Rockwood Trail

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Easy

Loop Trail

No width limit

Dirt Trail

Sand Trail

Single Track

50" Vehicle

S x S

Full Size

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Trail head starts on 300 North and College Avenue in Richfield. Ample trailer parking and Information Kiosk at the Trailhead. Street Legal is not required for this trail although you do travel about 500 yards on paved road. Richfield has 17 motels, a KOA campground, 27 restaurants, 4 Grocery Stores and 17 Gas Stations to choose from.
This trail is open to all off road vehicles.. There are no width restrictions.
The route is mostly compacted dirt with some graded gravel.
Piute Trail System Route Markers on carsonite posts. The trail is well marked Traveling mostly on Piute 01.
Closest medical facilities Sevier Valley Hospital, Richfield: (435) 893-4100.
Utah Highway Patrol: Dial 9-1-1.
Fishlake National Forest Contact: (435) 896-9233.
Sevier County Sheriff: (435) 896-2660.
We highly recommend you purchase a Utah Search and Rescue Assistant Card (USARA), learn more: utah.gov/rescue.
The Rockwood Loop Trail is a mountain loop trail that climbs 6000 feet above the valley floor at Richfield. The assent to the tops of the Pavant Mountain Range then circles around Indian Peak and 9400 foot Joseph Peak. The route resembles a figure 8 crossing the same path for a short distance in the middle of the ride. The loop mileage is just a hair over 50 miles and will take the better part of 6 hours to navigate.

The terrain starts on graded county roads and climbs into the forest service road system. The Forest Service trails are mostly level, compacted dirt routes that narrow to one lane. There are no width restrictions on this trail, but our recommendation is for travel with a shorter wheel based high clearance vehicles. So keep those “low rider’ club cabs at home. The travel is primarily in the Fishlake National Forest so be sure to check on specific travel and camping regulations on their website: fs.usda.gov/fishlake. Be sure to download this trail as it crosses dozens of other routes and without the assist, you could spend all day trying to make your way back to the starting point.
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