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Post by Kevin on Thu Apr 16, 2015 12:46 pm

Got this email today:

SUGGESTED 1-DAY RIDES ON THE ARAPEEN TRAIL:

Skyline Potter’s Ponds Difficulty: Easy Miles: 55 (July-Oct)
Trailhead: Mt. Pleasant, Fairview, or Spring City. This OHV trail passes Huntington Reservoir, Miller Flat Reservoir, and Potter’s Ponds before looping back along Skyline Drive. A great OHV ride if you like to fish along the way.

Horseshoe Mountain Summit Difficulty: Moderate Miles: 43 (July-Oct)
Trailhead: Ephraim. This OHV route passes Horseshoe Mountain along Skyline Drive and descends the eastern side of the plateau past Grassy Lake. Soupbowl and Pete’s Hole Reservoirs are nearby.

Patton Trail Duck Fork Difficulty: Moderate Miles: 27-37 (June-Oct)
Trailhead: Manti. The lower route rides Middle and North Fork Canyons, while the higher route loops by Cove and Duck Fork Reservoirs. Parts of this OHV trail have a 50" width restriction.

Beaver Creek Henningson Difficulty: Moderate Miles: 33-38 (July-Oct)
Trailhead: Mayfield. This loop OHV ride heads up the Beaver Creek Road and connects with Skyline Drive at Gunnison Valley. There are several lakes in the area if you like to fish. The route heads north and returns to Mayfield via 12-Mile Canyon Road.
SUGGESTED MULTIPLE-DAY OHV RIDES:

Skyline Loop 2-Day Ride Difficulty: Moderate Miles: 121 (July-Oct)
This OHV route begins in Mt. Pleasant, overnights in Ephraim, and then returns to Mt. Pleasant. Contact the Forest Service before booking motels to verify Skyline Drive is open. (435) 283- 4151
I hope you can come and ride this summer! If you have any questions please give me a call or send me an email. If you need another paper map of the Arapeen, please reply and let me know.

Kevin Christensen
Sanpete County, UT
435-835-4321
Kevin@sanpete.com

I've been meaning to get in there and check out some of these and never have. Has anybody been in there?

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Re: Arapeen OHV trails?

Post by dutchman on Thu Apr 16, 2015 1:57 pm

I've not been on any of these. We we passed the sign for Skyline drive on the way to The Swell, I was tempted to pull off.

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Post by Kevin on Mon May 18, 2015 3:25 pm

Awesome. When can Andrew come out and play again?

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Post by Ty on Tue May 19, 2015 3:52 am

I suggested these to Brady for a Q3 trail run.

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