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  • A lot of people who travel to the southwest to enjoy our off-roading trails are often amazed at the sheer variety on offer. Most of the time they assume that these trails remain the same for years on end. The truth is that trails are subject to change thanks to the weather. Floods and wind erosion contribute to wearing down of features and some obstacles making it necessary to keep maintaining trails or come up with new ones.

  • When it comes to off-roading trails, Southern Utah has the rest of the country beat. That’s why we at Dixie 4 Wheel Drive love living here. We not only get a chance to design, upgrade and modify rigs but also have the pleasure of watching our clients head out and test them on any of the hundreds of trails right next door.

  • Let’s face it, as an avid off-roader, you sometimes want a trail that challenges you. Sure scenic drives are fine on occasion but they don’t really get your blood pumping.

  • If you’re planning to travel to the southwest to enjoy the trails, you don’t need to restrict yourself to Southern Utah.

    Sure Utah has some of the finest off-roading trails in the country, but if you are looking for new rock crawling opportunities, why not head to Nevada?  

  • There’s no place like southern Utah for off-roaders. If you’re planning a trip to the southwest to get a taste of the trails, you can’t afford to miss out on Sand Hollow State Park. This is a recreational haven for off-roaders, with trails to suit all driving levels from off-roading novices to veterans.

  • It’s no secret that Utah is home to some of the most incredible off-roading trails in the country. We at Dixie 4 Wheel Drive can attest to that. We regularly organize trail rides to get as many people as possible to experience the incredible trails that the southwest has to offer. Many visitors are often surprised that there’s so much variety to choose from- from hardcore trails to more leisurely scenic ones.

  • The beauty of off-roading in Sand Hollow State Park is that you can choose the trail you want to pursue. You can choose between driving on sand, rock crawling or a mixture of both and you’re sure to find a trail that meets your preferences.

  • Hunting season is almost here again and we know you’re chomping at the bit to get to the woods and start hauling in those trophies. Whether you’re hunting elk, deer, moose or birds, you need to have the right equipment ranging from bows, arrows, rifles, and ammo. Camo clothing and camping gear are also some hunting must-haves.

  • For the next trail in our off-road trail spotlight series, we take a look at Front Range.

    This is one of the newer trails at Sand Hollow State Park and it’s only about 3 or so years old. Front Range is quite popular and fills up fast, especially during the winter 4X4 Jamboree but not everyone is cut out for it.

  • Although we live in the southwest, where most of the trails are sandy, we love going on mudding adventures. It’s not that driving on sand isn’t an adventure on its own, it’s just that mudding is awesome, dirty fun. As an off-roader, sometimes you want to drive through some mud and dirt.

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