Piute County to host Sixth Annual “Paiute Trail Jamboree”
About the Rides
Written by Administrator
How it will Work:
Registration for Rides is on a "First Come-First Serve Basis"
Registration Check-In will be held at the Marysvale City Park on Wednesday from 7:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Riders will be invited to the Marysvale City Park at 7:00 am Wednesday through Saturday
Riders who did not do pre-registration can register at 7:00 am on Wednesday
All Riders will be required to sign a liability release/waiver prior to participating in any rides
Please note that rides with 5 or fewer registered participants may be cancelled or combined with other rides. The Jamboree will make every effort to notify you of which rides have been combined with other rides or cancelled
Things to Note:
All trails/roads used by the Jamboree are understood to be two-way. Even on narrow trails, you may meet someone coming on an ATV/UTV from the opposite direction. Watch carefully for oncoming traffic on all roads and trails. Remember the Three K's - Kind, Kourteous & Kareful.
The Jamboree rides will provide direct contact with the elements and place physical demands on both participants and machines. Those with medical conditions or certain other physical limitations should carefully consider those demands. Each participant must be responsible for his/her own health and well-being along the trail. We will never be more than a few hours from the nearest town, but medical assistance is not always available in smaller towns. If you have particular medical or physical limitations, but decide to go anyway, please make your guide aware of your condition.
We emphasize that the ATV trails are not intended for high speed riding but rather for conservative, safe riding. It is necessary that all participants stay with the group, remaining behind the front guide at all times, for the safety and peace of mind of the entire group. ATVs/UTVs must be in good mechanical conditions, tuned up and properly jetted for high altitude endurance rides.
Also, please note that unless otherwise stated in the ride description, you will need to provide your own lunch while on the ride.
Ride Difficulty Definitions:
Beginner: These rides are almost wholly on dirt roads in the Paiute system. Some of the beginner rides may include short moderately steep sections or switchbacks. Intermediate: Intermediate rides generally include some road and ATV trail portions with some steep, rough or challenging trails. A ride may also be intermediate in nature due to its length. Advanced: Advanced rides will generally include portions that are steep, rough, and otherwise difficult to maneuver. In some cases, rides are listed as advanced because of the length of the ride.
A Self guided Ride to the Top of the Tushars will depart at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday.
Friday is Event Day at the City Park and Open Riding Day
All Guided Rides will be Offered on Thursday and Saturday
PRP Seats is Sponsoring the Lunch ride to "Monroe Mounain"
Hoovers is Sponsoring the Couple Ride
Paiute Trail Jamboree
3 Monroe Mountain
This ride is rated intermediate and is approximately 65 miles and allows for 30 machines. We will leave Marysvale City Park going North across Poverty Flats and up Monroe Canyon past Hunts lake and up to Monroe Peak at about 12,000 ft. Then we are off to Manning Meadow Reservoir for a lunch stop. After lunch we will travel down Dry Creek and back to Marysvale City Park.
#4 Adelaide Rendezvous
This ride is rated intermediate and is approximately 95 to 100 miles and allows for 30 machines. We will leave Marysvale City Park going north to Deer Creek up past Silver King Mine down through Old Kimberly Ghost Mining District on to Fish Creek then under Interstate 70 and to Adelaide Campground (Corncreek) for lunch. Then over the Mountain to Monroe across the Flats past Iron Mountain back to Marysvale City Park.
#5 Tip Top
This ride is rated intermediate and is approximately 45-50 miles and allows for 30 machines. We will leave Marysvale City Park going north on 02, then across the whop-t-woos to deer creek on past the silver king mine past Joelott onto Winkler point over look.On a clear day you can see the LDS temple in Manti 100 mile to the north. We pass through upper Kimberly over to Randall’s look-out on Tip Top. We will go past the old silver mines, fish creek meadows onto rose bud creek, over to 013 main trail back up past Winkler point past the silver king mine over to the 01/02 split back down into Marysvale City Park.
#6 Pipeline Trail
This ride is rated Intermediate and is approximately 50 to 60 miles and allows for 30 machines. We leave Marysvale City Park going North to Durkee Springs then over to the Elbow Ranch and to the Pipeline Trail. Over the Pipeline to Forshea Mountain staying on the skyline to Dry Creek down through Thompsonville and back to Marysvale City Park.
#7 Iron Mountain Maze
This ride is rated Beginner and is approximately 30 to 40 mile and allows for 30 machines. We will leave Marysvale City Park over the Sevier River North to Iron Mountain where the more adventurous can take the switchbacks to the top of the mountain and back (This is optional) The ride winds around in the Old Uranium Exploration Days Roads go in all directions after a time ride will go to Hoovers Cafe for a break then on back to Marysvale VIA the Old Railroad grade.
#8 Couples Special
This ride is rated Intermediate and is approximately 45 to 50 miles and allows for 30 machines. We will leave Marysvale City Park going North to Deer Creek up past Timberline crossing the Tushars at about 12000 ft. keeping your eyes on the lookout for Mountain Goats. Down to Big John Flats for Lunch. Leaving there we double back down to Beaver Creek and into Marysvale.
#13 Sparerib Special
This ride is rated Beginner and is approximately 80 to 90 miles and allows for 30 machines. If you like BARBEQUE RIBS this is for you. We leave the park go up Drycreek past Manning Meadow Reservoir over past the Guard Station down past Milos Kitchen to Koosherm (LUNCH ON YOUR OWN) You can order from the menu or just order the RIbs YUM YUM!! After lunch you will return by a different route over the same mountains back to Marysvale.
#16 Cottonwood Loop Mining History
This ride is intermediate and approximately 35 miles and allows for 30 machines. Leaving the park going West up to Revenue Gulch to Miners Park Tour Miners park for a first hand look at History walking tours and Restrooms. From there up the North slope of Cottonwood Canyon spectacular views at 10000 ft down the South slope across highway 89 back through Thompsonville into Marysvale.
#17 60" Special
This ride is rated ADVANCED 60" or less the ride is 70 to 80 miles and allows for 30 machines. We will be leaving Marysvale South past Piute Reservoir cross over highway 89 Down the power lines onto Wades Canyon (WATCH THE SWITCHBACKS) onto Benson Flat over and around Puffer lake to Three Creek and Grizzly Ridge to Big John Flats across the top at 12000 ft on down the main #01 and into Marysvale.
#18 Rock Hound ATV adventures (SELF GUIDED)
This ride is rated Beginner and approximately 15 to 20 miles and allows for 30 machines. This ride will leave Marysvale at 10AM. Leaving the park heading North through Thompsonville, we will stop by the Paiute Petroglyphs and tour the Rock Shop containing most of the rocks from this area.We will provide maps as this is a self-guided ride.