The Best Off-Road Trails to Take Your Ford in Utah

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Utah is host to many off-road trails, each providing a unique and exciting experience to the drivers who tackle them. If you’re interested in exploring more of our beautiful state, check out these off-road trails in Utah.

Wasatch Skyline Drive OHV Route

The Wasatch Skyline Drive OHV Route is great if you’re new to off-roading or want a more relaxing drive. The trail is situated near Farmington and is ideal to take between May and October. You can look out for wildlife and take in gorgeous views of the forest here.

Shafer Trail

Shafer Trail in Canyonlands National Park is a 19.2-mile point-to-point trail. With moderate difficulty, the rocky trail offers fun challenges, while you enjoy sights of the park and potential wildlife.

Toquerville Falls

Located around Hurricane, Toquerville Falls is a lovely trail that takes you by a river and wildflowers. Accessible throughout the year, the trail showcases a spectacular waterfall, which is worth stopping by to take a few pictures.

Cathedral Valley OHV Loop Tour

The Cathedral Valley OHV Loop Tour in Capitol Reef National Park offers lots to see, and you can easily spend your entire day driving here. At 71.2 miles, the trail can give you some incredible views of the park.

We at L&L Motor hope you are able to go off-roading in the near future. To find a new Ford vehicle to take you off the beaten path, view our inventory online.

Fall Foliage Road Trips in Utah

fall foliage road trips in Utah

New England does not have the market cornered on pretty autumns. In fact, Utah might be the most beautiful place in the country come fall (and all seasons, let’s be honest). Looking for a place to see the leaves change? Check out one of these fall foliage road trips in Utah this year in your new Ford F-150:

Snowbasin Resort

Head to Ogden Valley for some breathtaking views of the changing trees. While out that way, stay a couple nights at Snowbasin Resort, where you can try some delicious beer and barbecue—and free jazz on Sundays.

Mount Nebo Loop

To see beautiful yellow and orange trees reflected in still water, try out this scenic drive.

Zion National Park

Forget Yellowstone. Zion National Park may be the country’s most amazing national park with beautiful views of red rocks and jagged cliffs. While the landscape is sparser in terms of trees, it still does play host to changing leaves — and the tourists have all left for the summer.

The Alpine Loop

This is by far Utah’s most famous fall foliage loop. Start at American Fork Canyon and head to Provo Canyon on this 20-mile loop.

Contact us here at L&L Motor to schedule your Ford’s seasonal service appointment before the holidays arrive.