with the bright red and gold landscape laying thousands of feet below. You’ll visit a canyon overlooking the locals call “Little Bryce.” Along the way you will see beautiful mountain lakes and the ancient Bristlecone Pine.  Make sure to bring along a good lunch. We will be stopping at Elkhorn Campground to eat. This ride is for Advanced riders due to terrain and will take most of the day as it is a 50-mile ride. You will have to trailer your ATV 60 miles to the small community of Lyman. There is room for 30 riders and is only available for machines that are 50” or less. 

#38 Sevier County Commissioners Niotche Ride - Meet at IFA Tuesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - INTERMEDIATE)
Spend the day with the Sevier County Commissioners on this Tuesday ride. The ride will trailer to the Sheep Creek trailhead in the beautiful Gooseberry area east of Salina. This ride has it all as it travels past Twin Ponds, Cold Spring, Farnsworth Lake and Lost Creek reservoir. Riders will enjoy a lot of trail and great scenery as you travel over UM Pass, into Sheep Valley and then over Niotche. This ride is about 50-miles and is rated Intermediate. It allows for up to 30 riders with machines that are 50” or less wide. Lunch will be provided by the Commissioners.

#39 Rockwood - Meet at Trailhead  Tuesday & Friday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)  
What’s a Rockwood? Well, it’s the location of an old Forest Service Guard Station. The old buildings are gone, but the spot remains tucked into a handsome grove of aspen with a nearby spring. This is a laid back 50 mile trek through vegetative transitions and with the possibility of seeing deer and elk.  You might hear an old Forest Service story, please share it.  This ride is rated “Intermediate” and is open to all machines, room for 30 riders. 

#40 The State Bank Spare Rib Special - Meet at Fairgrounds Tuesday & Friday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
If you like to eat, and you like barbeque ribs, then you better get signed up for this one. This Tuesday and Friday ride will cross Cove Mountain and descend on the quaint community of Koosharem. Fill your gas tank at the Grass Valley Store, then drop by the Koosharem Café to fill your food basket. Hey, if you don’t like ribs, they’ll serve you an old-fashioned hamburger with all the trimmings. The prices are reasonable, and you won’t be disappointed. Build up your appetite with a ride and then work it off with some more riding – what more could you ask? This Intermediate ride is just shy of 80 miles. All you need is a few bucks in your wallet. This ride allows for 30 riders and is open to machines of all sizes. 

#41 Peterson Plumbing Eagle Canyon Adventure - Meet at SVC Tuesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, ANY SIZE MACHINE - ADVANCED)
This Tuesday ride requires trailering your machine around 75 miles - but it is well worth it.  The 60-mile ride follows what is known as the Devil's Racetrack and includes just about every kind of terrain.  Including a few ledges and overlooks that will require every bit of your attention.  There is a lot of history and beauty along this ride as well.  We will start at Justensen Flat, head over to Eagle Canyon Arch, Swazy's Cabin, Devil's Racetrack and then North Coal Wash for a few petroglyphs.  These are just a few of the natural sites and wonders riders will enjoy along the way.  The ride is Advanced for terrain and allows for up to 20 riders. It is available for machines of any size. Be sure to bring lunch and a full fuel tank.

#42 Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce, Shop ‘til you Drop –Meet at City Park 10:00a.m  Wednesday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - BEGINNER)
This adventure is sponsored by the Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce and is designed to give Jamboree participants an opportunity to get to know Richfield a little better.  Please note, this ride starts at the City Park at 10:00 a.m. From there you will head out on a self-guided treasure hunt throughout the town. Taking time to stop and shop in a couple of our true treasures. The final stop will be at Larsen's Ace Hardware, where you will have a unique opportunity to cook and dress your burger to your liking.  This ride allows up to 20 riders.  Any size machine is welcome.

#43 Goin’ to Gooseberry with Ellis - Meet at IFA Thursday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
Sponsored by Ellis’s Country Auto Salvage in Aurora. This full day ride is offered on Wednesday and goes up a segment of the Old Spanish Trail and there may be some stories of the Black Hawk War in the mid 1860s. Then it’s up the Great Western Trail past Maple Springs. This ride is dedicated to Paul Swapp whose vision for the trail system and the Jamboree has helped to make them what they are today. Thanks, Paul! The ride is 50 miles, rated Advanced for the rocky terrain.  It is limited to machines 50” or less and there’s room for 20 riders. 

