Most Trails will accommodate any size OHV, some are 66 inch and even fewer are 50 inch. There are Mountains, Lakes and Wildlife to enjoy. There are at least 3 ATV Rallies - one in September by Arapeen OHV Jamboree, and one in July and another in September by Manti Mountain ATV Run, each year. This app will allow you to find your own way, if you do not get on a guided ride at one of the Rallies. Or, of course, you can come anytime you like, and are not restricted to July or September. The weather is an issue, due to the altitude, so be sure an check trail conditions before you come. The typical season is July through Mid-October. Stay on the approved Trails, do not make new ones. There are around 600 miles of existing trails.
The App has a Back-Track feature, when switched on in Preferences, it draws a Gray trail behind you as you travel that you can follow back out, the way you came in.
50 and 66 inch trails are dashed and noted in the App. Trails are color coded as to difficulty, but should not be relied upon, as one days weather can change its difficulty, and, vehicle, and abilities of the driver also play a part. Do not go forward on any trail you would not want to go back over. Keep the Trails clean, if you bring it in, take it out.
While in Utah, there are many trail systems up and down highway 89, and in places like Moab. Most have annual rallies. Here are a few in order during a given year. Kanab, Moab, Beaver, Vernal, Fillmore City, Marysvale, Panguitch, Arapeen and Mani of course, Sevier County, Hurricane and Ticaboo. With the many National Parks, go and stay a while, you wont be disappointed.