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Going Off-Road? Our Top 5 Side-by-Side Trails

There's plenty of ways to experience the national parks and the vast, beautiful wilderness of the United States. From hiking trails to embarking on guided bus tours that take you deep into the parks, people of all interests and backgrounds can find a way to immerse themselves in the natural world. However, there's nothing quite as thrilling as a UTV ride down a rugged trail through the heart of the badlands.

Looking to go off-roading during your next vacation? At Forever Resorts, we believe that these are five of the best side-by-side trails:

Bryce Canyon Area ATV Trails

ATVs and UTVs are not allowed within the Bryce Canyon National Park boundaries, but there are several trails on the perimeter of the park that still offer incredible glimpses of the famous hoodoos. Stay at The Lodge at Bryce Canyon for the best access to these trails.

Elk Refuge Trail in Wyoming

Wyoming is the kind of place where the wilderness needs to be experienced rather than seen. Allow Scenic Safaris to take you on a guided full-day side-by-side tour along this trail, which will lead into Gros Ventre Valley. It's the best way to see waterfalls, rivers and wildlife.

Great Western Trail

This is the longest side-by-side trail in the west, that spans 4,400 miles and crosses through five different states. From Arizona to Colorado to Utah, this massive trail is a favorite among ATV and UTV enthusiasts.

Broken Arrow Trail in Arizona

This is a challenging loop that is best reserved for the most experienced off-road riders. It is located near Sedona, Arizona and offers unparalleled views of the region's red sandstone formations.

Coral Pink Sand Dunes Trails

Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park in Utah feels like a park from another planet. Side-by-side riders love to cruise up and down the pink dunes. Staying at Parry Lodge gives you easy access to this unique destination.

Whether you are an experienced UTV driver or you are a novice looking to experience this way of life for the first time, you can find a side-by-side trail that is right for you. For more information on ATV and UTV trails that are located within or near some of the most popular national parks in the country, contact us at Forever Resorts today.


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