#44 Freddy’s Coca-Cola Classic - Meet at City Park Tuesday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - ADVANCED)
This is a long one folks! No joking! And it’s sponsored by Coca-Cola!! Participants will weave and bob from Richfield all the way to Parker Mountain and return via Monroe and Cove Mountains. Did we mention that this one will be over 100 miles and won’t pass any gas stations! You know what that means. We have to keep this one moving along to make it home before the sun sets. This ride is offered on Tuesday, is open to any size machine and rated Advanced because of miles. We have room for 30 riders.  Make sure to bring a good lunch and some tasty snacks for your guide.

#45 Rivers and Woods - Meet at SVC Tuesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - ADVANCED)
This Tuesday ride has everything you want – a good long ride, three creeks and plenty of mountain scenery! The ride requires that you trailer to Monroe. From the trailhead the ride will proceed to the Deer Creek near Hoovers and then up onto and through the Tushars where you will go past and/or through Fish Creek, Shingle Creek, and Dry Creek before coming off the mountain and back to Monroe. This ride is definitely Advanced for both the terrain and distance (about 95 miles).  Ride will take 30 riders. Pack a lunch and come enjoy all the fun this ride has to offer.

#46 Cutrz Lost Creek - Meet at IFA Wednesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This Wednesday ride requires riders to trailer their machines 18 miles north to Salina. The journey will take riders up Lost Creek escape route all the way to Lost Creek Reservoir. The ride will take a couple of challenging side trails that will require you to have 4-wheel drive.  We will be traveling about 70 miles. The ride is limited to 50 inch or less machines. It has been rated Advanced for terrain and has room for 30 riders

#47 Sand Ledges - Meet at Fairgrounds Tuesday & Thursday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This Tuesday ride will take riders east from the Fairgrounds into areas traveled by Chief Black Hawk. The ride will take a couple of challenging 50” trails that will require you to have 4-wheel drive. The Sand Ledges and Rose Meadow are just a few of the things we will be traveling past on our journey. The ride is limited to machines 50” or less. It has been rated Advanced for terrain. We will be traveling 50 plus miles so bring a good lunch.  This ride has room for 30 riders.

#48 Capitol Reef Special - Meet at Fairgrounds Thursday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This ride may visit Hell Hole, Velvet Ridges, Bicknell Bottoms, The Castle, Gorilla Rock,  Thousand Lakes, and Boulder Mtn. This ride is held on Thursday and has some of Utah’s best kept secrets with views that will knock your socks off, including spectacular views of Capitol Reef National Park, Boulder Mountain, Henry Mountains and some of the most remote canyon country in the nation. Spend a little time playing, or watching others play, on the Velvet Ridges – an open riding area that simulates sand dunes, except with better traction that will get your adrenaline flowing! Participants will have to trailer their machines 65 miles to the Great Western Trail trailhead in Torrey. The ride will consist of about 35 miles of dirt, sand, rock, clay, water and a little pavement.  The vistas will amaze! We should finish the ride in time for you to drive your truck another ten miles or so down the highway to Capitol Reef National Park.  It is well worth it if you haven’t been there before.  We usually get back into Richfield by 5 or 6 that night.  There is room for 20 Advanced riders, and it’s open to units 50” or less.

#49 Comfort Inn’s Up and Over, Around and Down - Meet at City Park Thursday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - ADVANCED)
We will be making our way up and over Monroe and Cove mountain as we stop for some interpretive stories about pioneer logging, mining, and livestock grazing. This ride is over 80 miles long and is sponsored by the Richfield Comfort Inn. The ride is rated Advanced for the length only.  It is open to any size machine and room for 30 riders. 

#50 Precipitous Journey - Meet at City Park Wednesday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This ride is presented by the Richfield KOA and involves one very steep and challenging “Oh Crap” trail. This 50-mile ride takes you into Flat Canyon and then up that “precipitous” trail. We’ll finish with a trip around Indian Peak and back to Richfield. This Wednesday ride is for Advanced ATV riders, 4-wheel drive machines only 50” or less wide, and no riding double. There is room for 20 advanced riders. 

