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Posted: 01/22/20 12:08pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

azdryheat wrote:

Plenty of places rent side-by-sides. Those things go anywhere and are loads of fun. Utah is a favorite place for us to take our RZR.

THIS! Every couple years we spend a week riding our ATVs out of Richfield or Maryvale. The scenery is fantastic. The roads/trails are good, the riding is easy - at least our kind of riding, we just pokey along and enjoy the scenery. Try as hard we can we haven't been able to get ourselves lost yet.

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RRTom wrote:

Deb and Ed M wrote:

Yes - you can see plenty from easy walks; and most Nat'l Parks will give you a length in miles if the walk is longer than a few hundred feet. Ed and I invariably have our dogs along, so aren't gone from our vehicle for very long (and that's fine because I have plenty of arthritis to remind me I'm not a "hiker" any more).

If you want to be off the beaten path - there are lots of places that will rent a Jeep Wrangler for offroad tours (there was even a 4X4 road through Arches Nat'l Park) but be prepared to be bounced around a lot.


Thanks. Would a GMC crew cab 4WD pickup be suitable for those areas?


Hell yes! You are good to go!

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One of the most impressive (to me) arches was Mesa Arch in the canyonlands and it is a short, fairly easy hike to it from the parking area.
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