The Fremont Trail ties in the Paiute Trail in Circleville Utah and
travels south to the Tropic Reservoir near Bryce Canyon National Park.
This trail is over 50 miles long and much of it follows along the base
of the remote Mount Dutton. This trail receives less use than the
Paiute trail. Make sure you have a full tank of gas before
starting this trail. Full services are available in Circleville
and Bryce Canyon.
Mount Dutton is our third section of the Fremont ATV
trail we traveled with Polaris Ranger UTV we rented from
Lizzie and Charlie's RV and ATV Park. This will be some of the
most remote trails you will ever ride on.
If anyone has a better video of the Mount Dutton area please let me
Though we went to Utah to ride the Paiute ATV trail, I
really think the Mt Dutton section of the Fremont Trail was my favorite
area. I just loved the way the trail would zigzag around the base
of the mountain. Mount Dutton seams to go one for ever as you
travel down the trail.
This was my first trip on a UTV. I am typically a
dirt bike guy but I have to say I loved the Polaris Ranger Crew. I was
able to navigate while Randy drove us around. I also loved the
ability to talk to my friends instead of just pointing at something like
we do on dirt bikes.
Blind Spring Peak would make a great camping destination. The rock
formations around the mountain are very interesting to people that like
to look at Utah's beautiful landforms. To tell you the truth I
would love to spend the day here just climbing around on the mountain.
First look at Casto Canyon in the Dixie National Forest. Just a
glimpse of what is to come.
Though the rocks are not the bright reds of Casto and Bryce Canyon they
are very beautiful in there own way. This is ATVing
and UTVing at its best. This picture was taken on the 4th of July
and you can see that our Polaris Range tracks are the only ones that
were made all day, this is a remote area. On our way back we did
see a few atvs and a dirt bike.
Having fun with friends along the Fremont Trail for ATVs, UTVs, dirt
bikes and jeeps on our way to