#51 Parker Mountain - Meet at Fairgrounds Wednesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
Visit Parker Mountain and hopefully spot some antelope. Parker Mountain is a unique geophysical region where the Colorado Plateau meets the Great Basin. This 65-mile ride follows the road systems that traverses the entire Parker Mountain Plateau. Greater sage grouse, Utah prairie dog, and antelope are common species in this vast open landscape. This Wednesday ride is leisure in nature but is rated as Intermediate for length of the ride. It is open for machines of any size. You will have to trailer 40 miles to the Parker Mountain turnoff on Highway 24.  The ride is open to 20 riders. Make sure you pack a lunch!

#52 Sheriff’s Ride - Meet at City Park Thursday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This ride will be held on Thursday during the week of the Jamboree and will give you the opportunity to ride with some of Sevier County’s finest! The ride will be guided by the local Sheriff and some of his Deputies and will weave in and out of the local canyons before stopping at the gun range for a Dutch oven lunch and some shooting. The real question is … can you outshoot the Sheriff? The ride is Intermediate and will allow for up to 25 riders. All machines are welcome – regardless of size – but you must bring along your own shotgun and/or pistol as well as the ammunition. 

#53 Can Ams Scones at Sunset – Richfield City Park Tuesday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - ADVANCED)
This ride is sponsored by Can Am and will meet at the Richfield City Park at 2:00 pm on Tuesday and make its way up the mountain west of Richfield.  We will take a few detours to enjoy our favorite trails and see some sites along the way, ending up at an overlook near Devil’s Armchair.  Bring a dinner along to enjoy and binoculars if you have them - there may be some deer or elk on the ridge below.  After dinner, we will make some Utah scones with honey butter for dessert and then watch the sunset.  We expect to arrive back in Richfield after dark so be sure to bring along plenty of warm clothes. This ride is for machines of any size and will allow up to 30 riders.  The ride is rated as Advanced for both some steep and rocky trail sections as well as the fact that the ride comes off the mountain in the dark.

#54 Butch Cassidy Special - Meet at Home Depot Tuesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
Leaving from Circleville, this ride is offered on Tuesday and will allow you to ride back through time along the same canyons and ridges that Robert Leroy Parker, aka “Butch Cassidy,” rode as a youth. Places like Wades Canyon, Buck Ridge, Rigger Park, Big Flat and Puffer Lake await your riding expertise. You will be required to trailer your ATV approximately 50 miles to Circleville. This ride has been rated Advanced and will challenge your riding skills.  It’s a 60-mile ride up through the Tushar Mountains.  In addition, at the end of the ride, or maybe before, you will have a chance to visit the boyhood home of Butch himself.  This ride allows for 30 riders and is for machines that are 50” or less.

#55 Nothing Like It In The World Ride- Meet Home Depot Thursday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE
Meet at Home Depot with your machines and we will head for Koosharem; about 30 miles. This Intermediate ride is open to any size machine. Lorenzo Hans “Renzo” Larsen (1910-1988) tended sheep and created art for forty years up on the Fish Lake Plateau. Learn how and why he did it and enjoy a beautiful ride at the same time. We’ll have you home mid afternoon and you will be loaded with history and art that you will never forget. This ride is open to 30 people. 

#56 Anthony Flat/Bull Valley - Meet at Fairgrounds Wednesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This Friday ride is 40 miles in length. We make our way to the Gooseberry exit along Interstate 70. From there, it will take in the trails that make up the north side of the Gooseberry system. Bring along a lunch, a camera, and a healthy appetite for riding. The ride is limited to 30 individuals, is for Advanced riders due to terrain and is for machines that are 50” wide or less.  Similar to Anthony Flat/Water Hollow

#57 Skyline Recreation Six Miles to the Skyline - Meet at Uhaul Thursday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 66” or LESS MACHINES - INTERMEDIATE)
This Thursday ride is sponsored by the crew at Skyline Recreation!  It is one that should not be missed. After trailering to the Palisade State Park, this ride will travel up Six Mile Canyon and onto the beautiful Skyline Drive.  The ride will travel north along the Skyline to the National Forest Sign marking 10,897 feet.  Maybe those with a GPS can check that for us.  The overlook, on a clear day, will allow you to see the edge of Colorado!  Then it is east to Duck Fork reservoir and then the ride concludes in Mayfield canyon before returning to the trailhead.  Pack a lunch and come enjoy this 50-miles ride with us. This ride is Intermediate with some advanced sections, allows for machines up to 66” and will cap at 20 riders. Please note the 66 inch width restriction is based on natural restrictive points; anything wider will not make it through the trail. 

