Piute Pass North

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Moderate

Loop Trail

No width limit

Dirt Trail

Sand Trail

Single Track

50" Vehicle

S x S

Full Size

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There are no facilities nearby. You should get food, fuel etc in Hanksville.
This trail is passable by most OHVs of any width.
This trail is mostly sand with occasional rocky ledges to hop over. Nothing severe and can be done mostly in two wheel drive.
There is a carsonite signage along the trial and a trail kiosk a the parking location.
Coming Closest medical facilities Richfield (111 miles), Price (114 miles), Moab (108 miles). Utah Highway Patrol: Dial 9-1-1. We highly recommend you purchase a Utah Search and Rescue Assistant Card (USARA), learn more: utah.gov/rescue.
NATIONAL PARK SERVICES: General Information: 928.608.6200 Bullfrog Ranger Station: (435) 684.7400 Emergency: (928) 608-6300 Emergency: (800) 582-4351.
Garfield Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue • (435) 676-2678.
Emergencies: Wayne County Sheriff • (435) 836-1308.Soon!
This is a fun trail without much difficulty. It is fun, and slow as it winds in and out of the ledges along the north slope of the Piute Pass ridge.
Lots of twisting and turning and scenic views along this route. You will find occasional diggings of old mines in this area.

It can be fun by itself or use it to extend your ride around Jacobs chair. The eastern exit of Jacobs chair is only a few hundred yards West on the Highway so combining the two trails is easy.

This trails ends back at the Western Parking lot for the Jacobs chair loop.
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