Utah is called the “two-thirds state” because two-thirds of the state is public land. The vast diversity of public land in Utah provides an unrivaled opportunity for responsible motorized access. The U4WDA is committed to working with land managers across the state from the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Utah State Parks to further our mission of responsible public access.
The U4WDA supports many of the efforts of the BLM and works closely with this organization in keeping Utah’s off-highway roads accessible to the public.
The BLM’s website offers information on hundreds of miles of quality off-highway riding opportunities by county within Utah.
Tread Lightly! and its partners lead a national initiative to protect and enhance recreation access and opportunities by promoting buy ativan online blog outdoor ethics to heighten individuals’ sense of good stewardship. Tread Lightly!’s goal is to balance the needs of the people who enjoy outdoor recreation with our need to maintain healthy ecosystems and thriving populations of fish and wildlife.
Specifically here are some educational resources from Tread Lightly! that relate to trails and maps:
- Know How to Read a Map, and You May Stay Alive
- Top 10 Fears of New 4WD Owners
- Use a Check List for Every Outing
- 10 More Tips Your 4WD Instructor Didn’t Tell You
Public Lands Information Center
Public Lands Information Center – Utah’s Public Lands
4×4 Now Utah Trails
4×4 Now Moab Trails
Utah State Parks & Recreation Department Maps
RockyMountainExtreme.com Trail Maps
Adler Publishing 4×4 Guide Books
Utah Trails at TrailDamage.com