#58 Ogden’s Casto Canyon - Meet at Ogden’s Wednesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - INTERMEDIATE)
Do you know the difference between Bryce Canyon and Casto Canyon?  You can ride your wheeler up Casto Canyon!  This Wednesday ride has beautiful red rock “Hoodoos'' and long needle pines just like Bryce.  First, we’ll trailer south of Richfield 87 miles to the trailhead just past Panguich.  After unloading, we’ll wind up Casto Canyon amongst the majestic long needle pines and “Hoodoos”.  One of the hardest things about this ride is trying to decide what you don’t want a picture of, so don’t forget your camera.  After topping out of Casto, we’ll head back down Lime Kiln Canyon and down the valley to the trucks.  We will cover 35-40 miles of dirt, sand, and gravel roads and trails.  It is rated Intermediate and is well worth the trip!  There is room for 20 riders.  

#59 Allstate Insurance Powerline - Meet at City Park Wednesday
(NO TRAILER, 60” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This trail was recently approved and developed for ATVs and UTVs and we are happy to be able to include it in the jamboree this year.  This Wednesday ride leaves from the Richfield City Park, so there is no trailer needed.  We will head south out of Richfield to the town of Elsinore where we will jump onto the powerline trail.  The trail then continues south across the west bench, past the town of Joseph, where it drops into Fremont Indian State Park.  From there we will head up toward Kimberly Ghost Town, where we will make a loop and then head back.  This ride is sponsored by Todd Gleave Insurance.  Lunch will be provided and some prizes will be given out along the way.  The ride is about 70 miles, There is room for 30 machines 60” or less and is rated advanced for one section that drops into Fremont Indian State Park.

#60 Barney Lake - Meet at Ogden’s  Thursday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
This Thursday ride will travel south across the valley to a place called “Poverty Flat”.  Then up an old pioneer road (trail now) and on to Manning Reservoir.  We then go to Barney Lake and down the Barney Lake OHV trail back to Poverty Flat and back to Richfield.  Expect to see beautiful fall foliage and hopefully some wildlife.  The lakes are serene and a great place to skip a rock across. We will travel about 65 Miles on roads and trails.  Please no double riding on ATV’s on this ride, due to steep climbs this ride is Advanced (50” UTV’s can take a passenger).  Don’t forget your lunch!  There is room for 30 Advanced riders.

#61 Shooting Star - Meet at City Park  Thursday
(NO TRAILER, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - BEGINER)
We head up the West mountain to the rim of Cottonwood Canyon.  This is a great place for pictures so don’t forget your camera. Make sure to bring lunch on this 50-mile ride.  We will be stopping at Lone Mahogany to eat. From there we will make our way to 2 rare finds, a meteor landing and Far Out, before heading back into town.  This ride is for 30 riders and is open to any machine.  

#62 Fly Fishing Trifecta - Meet at IFA Monday & Wednesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This ride will be held on Monday and Wednesday and will require you to trailer your machine to Loa, about 50 miles from Richfield.  We will ride our machines about 20 miles to the West slope of Boulder Mountain.  There you will fish for Brook Trout, Grayling and Tiger Trout.  You must possess a current Utah fishing license (can purchase a one day license at wildlife.utah.gov)  and bring your own fly-fishing equipment. This is a great way to enjoy the best our mountains have to offer. Make sure to pack a good lunch. Only 8  riders will be allowed each day.  

#63 Info West - Canyon of Gold - Meet at SVC  Monday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
The ride is held on Monday and requires that you trailer your machine 28 miles south to Marysvale City Park. During the ride you will visit the Ghost Town of Bullion and Miners Memorial Park where you will have an opportunity to step back in time to an era when steel was driven by hand and tons of muck was hauled to the mill in search of Gold. You will head on to the top of Alunite Ridge, well above timberline, where we’ll look for Mountain Goats and measure how big the sky is at the top of the mountain. Then it is a downhill run through Cottonwood and back to Marysvale. The ride is 35 miles long with some challenging spots. You do not want to forget your camera or lunch. It is rated Intermediate, allows 30 riders, and machines of all sizes are welcome.

