How to Off-Road Responsibly
Off-roading is one of the most popular activities in Ramblers, with numerous trails and events like the ATV Jamboree bringing in off-road enthusiasts. There’s nothing like exploring the beauty of Beaver County from the OHV/ATV trails. Off-road responsibly by following these tips from VisitUtah.com.
Proper Registration: Certain permits and registration can be required for OHVs, ATVs, UTVs, OHMs, and snowmobiles in Utah. Non-residents who bring their vehicles with them need to be aware of necessary permits.
Know Before You Go: “Utah’s mountains and deserts are fragile, remote and often adjacent to private land, so it is important to heed all rules and restrictions in order to protect yourself and the landscape.” While there are many designated off-roading areas and trails, places like national parks often do not allow off-roading.
Before heading out for your OHV excursion, make sure you check in with state and local organizations to understand all applicable rules and restrictions.