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Some of the best sights of Southeastern Utah are seen from our OHV Trails. With over 250 miles of off-road trails to explore, grab your gear and come #ridethecorridor 

The Carbon Corridor Trail System

The Carbon Corridor Trail System consists of over 250 miles of OHV, ATV, & Jeep Trails far away from the busy cities and populated areas. Start your off-road adventure by staging at the Carbon County Fairgrounds to enjoy the trails that will take you to Consumers, Helper, Kenilworth, North Springs Shooting Range, Gordon Creek Waterfall, and more!  Want a more exhilarating and advanced ride? Head out towards the Pinnacle Peak area and try your skills at what the locals call “Diff Hanger”. A trail climb for the more advanced riders will have you at the edge of your seat. Enjoy plateaus, amazing canyons, Indian rock art, and even wild horses trotting on the ridgeline of Bruin Point. Whatever OHV experience you are in the mood for, the Carbon Corridor will certainly be a memorable experience.

Carbon Corridor Off Road Map

Carbon County Fairgrounds Motocross Track

Carbon County Moto Track is a premier outdoor motocross track. Its national style design draws racers from around the west. A local promoter, Kenny Kirkwood has made it home to well-known racing from WORCS races, Desert Racing, and USRA races. Stop by and get your practice run’s in at this free to ride track any day of the week but be sure to call the Carbon County Fairgrounds for their maintenance schedule for the best days to ride. (435)636-3702