#64 Mussentuchit - Meet at IFA Wednesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This ride is considered to be leisurely and scenic.  There are no size restrictions so come one come all! It is an all-day ride that will run through about 70 miles of high desert. We will be seeing places like Last Chance Desert, Moroni Slope, Horse Heaven Hills, and Solomon’s Temple. It would truly take a book to describe the beauty of this land and its vistas.  The ride is limited to 20 riders and an Intermediate ride. You will need to trailer your machine up Salina Canyon about 50 miles. We will head out from there. Make sure to pack a good lunch and gas. 

#65 Daniels Canyon - Broadhead Lake - Meet at Frontier Village Friday 
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED)
Trailer to Koosharem Reservoir, turn east across the dam, unload and head up Daniels Canyon.This rocky climb to 10,000 ft in elevation will challenge your technical driving abilities and machines suspension! Then you will make your way over to the Broadhead Lakes trail, then drop down to the Sand Ledges and back to your vehicles. This trail is limited to 50” or less machines and is rated as Advanced due to the rocky technical driving sections in Daniels Canyon. It is limited to 20 riders.  

#66 The Ellis Rocks Ride - Meet at IFA Monday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - INTERMEDIATE)
This ride will leave from the Aurora City Park, a small town north of Richfield. You'll head southeast into the hills and spend the day seeing a country once heavily occupied by Native Americans when the area was first settled by pioneers. You'll travel roads and trails that take you past Black Mountain, Mud Springs, the Rocks, with a stop at Rex's Reservoir for a short break to grab a snack. Then you'll head down past Josiah Springs and Squaw Ledge before circling back to Aurora. This ride is rated as Intermediate due to some road traveling and overall length but still has some short sections that border on the Advanced rider levels. This leisurely ride is intended for folks to immerse themselves in an area that was crucial to the survival of the early settlers of the Sevier Valley. This ride is open to 25 riders.   

New #67 Copper Globe Mine Ride - Meet at Frontier Village Tuesday and Thursday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 50” OR LESS - ADVANCED) 
This ride will take you through the desert of the San Rafael Swell​. Our destination is the Copper Globe Mine.  This ride is rated as advanced, due to the trail condition when returning from the mine. There are several steep, rocky stairsteps that must be climbed. Please note: If you lack experience, or are hesitant upon seeing these portions of the trail, SAY SOMETHING to a guide. We have several very experienced guides who are willing to drive your machine over this portion of the trail, or have other methods to make sure you are able to get up these portions of the trail safely. The mine site is located in Emery County, at an elevation of 7,041 feet. It operated from March 1899 all the way to December 1997! You will have to trailer your machine approximately 1 hour from Richfield. You will take Exit 114 off of I-70, then follow the frontage road approximately 1.5 miles to Justensen Flats. We will unload there, and start the ride. The site of the mine has old buildings that were used by the original miners, and lots of other stuff to explore. Along the way, keep your eye open for the wild horses that live in this part of the desert. You might even win a prize if you spot one! This is a nice ride, with lots of beautiful scenery. A large portion of this ride is on maintained county roads. This ride requires you to bring lunch, snacks, lots of drinks and don't forget to bring a camera and some binoculars! Ride is approximately 35-40 miles and will be limited to 25 riders only for both days. If you miss signing up for the Tuesday ride, you can sign up for the Thursday ride!

New  # 68 Midnight Glow Run with Full Drawn Designs – Meet at City Park Thursday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - ADVANCED)
This ride is sponsored by Full Draw Designs of Monroe and will meet at the Richfield City Park at 6:00 pm on Thursday evening.  After introductions and some instruction, we will travel across the Sevier Valley east to Glenwood.  We will make our way up onto Cove Mountain taking a few side trails along the way and stopping occasionally to see if we can get one of the local bull elk to talk back to us.  Then we will make our way to a cabin where we will have hot chocolate and doughnuts before hitting a few more trails in the dark and then returning down the mountain and back to Richfield.. Be sure your machine has plenty of lights and you have lots of warm clothes.  Also, you won’t be watching for cones at the junctions - it’s going to be glow sticks. The ride is for machines of any size and for up to 30 riders  It is Advanced due to most of the ride taking place in the dark.

New # 69 Indian Peak, Legends and Lore - Meet at Fairgrounds Friday
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - BEGINNER)
This ride is on a dirt road and easy trail for any size machine. You will be required to trailer 31 miles to Koosharem. We will travel up the east side of Monroe Mountain where we will take in breathtaking views with frequent stops where local natives Val and Carma Norman will be treating us with legends and lore along the way. Navajo tacos will be served at a nearby cabin. The ride is 25 miles long with stops at Indian Peak, Koosharem Guard Station, Monroe Peak Towers, and Little Monroe Creek. There will be room for 30 riders.

New #70 Director’s Ride Meet at City Park Thursday 
(TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - BEGINNER)
Come spend some time with the Jamboree Directors in one of their favorite places– Fish Lake! We will leave the city park at 11:00 AM and trailer up to Hancock Flat, about 30 miles. We will head over to see two breathtaking overlooks along Mytoge Mountain. The second overlook requires a short hike (about 50 yds round trip) to the amazing view. Afterwards we will head down to the lake and enjoy lunch near the boardwalk where the Kokanee Salmon may possibly be spawning. Lunch will be provided. Open to 25 riders.

New #71 Red Rock Real Estate Poker Run – Meet at Red Rock Real Estate Wednesday
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This Poker Run ride has lunch provided at Monroe Meadows. The ride leaves from Red Rock Real Estate and heads up Cove Mountain past Big Lake. The ride will go through aspen and conifer forests and open meadows with spectacular views of Grass Valley to the East and Sevier Valley to the West. We will then stop for lunch provided by Red Rock Real Estate. The ride will then meander through Monroe Meadows and down Monroe Canyon into the town of Monroe. From there you will ride back to Red Rock Real Estate!

New #72 Big O Tire Ride - Meet at Frontier Village Wednesday
(TRAILER NEEDED, 66” OR LESS - INTERMEDIATE)
Come join the guys from BIg OTire! This ride will take you up Mayfield Canyon on a grand adventure. We will be going up Beaver Creek through the Clear Creek flats,then stopping to take a peek at the historic Mayfield town cabin.  We will be taking our time to see a couple of the beautiful sights on this trail as we travel up twelve mile canyon.  You will need to trailer your machine an hour north of Richfield. This ride is open to 30 riders. We will be stopping along the way to eat your lunch so make sure you pack a good one. 

#86 The Bar 86 Ride - Meet at Bar 86 Wednesday
(NO TRAILER, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - ADVANCED
This Wednesday ride will leave from Bar 86 at 8:30am. While there feel free to fill up your thermos with coffee or get ice. We will leave from the Bar 86 parking lot and head towards the town of Elsinore, then take a trail up the mountain to Church Canyon where lunch will be served, courtesy of Bar 86. After lunch, the real fun begins! We will make our way down the mountain on some of the gnarliest terrain out there.  This ride is approximately 30 miles long and is limited to 20 riders. Only “highly Advanced” riders who are comfortable with extreme mountain terrain should do this ride. Come have the ride of your life. After the ride enjoy using the complimentary wash station while enjoying riders specials on drinks and food at Bar 86!

 New Arborglyphs GPS Ride – Various Locations Any Day of the Week
(NO TRAILER NEEDED, OPEN TO ANY SIZE MACHINE - INTERMEDIATE)
This year’s GPS rides will give riders an opportunity to see trails and areas on every mountain range in Central Utah and along the Paiute Trail.  When riders pick up their registration packets, the GPS information for each of the sites will be included.  This year, riders will be asked to use their GPS to find specific Aspen trees with names or dates etched into them by visitors of the past - turns out the official name for those are Arborglyphs.  Each site will have clues highlighting a portion of the name or date.  This ride is SELF GUIDED so there is no cap on the number of riders who can participate.  It is Intermediate and riders are highly recommended to enjoy the rides in groups rather than on their own.  Be sure to bring along your own GPS and enjoy.





 

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